Another of my recent purchases, a Pattern 1902, 5th modification other ranks tunic - also known as the pattern 1922. Generally the tunic is in very good condition, although for whatever reason, both epaulettes had at some time been removed. Whoever replaced them did so with a pair of poor substitutes, and they weren't even positioned correctly! The makers label is missing. These don't fall out, and have to be deliberately removed. This could have been for either of two reasons. The first being that it is a post-WW2 tunic, which I don't think it is. Or someone may have tried to pass it off as a much older tunic, not everyone is aware of the differences between the WW1 pattern and the post WW1 pattern! I have replaced the epaulettes with a pair which is more in keeping with this style of tunic. The Buffs titles were already on. The intention is to re-badge the epaulettes to the East Lancashire's and use the tunic on a mannequin - along with a selection of WW1 items at the book launch of the Pte Smallshaw (Accrington Pals) book next year.