This vintage jacket was sold by Eatons as part of the Eatonia line, probably in the late 1950s. It is an unvented, four button double breasted style, with patch pockets. The breast pocket is emblazoned with a “Nova Scotia” patch. It is half lined and has contrast buttons.
This vintage blue blazer was made by Savile Row in 1957. It sold to Donald Baldwin of Rubenstein Clothing. It is made of “Queensbury superfine worsted” wool. It is a two button style, is unvented and has a flapped ticket pocket.
The traditional blue blazer, it doesn’t get much more classic or more versatile. This one dates from the 1950s and is made of an english flannel. It has pearloid buttons and is marked “Robin Hood”, who as we all know, was famous for his double breasted flannel sportcoats.