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In a small to Medium size, the tag is washed out and partially gone. The color is very strong and the denim is still crisp. It was issued and has the sailor's name inside. There are no buttons, or metal ring backings with this jacket, as it looks like it was laundered and put away. Getting harder to find in this condition.
A great looking pair of size 10 Cloth Top Overshoes. These are the second pattern overshoes, with rubber enclosing sole and water resistant canvas top. Owing to the difficulties in the mass-production of the new Shoe Pac boots, these were issued as a substitute until the end of the war. Tough to find in this condition.
This is as complete as you can get. On March 30, 1944, Miss Martha Jane Heist of Penbrook, Penna. sent a postcard to the Division of Public Inquires in Washington D.C. asking for some war posters. They sent her her postcard back with three posters in a mailer envelope. Two of them, the flag posters, are dated 1942, while the Sullivan Brothers is dated 1943. Everything is in like near new condition, just incrediable and all for one money.