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 leather jacket was made in the late 1930s-early 1940s. It is made from capeskin leather in an aviator style, with an offset zipper, handwarmer pockets and large map pocket. It has a half-belt back with yoked shoulders and a center pleat. The lining appears to be a replacement.
This vintage leather jacket was made in the mid 1930s. It is made from heavy leather, with an incredible grain to many of the panels.With such heavy wear and differences panel to panel, it’s hard to make a definitive asdessment of the leather, Panels like the back feel distinctly horsehide, but some of the grainier ones remind me more of a heavy buckskin. Either way, phenominal grain and patina. It is an early style Cossack jacket, with a leather waistband and short rounded collar. The front of the jacket has some rare detailing, with yoked shoulders leading to a vertical front seam. It has handwarmer pockets with flapped top entry pockets. The handwarmers close with large early production United Carr snaps of a variant I have never seen before. They are trimmed with scalloped stitching. The main zipper is an early (mid 1930s) sunburst stop box Talon which has been repaired at some point with a 1950s slider. The zipper needs to be replaced. The back is yoked, with a half-belt, center seam and decorative pleats. There are stitched eyelets to the underarm panels. The jacket is missing the lining.
This vintage leather jacket was made in the mid 1930s by Alaskan from genuine front quarter horse-hide. It has a pin-lock grommet zipper made by Talon. The jacket has a half-belt, a yoked back and really nicely detailed pleats, which mirror the detailing on the pockets. There are side adjusters and cuffs with double buttons.
This jacket was made by Ralph Lauren under the Polo label. It was part of their Sun Valley collection. The jacket is based on 1930s wool work jackets, with a fold-out vest/chest protector, buttoned throat latch, half-belt back, low slung buttoned side adjusters, buckled cuff belts, and a zipped breast pocket. The main zipper is a bell-shaped Talon repro.
This vintage shirt was made around 1936-1938 by Woolrich. It is made from red and black plaid wool from the Woolrich Woolen Mills of Woolrich, PA and has an unusual full zipper design with a single buttonhole on the tails. The zipper is a Talon, with sunburst stopbox, oval slider-to-pull connector and sunburst slider. In typical workshirt form, this has two buttoned breast pockets.
This vintage leather jacket was made in the early 1950s. It is made of Front Quarter Horsehide, in a classic motorcycle jacket cut, with an offset zipper, cigarette pocket, handwarmer pockets, epaulettes, belted waist and chest pocket. The main zipper is a Talon, of an design used in the early 1950s with a U shaped, wide rib, unmarked stopbox and square holed slider. The bell shaped zips on the sleeves are unmarked. The chest pocket zip has an enamel Triumph Twin badge and the front of the jacket has an American Motorcyclist Association enamel pin. The epaulettes have star studs and the jacket has bi-swing shoulders. The back panel has developed an amazing grain. The jacket has a quilted lining.
This vintage hunting coat was made in the mid 1940s. It is an unusual design, cut short, with a three button front, and a zipper front. The zipper is a Talon of a design used immediately after WWII. The back has flaps to access the internal game pouch and the back of the coat is lined with a salt and pepper type material, as are the pocket flaps.
This vintage hunting jacket was made in the 1930s for Montgomery Ward under their Western Field label. It is made of lightweight canvas, with a corduroy collar, reinforced shoulders, handwarmer pockets, large cargo pockets, game pouch and breast pocket with an early style ring Talon zipper. Re-listed due to non-paying bidder.