This vintage jacket was made in the late 1930s-early 1940s. It is made from brown capeskin leather in the aviator style so popular in that time period. It has an offset zipper, broad lapels and collar, handwarmer pockets, a zipped breast pocket and zipped map pocket. It has a half-belt back. The main zipper is an early Crown, with a square topped stopbox and teeth very similar to a Talon (pre-chevron teeth, pre-two way teeth). The back is painted with nose art close to a Disney/Roald Dahl gremlin, with horned flight helmet and parachute harness, but with a pointy mosquito or bird nose. The lining is missing.
This vintage mackinaw was made in the 1940s for a US army officer. It has a shawl collar, is double breasted, and belted. This one has seen a lot of wear, though it’s hard to know whether it was during the war or post-war, as these were popular as surplus as workwear.
This vintage coat is an M1909, made by Mats Larsson for the Swedish army. It is made of heavyweight canvas with a sheepskin lining and collar. It has canvas tabs for the buttons, large saddlebag pockets with three button closure, and a section of quilted lining at the elbows.