US WWI Pattern Mackinaw Short Overcoat

US WWI Pattern Mackinaw Short Overcoat
US WWI Pattern Mackinaw Short Overcoat
US WWI Pattern Mackinaw Short Overcoat
US WWI Pattern Mackinaw Short Overcoat
The Mackinaw was authorized originally for drivers but was widely worn by anyone who could get one.

 
Our PriceUS$ 165.00
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When the US Army recognized a need for Mackinaw coats contracts went out to many small suppliers, who produced a wide variety of minor differences in their coats. These coats were initially authorized only for drivers but photos show that they were widely popular in the AEF.

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