After joining VLJ, reading countless posts here and enviously drooling over all of the members BEAUTIFUL jackets, I am finally posting a query because I am at a loss and the VLJ is a logical place to turn to with this Jacket I cannot ID. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. I am attempting to post pics. I've been trying to ID this piece for about a year to no avail. I traded a Vintage HorseHide Police jacket for this after an ebay bidder failed to pay for it after winning its auction. It has a bit of a Highwayman appearance but it seems to be a uniform perhaps military or police?? It has Scovil snaps, Brass Talon Tear Drop pulls on the pockets, and super-sadly, a broken Crown (Chevron teeth) Main zipper. It has basically flawless olive drab green corduroy lining that shows no signs of having been relined. There are no labels or tags anywhere nor evidence of any prior label. It also has Snap Down collars which is not very common in my experience with vintage civilian jackets and it has storm sleeve inner cuffs (that keep air from entering the sleeves). The leather is extremely heavy and it is the best fitting Vintage jacket I have ever found. I am 6'0" 170lbs and this jacket is 27" from Base of Collar to bottom of the rear so it doesn't run as short as most vintage jackets yet it is not a half belt. It has no epaulettes, waistline expansions/adjusters, sleeve zippers, elastic, or gussets so it doesn't appear as a flight or motorcycle jacket. Please see the attached pictures. Can anyone shed any light on this jacket for me??? Also, in a related question, what would the VLJ Members recommend for fixing or replacing this Crown Zipper?? As old Crowns are impossible to locate these days and Eastman refuses to sell their awesome reproductions (FOR ANY PRICE), I have been researching how to best properly and authentically replace or fix the zipper. Beyond the impossible--finding a working old Crown---my only Plan B is to source a New-Old Stock #10 Brass Talon which is likely not period specific but would at least match the Tear Drop Talon pulls. Thanks to VLJ for all the collaborative input I've read here as well as all the great jacket pics!!