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Mens Clothing147 of 206Kitzingen, Germany 1959 - 1960 souvenir coat ?Embroidered USMC Tour Jacket c. 1946
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Posted 3 years ago

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Chuckd
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Hello,

Looking for a little info on this jacket if anyone can help. I have had this jacket for about 20 years. I am pretty sure that my Uncle or Dad might have givin it to me. I have looked all over the internet and have found nothing about this kind of jacket.

It is a Levi reversible jacket. One side is leather and the other side suede. It has matching belt also and brown Levi tab. It also has Talon zippers. The only tag i can find reads: Leather clean only By suede and leather experts. Send or bring to leathercraft process of America, 54 west 56th street, New York, New York, 10010

Any info would be great on year, storage, and value.
Thanks!!

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  1. vintagemad vintagemad, 3 years ago
    I cant tell from the picture but is the e in Levis capital? If so nice nice jacket! The jacket looks like its in great condition but if you want to clean it I would bring it to a cleaner that deals with leather as the tag says. As far as storage if the jacket is heavy I would not keep it on a hanger. LEVI'S with a capital E bring good money or at least the denim I would guess if you had it on eBay it would sell for $175-$250 maybe even more.
  2. chuckd, 3 years ago
    Thanks! Yes, all the letters are capitalized. The jacket is like new. Its not really that heavy, would you store it folded in a box?
  3. vintagemad vintagemad, 3 years ago
    Well I would wear it LOL! but if its not all that heavy then I would hang it in a garment bag otherwise get a large enough box that would fit the jacket unfolded and some acid free liner or tissue paper.

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