Uniform - Tunic No.1 (RNZAF)
Hector Powe, Manufacturer
The scalloped flaps on the breast pockets have dome fasteners on the tips. The tunics are fully lined with purple/blue cotton fabric. The inside of the sleeves is lined with a white cotton material. On each shoulder is the New Zealand badge. This is sewn on the tunic. The words New Zealand are in light blue on a dark blue background. There are 2 stripes on each sleeve about 90 mm from the cuff. The stripes are around the circumference of the sleeve. The design of the stripes is black, light blue, black. Both stripes are identical. The fabric belt is sewn along the back of the tunic forming a loose belt in the front. There is a 60 mm wide brass buckle on one end of the belt with 2 pins. The other end of the belt has 3 series of 2 holes. The holes have been button-hole stitched. The back of the tunic has a single, central vent from the belt line to the hem of the tunic.
Processed Material/Metal/Alloy/Copper Alloy/Brass
HECTOR POWE/ REGENT ST, LONDON.W.1 Maker's Mark
G.W. Warden/ 22-954 29.10.4 Ink Stamp
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