British WWI Pattern Cuff Rank Officer Tunic

British WWI Pattern Cuff Rank Officer Tunic
WPG has recreated the early pattern officer tunic with rank on the cuffs.
 
Our PriceUS$ 245.00
Code205496000
Stock77
Weight1.25
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Our tunics are made in medium weight wool barathea and come with bright brass KC General Service buttons.  This pattern has a sewn on cloth belt with no buckle and a watch pocket under the belt. We supply a pair of cuff rank patches and enough braid to do any rank.  You must have the sleeves adjusted to fit, then have the appropriate rank braid sewn on.  Order rank stars and crowns separately.

 Currently we are offering only a medium length, which should accomodate heights from 5'7" to 6'.

We are not offering matching trousers with this tunic.  Bedford cord officer breeches and riding boots will be available soon.
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