Indian Army Khaki Sweater with Pockets and Epaulets

Indian Army Khaki Sweater with Pockets and Epaulets
This is the sweater immortalized in the WWII cartoon series "The Two Types." A heavy weight all wool sweater popular with British officers on the Northwest Frontier, it was worn in the Western Desert in WWII as a sign that the wearer had "been there," as opposed to being fresh from Blighty.  Two front chest pockets, epaulets for wearing rank slides, cotton elbow patches.
 
Our PriceUS$ 35.00
Retail PriceUS$ 45.00
Code203558000
Stock394
Weight1
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