This vintage hunting coat was made in the mid 1940s. It is an unusual design, cut short, with a three button front, and a zipper front. The zipper is a Talon of a design used immediately after WWII. The back has flaps to access the internal game pouch and the back of the coat is lined with a salt and pepper type material, as are the pocket flaps.
This vintage mackinaw was made in the late 1930s-early 1940s for Penneys and was sold under their Sportclad label. It is a blue-green and brown plaid, with a belt back, double breasted cut, has handwarmer and flapped cargo pockets, and as typical of these early coats, is unlined.
This vintage vest was made in the early part of the 20th century from a mustard colored corduroy, with a buckle back, four pocket front, piped edges and lapels. At some point it found its way into Hollywood wardrobe. The plaid overcheck of the corduroy looks to have been airbrushed on at that point in its life. This was used in various westerns over the years, and remained in Warner Brothers’s costume house until fairly recently, as evidenced by their modern style label with bar code.
This vintage coat was made in the 1970s by Zero King. It follows the lines of a 1920s mackinaw, with a shawl collar, double breasted closure, handwarmer pockets and flapped cargo pockets. It has a pile lining.
This vintage coat was made in the 1930s. It is a single breasted mackinaw, with handwarmer pockets and flapped cargo pockets. It has a convertible roll collar. This style was generally called a “stag coat” at the time. It has an interior wind flap and a double thick front. At some point,it was re-lined with a heavy cotton lining, but it would have originally been made un-lined.