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British Denison smocks

Article about: Hi, Recon 3690 has this totally wrong and will confuse members. The Denisons issued were, as I classify them: A. 1st Pattern, one piece front and back, knitted wool cuffs, 2 varients with th

  1. #101

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    The vrry first version of the 59 pattern had the same colours/camo as the 54 version.
    I dont like looking at off site images too much as they often have spam attached, post pics direct to the site and I'll have another look at it.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Default 1954 or 1959

    Jolly good. Early 1959 still had 1954 pattern, but also full zip and nickel poppers. If this is the case it leaves little doubt I presume. Thank you. One picture of 28 attached here, the rest I won't bother. No spam in Dropbox.British Denison smocks

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    Quote by ARTE ET MARTE View Post
    Hi,
    Recon 3690 has this totally wrong and will confuse members.
    The Denisons issued were, as I classify them:

    A. 1st Pattern, one piece front and back, knitted wool cuffs, 2 varients with the camo pattern, "painted" and printed. Issued 1942.
    B. 2nd Pattern, 2 piece front and back, no knitted cuff, printed pattern. Issued 1944.
    D. 3rd Pattern, 2 piece front and back, knitted cuff. Short zip. ( the first illustrated is this pattern, most are dated 1956 and made by George Davies and Co Manchester)
    E. 1959 Pattern, Full length zip, knitted cuffs, 3 or 4 distinct Camo patterns. ( The second 2 shown are 59 patterns )
    F. DPM pattern Camo smock.

    thanks, Liam.
    Hi
    So all half zip Ds are post war?

    cheers

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    Any thoughts on this label ?

    cheers
    Click to enlarge the picture Click to enlarge the picture British Denison smocks  

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    This label look good ?
    cheers

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