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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: Issued, heavy, post-1940 pattern, field-grey woolblend construction, double breasted style, full length, greatcoat with a field-greywool blend lay down collar. The greatcoat features dual, vertical, parallel,rows of six front closure buttons with corresponding button holes on the leftfront panel, and a single button hole on the right front panel. The greatcoatalso has a single metal hook and eye at the neckline. Buttons are a combinationlook to be all replaced. Original slip on shoulder strap loops are stillpresent. There is all so a second set of thread loops hand stitched on for theattachment of officers boards. Nice size & issue markings. Shows theexpected age, period use and wear. A few small hand stitched repairs. Roughly a36\" chest.
The bottom of each greatcoat is cut raw without any hem, so that all the greatcoats can be cut at the same height from the ground. Sold with its regular guard buttons (an eagle with a thunderbolt in the background) or even artillery guard if specified. You can adjust the length of the sleeve thanks to the flap cuffs. The indicated price does not include stripes of grade or seniority. You can buy it with or without buttons of imperial guard. We have some XL sizes on stock, other sizes can be done within one to 2 months. XL size of coat is adapted to be used on a tight jacket. To be clearer if you real size is XL, you can wear your jacket and put the caot on it.
Set in 1952 in Yorkshire, a young couple move into a rented flat. Philip is the new, young doctor while his new wife Isabel struggles with the isolated life with no friends or family and Philip's frequent absence due to the demands of his job. Things take a turn to the spooky when, waking from under the warmth of the old greatcoat Isabel finds in the flat, she hears a tapping at the window and finds there an RAF pilot, Alec, who appears to know Isabel intimately.
Oh You Handsome Devils...MP3:1. Helen Wheels (McCartney) (3:36)2. Girl From The Isle of Wight (Humber) - (one of their own songs) (3:51)3. Hide Away Girl (P. Sanders) - (another one) (4:01)4. Flyin' High (D.Chandler) - (the drummer wrote this - the Derek Smalls of the band it seems ;-) NEVER let the drummer write songs!) (6:17)5. Hey Tonight (Foggerty) (3:48)I dunno what it was about the Seventies. maybe it was to do with being there as an awkward teenager, but it does seem to have been the decade when Average Geezerdom was monumentally unappealing. But I had lank hair, a greatcoat and The Yes Album back then so shouldn't talk.This lot, were the summer season band at Pontins in Camber Sands in the early seventies apparently. This is a self produced effort, presumably to sell at gigs etc.It turned up in a Streatham charity shop in the eighties and of course I had to buy it. Not to play you understand; though they are a perfectly competent covers band of their time, but for the brilliant cover.For me the cover image has a horrible fascination. It's unashamedly what it is, a bunch of average geezers seemingly picked at random from some pub or other in some suburb or other plonked next to a canal, in freshly laundered trousers...So why does that provoke even the smallest degree of fascination I think it's the otherness of it. On one level it's perfect for who they are and what they are doing, I mean, you gotta say it's unpretentious, and you know pretty much what you are getting, but on another level it's just so BAAAAD! And not in the Isaac Hayes sense. The question \"What is it that we are trying to convey in this picture\" doesn't seem to have been asked. Not that that in itself is particularly surprising, it's just that it's the kind of thing that has anyone of a Graphic Design persuasion banging their heads on the table...I bet they never thought, when they were having the photo taken, that in fifteen years time, a bunch of stoned art students would spend significant amounts of time sniggering at their trousers...The back cover has a profile of each of them and a list of their likes and dislikes. . great stuff. I'd give a lot for photo of \"Deaf Cuckoo\"...The music is, to me at least, better than the cover might suggest, in that they are obviously a very pro covers band who feel quite able to mess with the arrangements of the songs they cover and who evidently know what they are doing. That doesn't mean that you will wanna listen to the album particularly, but I feel I should give them their due.The A side is all covers, the B side has three originals, one a ploddy blues workout, one a Chuck Berry/Quo type thing and one that can be loosely described as a kind of prog psyche fest complete with phased drum solo... Hey, you could sample that!I ripped side 2 for your listening pleasure. Enjoy, and If you're out there guys, the very best to all of you, and I bet you had some great laughs down in Camber Sands. Forgive me a smile or two at your expense ;-)- Contributed by: Jon AllenImages: Front Cover, Back Cover 1, Back Cover 2Media: LPAlbum: Maxwell Plumm - We Can Work It Out
For those women who decide to pass up the mannish vogue and opt for something less gender-blending, there are choices like the collarless tent designed by Pauline Trigere for Abe Schraeder. Danny Noble's bright red shawl-collared greatcoat with deep triangular pockets, or his black watch plaid wrap coat, are in the free-swinging spirit of the season, too.
Luxem -- or at least a touch of it -- is the overall rule, applied to fashions for the careerist and active homemaker as well as the woman who leads a purely sybaritic existence. Fall's tailored basic is more likely to be a velvet spencer or mohair greatcoat than a flannel blazer or gabardine trench.
I will be stitching 200 of the dandelion seeds, as in the photo, onto a genuine World War 2 British Army greatcoat, as my contribution to the exhibition. I would really like it if each of these stitches were sponsored for 3 each in order to fund or part fund my flight to (and from, haha!) the US. 59ce067264