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Australian WW2 Manufacturers Serial Numbers

Article about: Hi & welcome to the forum! Thanks for the input. Love the A2! Cheers, Ade.

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    Love it, I've never owned a Western Australian made item from WW2!
    Very Rare maker I'd have to say
    Regards
    René

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    I did see that one Luke, A bit rich for me to.
    But I must admit I would pay a few extra bucks to have one in my collection that's for sure. It's the single piece of outer clothing I need in my collection.
    Plenty of 1950's double breasted one's about but not to many singles.
    Yours is Mickey Mouse I reckon mate.

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    Assorted Collection
    First one is a sidecap
    Second is a Blanket
    The q84 is my raaf trench coat
    the rest are tunics
    the last 4 are sidecaps
    Once my wife returns my camera ill take clearer shots.
    I try to collect the V's as everyone knows victoria stuff is just naturally better ..

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    Michael are you still taking your photo's in a dark cave using only a head lantern that the battery is about to die in for a light source?? LOL


    What is the 5th picture down? Looks quite interesting

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    Sorry meant 6th down mate

  5. #115

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    G'day fellas,
    Two pair of service boots, one anti-static and one general issue non cleated.

    Anti-Static pair V874.
    Oliver boots are made in Ballarat and have been since 1877.

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    This pair of boots have two S codes, issued mismatched as they seem to be a pair?
    S307 and S311. Could be the same maker? Rossi boots have been made in SA since the 1910 I believe so at least one of the codes could be this manufacturer.


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    I have asked Tassies Blundstone rep to have an ask around their head office in Hobart to see if she can locate their T code. She is not optimistic but worth a crack.

    The quest continues.

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    I'll whack in the code tag pic from Evilbay, not a maker that I have.
    Regards
    René

  9. #119

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    Thanks rene im on the iphone otherwise i would of done it !!

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    Just noticed this British majors tunic for the RE, made by M TX and for sale.
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    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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