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Uniform Jacket- Service Dress Ceremonial

From the Collection of Geelong RSL Sub Branch 50 Barwon Heads Road Belmont Victoria

Khaki Wool cloth Jacket, four patch pockets on the front of the Jacket. The Jacket has two 'Australia' shoulder titles on the epaulets, one only small (king's Crown) rising sun badge on the collar, six small buttons, four small buttons with King's Crown, map of Australia and embossed Australian Military Forces. One small button at the collar.
On the right and left sleeve are the colour patch of Artillery. On the right sleeve is the badge of rank of Bombardier and four blue service chevrons.
Size 6.
Object Registration
uniform, jacket, service dress, khaki, amf
Historical information
This particular Jacket was issued to VX 33678 Bdr E. O'Shea.
When Made
Made By
Freedman & Co Pty Ltd (Makers of Military Uniforms)
Bdr O'Shea served during WW2
Inscriptions & Markings
Inside the Jacket hand written OSWR.
Makers Tag - Freedman & Co Pty Ltd. 1941. Size 6.
Name Tag - Regimental No VX33678.
Name Bdr E. O'Shea.
Last updated
3 Mar 2017 at 10:11AM