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    Vintage Bomber Jacket with Blood Chit??

    Hello, I came about this jacket a few weeks ago and I cannot find any information on it. The zip in fur lining is missing and there are no other tags on it. Is it a remake? If or if not how much would it be worth? Thanks!

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    It's a modern knockoff. Odd someone removed the label. Price is dependent on the type of leather but one can get a bomber for a $100 up into the $1000's. From here, based on the zippers, button snaps and the thickness of the leather I'd guess $150 to $200 NEW.

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    Charly,
    It is what it is, and will keep you warm in the winter and does look authentic and will, in time wear, but not the way the originals did.
    $100 of anybody's money. Hope the advice helps
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    Oh nice. Thanks for the help!


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