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Vintage Formal White Tie/Evening Wear Stiff fronted Tunic Shirt for your Stiff collar

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Description

Description

As every Gentleman knows. Correct attire is essential

So, when dining or visiting the Theatre you will of course be wearing  full evening attire

Classic “Boiled” stiff fronted Collarband/ Tunic Shirt for your Stiff collar

These shirts are all vintage.. but all in excellent condition

Some have a pique front, some a smooth flat starched bib front, double cuffs, long tails

Some options include Tunic style (closed front)

Trouser button tab at the bottom of the bib

Brace tabs at chest height each side to keep everything neatly in place all evening

This shirt:

Make: J & F Morgan. Baker Street, London

Date: Not stated but possible to be from C. 1920-1960

Details:

Neck Size:  14 1/2″

Shirt style: Open front

Bib: Pique front: heavily starched

Brace tabs: No

Trouser tab: Yes

Cuffs: Single: heavily starched

Tails: Long

Other: 

Ref: ESB217

Condition: Pre Loved.. But in excellent condition.. Small marks on left Shoulder.. but should clean up.many years service left in it!

PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM IS “VINTAGE STYLE” AND ITS EXACT DATE OF MANUFACTURE CANNOT BE DETERMINED!!

*Please note any other items of attire and accessories that are displayed in the images are not included in this offer! But certainly can be purchased!!!

 

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