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 coat was made by Fit reform from “Elysian” British wool fabric in the 1930s. The fabric has the most incredible pattern and texture. The buttons need to be re-stitched, the middle one is loose, the top and bottom buttons are not shanked and are too tight against the fabric to button easily. It is single breasted, with handwarmer pockets and raglan shoulders.