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Very nice and large early WWII Irvin

Pilot

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Just got this one.. roomy large one ..
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with a pit to pit of 70 cm in very good unmessed condition… even a bit too big for me.
zips and all metalware perfect. Zips even retaining the leather tabs/puller.
Goes for cleaning and leather-care and then on the market.
My guess its a Wareing or IAC…
Any opinion?
 
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Snackson

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That looks to be in excellent shape. I'd also agree with the Wareing's ID. I think that high riding belt and the two tone is a trade mark.
I'd be interested in your recipe @Pilot if you'd be willing to share it. I have an original Irvin as well (A common Links) that could use a bit of TLC.
 

Pilot

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That looks to be in excellent shape. I'd also agree with the Wareing's ID. I think that high riding belt and the two tone is a trade mark.
I'd be interested in your recipe @Pilot if you'd be willing to share it. I have an original Irvin as well (A common Links) that could use a bit of TLC.
Sure, its a mixture of olive oil, ethanol, white vinegar, icing sugar, henna and acrylic dyes… all depending on the shades of the jacket to nurse.
I can rejuvenate any jacket and adapt.. but need the jacket in my hands.
Hope it helps.
 

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