This vintage jacket was made in the 1930s from Pendleton Woolen Mills Indian blankets. It is single breasted, with breast pockets, caramel colored buttons a long collar and hook and eye throat closure. It has lined shoulders and finished seams.
Chest (pit to pit): 23″ (doubled = 46″)
Shoulder to shoulder: 19-1/2″
Sleeve (Shoulder to cuff): 25″
Length (Base of collar to hem): 29-1/2″
This vintage overcoat was made in the mid 1930s by Joseph H. Cohen & Sons of 71 5th Avenue, New York City, under their “Vanity Clothes” label. The coat is double breasted, with a 4×6 button stance and breast pocket. It has razor sharp peak lapels and a plain back. The coat is half lined in blue and black swastika / whirling logs silk brocade. This type of Native American / Indian pattern was popular pre-war. The lining at the bottom has a larger version of the pattern than the upper panels. The original owner’s name, G.S. Norton, is written on a tag underneath the lining. The breast pocket has a handkerchief with an American Eagle embroidered, “mother”,
Chest (pit to pit): 22″ (doubled = 44″)
Shoulder to shoulder: 18-1/2″
Sleeve (shoulder to cuff): 25-1/2″
Length (Base of collar to hem): 47″
This vintage vest was made in New Mexico from Chimayo indian blanket / rug fabric. It was tailored and sold by Pioneer wear. the vest has a denim back with a western style yoke and is fully lined. There are stitch marks from what appears to have been a larger label behind the Pioneer Wear one,. Unlike many of these square bottomed Chimayo vests, this one has buttonholes instead of loops.
Chest (pit to pit): 21-1/2″ (doubled = 43″)
This vintage jacket is made of teepee and geometric patterned blanket material, in a bomber jacket cut. It has a zip front and knit cuffs and waistband. The blanket material is tagged as an 85% wool, 15% cotton bled. the jacket is unlined, and the main zipper is a YKK brand.
Chest (pit to pit):26″ (doubled = 52″)
Shoulder to shoulder: 22″
Sleeve (shoulder to end of cuff): 21″
Length (base of collar to end of knit): 27″
These vintage buckskin pants were made in the 1930s, or possibly earlier. They were used by the Western Costume Company of Hollywood California in western movies starting in the 1930s. They are made of buckskin leather, rough side out, with fronge running the length of the outseam. They have one pocket, on the right seam, have a button fly and belt loops. There is a stain on the right leg and on the pocket bag. The main tag has them marked as a size 32×32, but they have been taken in and shortened over the decades, as these were used in countless movies. The main tag has number 38-23_5-2. If the illegible number is a 4, that number, 2345 was the production number for 1936’s The Last of the Mohicans, starring Randolph Scott, in which he wore an identical looking pair of buckskin pants, and in which other characters wore many fringed buckskin costume pieces.
This vintage vest was made by Pendleton woolen mills of Portland, Oregon, out of one of their famous blankets. The tag reads ” High Grade Westernwear”. It has a black background with shades of green, red, purple and brown. The buttons are southwestern sunbeam patterned. It seems to run a bit small from the 38 size tag, please refer to the measurements provided.