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James Oviatt designed this model of short jacket in the early 1930s, and sold versions of it at his stores until the '50s. The jackets were made in England of English wool. They were marketed primarily to golfers.
The jacket pictured above is probably from 1940 or so. Below are two more jackets, both from the mid to late '30s.
Marc Chevalier |
January 18, 2009 at 09:13 PM