This vintage western jacket was made in the late 1950s by the Herman K. Lavin Company of St. Paul, Minnesota under the Land-N-Lakes label. The jacket is made from a blend of Wool, Nylon and Cashmere in an attractive muted plaid. The jacket has peak lapels, and fancy western yokes front and back. It has bi-swing shoulder.
This vest was made by the J. Peterman Co. of Lexington, Kentucky, based on hunting vests of the 1930s. It has the distinctive “half-moon” opening on the front of the vest to the internal game pouch, as well as unusual pockets with the front stitched to keep everything secure even when moving vigorously.
This vintage coat was made in the 1940s-1950s by the Hudson’s Bay Company from their Hudson’s Bay Point blankets. This one is made in the rare brown on brown color scheme, with the black and red being more common in that era. It is double breasted, with a belted waist and a half-lining.
This vintage coat was made by KACO- Smart Clothes – Made Right in the 1920s. It has an incredible zig zag brown weave to the fabric, a relatively square cut with a double breasted closure, low set lazy peak lapels and a breast pocket. It is half-lined with a vertical inside pocket.
This vintage jacket was made in the early-mid 1950s under the Windward label for Montgomery Ward. It is made of horse hide leather in a surcoat length half-belt cut. It has handwarmer pockets, a zipped breast pocket and flapped cargo pockets. The jacket has a quilted lining.
This vintage jacket was made in the early 1950s. It is made from brown horsehide leather with a Talon zipper. It has elasticized sides, a front and back yoke, an angled chest zip and handwarmer and snapped cargo pockets.
This vintage mackinaw coat was made in the 1930s by Double Duty. It is double breasted, with handwarmer pockets, flapped cargo pockets and a belted back. As was common of work coats of this period, it is unlined.