Come on really!!!

Capt

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Come on £269.99………really:oops::oops:
 

ausreenactor

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Youre just upset that you want be able to pay for a high-quality reproduction shirt! ;)

I have the £80 1st Mar Div shirt. Love it...
 

ausreenactor

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I am not jumping on the bash ELC band wagon, but must say I see original WWII shirts in good shape and decent sizes go unsold on ebay for under $60 all the time.
In the slighter sizes. Have had a neatly folded Sigmund Eisner 15 1/2 x 33 OD Shirt, with cutter tags, in a sealed bag for 20 years.. Would want more than $60 for that.
 

MauldinFan

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I see original WWII shirts in good shape and decent sizes go unsold on ebay for under $60 all the time.
Notice the sizes available for these reproductions. You'd pay much more than their price for an original as large as their larger sizes...
 

Chandler

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And here I am gnashing my teeth over wanting to spend $90. :D
 

ZuZu

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If there was a good square-shoulder copy of the thick cotton oficer's tropical shirt in my size- I'd get it. They're very useful as actual shirts and you can wear them untucked as a kind of safari shirt. I actually buy Hard Yakka cotton shirts from Australia for this. They don't have epaulets but they look like the Steve Irwin shirt untucked.
 
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