Korean War Pritzker G-1 flight jacket

http://www.ebay.com/itm/271516989424
This vintage, Korean War issue G-1 USN leather flight jacket was made in Boston in the 1950s by the A Pritzker company. It is made of goatskin, with a belted back, bi-swing shoulders, underarm gussets and a mouton collar. The zipper is a Conmar, though the slider has been replaced with a newer Talon. There are stitch marks from the original owner’s nametag and a large patch on the chest. The original owner also added a map of Japan lining panel, having the original Pritzker tag re-sewn on the new panel.
Pit to pit: 22-1/2″ (doubled = 45″)
Shoulder to shoulder: 19″
Sleeve: 25″
Length: 25″

 photo IMG_0003-3.jpg

 photo IMG_0005-8.jpg

 photo IMG_0009-2.jpg

 photo IMG_0010-8.jpg

 photo IMG_0014-5.jpg

 photo IMG_0015-3.jpg

 photo IMG_0018-6.jpg

 photo IMG_0019-4.jpg

 photo IMG_0020-3.jpg

 photo IMG_0021-6.jpg

 photo IMG_0022-4.jpg

 photo IMG_0023-4.jpg

 photo IMG_0024-3.jpg

 photo IMG_0025-2.jpg

 photo IMG_0026-3.jpg

1970s Trumpeter D-Pocket leather jacket

http://www.ebay.com/itm/281350988381
This vintage leather jacket was made in Spain in the 1970s and was sold under the Trumpeter label. It has a broad coat style collar, front and back yokes, side button waist adjuster tabs, patch pockets and a zipped D-pocket. The yokes give the jacket a bit of western flair, while the style of D-pocket and the pointed patch pockets are a stylistic quote from Cossack and Aviator jackets of the mid 1930s.
The jacket is tagged a size 42, but with a 42″ chest, would best fit a size 40.

Chest (pit to pit): 21″ (doubled = 42″)
Shoulder to shoulder: 18″
Sleeve (shoulder to cuff): 24″
Length (base of collar to hem): 24″

 photo IMG_0004-5.jpg

 photo IMG_0005-7.jpg

 photo IMG_0010-6.jpg

 photo IMG_0012-3.jpg

 photo IMG_0013-5.jpg

 photo IMG_0014-4.jpg

 photo IMG_0016-3.jpg