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WW2 Period Lightweight Leather A-2 "Walking Out" Jacket-Named To Air Gunner With Bomber Art Patch

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  Lot #17  (Sale Order: 18 of 221)  
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Lightweight leather shell which appears to be private purchase. These jackets were often used by Airman as a lightweight "walking out" jacket. Incised leather air gunner wings/name tag. Named to Frank Glas. Reverse of jacket has a thick textured leather bomber patch separately sewn. Waist and wrist cuff bands show some wear and are original to the jacket. In extremely fine overall condition.

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This item is part of 2017 Spring Military Collectibles Auction
 Saturday, May 20, 2017 | 11:00 AM  Eastern
 
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WW2 Period Lightweight Leather A-2 "Walking Out" Jacket-Named To Air Gunner With Bomber Art Patch
WW2 Period Lightweight Leather A-2 "Walking Out" Jacket-Named To Air Gunner With Bomber Art Patch
Lot number: 17
Seller: Bagwell & Assoc. Auction Co.,Inc.
Event: 2017 Spring Military Collectibles Auction
Ends: Saturday, May 20 | 11:00 AM  Eastern

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