Vintage 1950s US Army men's trench coat in olive green with a button-in wool and satin lining. Double breasted with buttons up the front, a belt at the waist, and pockets. It is labeled as manufactured for governmental use only under patient nos. RE. 21676 & 2198064. Some condition issues, see details below.
Measurements and Item Details:
Fits like: Labeled men's medium short, fits women's large
Fabric: Feels like cotton shell with a button in wool and satin lining
Condition: Very good, with a 1" tear in the outer shell below the right underarm that hasn't quite turned into a hole, a 1/4" slit in the shell on the top of right sleeve and a 1/2" one on the back of left sleeve, some tiny worn spots and pinpoint holes on the shoulders where patches were removed, a couple other tiny worn spots throughout, a few small glue spots on the back seat, a 1/2" thin white line on the right shoulder, a 1.5" faint brown line on the back of the right wrist, some very minor fading on the tops of sleeves, and some fading to the satin lining in the upper back.
Waist: 46" - cinches with belt
Shoulders (seam to seam): 18.5"
Shown on a 5’8” model with measurements of 34”-26”-36”, usually wears a size small to medium. See our FAQ section for more information on sizing and condition ratings.