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    Quote Originally Posted by mmppres View Post
    looks like an old prison coat
    THAT might be it...
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    a prison coat? interesting, do you know what date?

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    Prisons made or still make there own clothing. Very big industry in the USAicon. That style looks like middle 1950's.

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    nice thank you, would you know the value?

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    found one similar with the same liner
    Gulag: Soviet Forced Labor Camps and the Struggle for Freedom
    heres a article
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    Quote Originally Posted by matt2go View Post
    found one similar with the same liner
    Gulag: Soviet Forced Labor Camps and the Struggle for Freedom
    heres a article
    It is likely something along those lines. The style of construction and lay out and style of the buttons is very Russianicon in origin. Those coats were not unique to the gulag, they are also construction workers, miners and equipment operators jackets. I had a green one some time ago and it was very warm.


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