Pre-WW2 – Polish Army Military PosterDecember 1, 2019
WW2 Polish Artillery Major Dress JacketDecember 11, 2019
WW2 Polish Signal Lieutenant Jacket
1940-1947, Great Britain, Edinburgh or London
Polish officer jacket of French style so-called “french”. Two chest pockets, two below the waist. Buttons with eagles by J.R Gaunt from London. On the shoulder pad two bullion thread stars, indicating the rank of lieutenant. On the collar patches indicating signal. “POLAND” titles on the shoulders.
Visible trace of the communication mark above the left breast (the communication badge in the pictures is not part of the offer). Inside the inside pocket the manufacturer’s label “Burton the Tailor of Taste Ltd, 18-19 Princes St, Edinburgh, 118-132 New Oxford St, London”. Inside the embroidered name of the owner, unfortunately only part of the letters have survived. The general condition is good, minor damage from the moths and signs of use. Jacket of a lieutenant of the Polish Armed Forces in Exile.
Please note that the Cross of Valor, Signal badge and belt are not part of the offer.