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1960's Little Boy's Lined Linen Short Coat

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  • Detail:  Interior Construction, Lining, Hem Tape
0.08 LBS
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Product Description

Raglan sleeve swing coat of the type that properly dressed toddlers of the '60's wore (the most famous example being John-John Kennedy, Jr., saluting his father one last time.)

A classic look, very well made of a heavier linen, fully lined in white, the raglan sleeve construction with a swing shape below offers freedom of movement (because you know how little boys are.)   Three button front closure below a little sartorial flourish resembling a short tie. 

Suggested modern size:  5, but as always with vintage, go by the actual measurements & compare to your child's:

Shoulder-to-Shoulder:  ~10" (raglan construction, this is an approximation since there are no shoulder seams)

Chest:  27"

Length:  19"

Condition & Details: True vintage in very good condition, some wear over all.  Seems to have been expertly commercially made but missing a label; no holes, tears, stains or odors.

Ships USPS 1st class envelope


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