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1st British Division Major's airtex bush jacket, WWII

Article about: What follows is an airtex bush jacket, possibly tailor made (no evidences of tag or ink stamp markings) badged to a major of the 1st Division, with worsted cloth rank crowns and cloth 1st di

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    Default 1st British Division Major's airtex bush jacket, WWII

    What follows is an airtex bush jacket, possibly tailor made (no evidences of tag or ink stamp markings) badged to a major of the 1st Division, with worsted cloth rank crowns and cloth 1st division insignia. Please take notice of the chocolate brown plastic dished bachelors buttons... What's your advise, gentlemen?
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    Default Re: 1st British Division Major's airtex bush jacket, WWII

    The dished buttons are revolving shank buttons from a BD blouse or trousers and are of the WWII pattern.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Quote by Jerry B View Post
    The dished buttons are revolving shank buttons from a BD blouse or trousers and are of the WWII pattern.
    Jerry, you mean the Denim BD blouse of course... what puzzles me is that the bush jacket is provided with revolving shank buttons, which are easy to remove in case of frequent washings, but the insignia are sewn and not attached by snap fasteners....

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    Default Re: 1st British Division Major's airtex bush jacket, WWII

    You do see sewn on insignia on this type of item in spite of the logic of using poppers, it happened, why is hard to say in specific circumstances, lack of poppers etc... Of course it might have been restored post war.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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