Hollyvogue deer necktie

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This vintage necktie was made in California in the late 1940s-early 1950s by Hollyvogue and was sold at Gold & Co in Lincoln, Nebraska. It is red, white and blue with an abstracted pattern of foliage and deer. It measures 4-1/2″ wide and 53″ long.

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WWI army pullover shirt

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This is a WWI army shirt. It is a pullover style, with two large breast pockets, a three button front, and elbow reinforcements. The tails are gusseted.

Chest (pit to pit): 22″
Shoulder to shoulder: 17″
Sleeve (shoulder to cuff): 22″
Length: 30″
Collar: 14″

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WB Place Deerskin Leather Jacket

 

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This vintage deerskin jacket was made by the W.B. Place company of Hartford, Wisconsin.  They were tanners- you sent them a deerskin, they tanned it and tailored it into a jacket or gloves.  This jacket has a classic design for this kind of leather, very outdoorsy, with a western yoked front and back, contrast leather stitching and fringe.  There are issues with the finish of the jacket, which seem more to do with the quality of the original tanning job than with wear.  There is wear just above the cuffs, where the owner rolled the sleeves under to shorten them.Chest: 23″Shoulder to Shoulder: 19″Sleeve: 25″    Photobucket

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