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1950's Canadian Corps of Signals Tunic

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    Default 1950's Canadian Corps of Signals Tunic

    Just picked this up today. It is an interesting tunic, custom made. What makes it interesting to me is the cuffs. I have always thought that this particular style was with WW1 tunics? Also, there are small brass buttons around inside the collar. I have no idea what these are for -any one have an idea?
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    Default Re: 1950's Canadian Corps of Signals Tunic

    Hi, nice tunic.

    The brass studs in the collar are to hold a white collar liner in place.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Default Re: 1950's Canadian Corps of Signals Tunic

    nice tunic !

    Frenchy

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