British 1902 Service Dress Tunic

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This is an extremely accurate reproduction of the British 1902 wool serge tunic.  It is quite a plain and simple design that was worn by members of the British army virtually unchanged until 1937.  The collars are fastened with two hook and eyes and are the correct turned down style.  The shoulders have the correct reinforcing patches to help fight wear from equipment and the top pockets have the pleat.  The rear skirt has the two short vents and it comes complete with nice general service buttons.

All sizes available from 36 to 54.

1910 British Tunic
Original WW1 British tunics can be seen in the above original image.


1.5kg (boxed)
1.2kg (satchel)

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