SOLD US Navy Jumper w/Pants . UA1113

United States Navy Jumper with Pants. Aviation Radio Technician 2nd Class rate sleeve rank insignia on jumper sleeve. U.S. WW2 era Naval Clothing Factory tag with name (faded and hard to make out). Pants also with ww2 era naval clothing tag and also named.  Most likely 1940s era. Worn condition.


Additional Notes: The WW2 dress blue navy jumper was a pullover blouse made of 16-ounce dark blue Melton wool, which was described by the Navy as “a stout, smooth woolen cloth with a short nap”. The yoke was made with a double layer of material and had a stylized seam coming to a downward point at mid-chest creating a design reminiscent of a ship’s bow parting the ocean. A number of prominent features marked the jumper including a square sailor’s collar; a V-neck; a small slit pocket above the left breast; an inside patch pocket with a flap and button located on the right chest; and shirt-style cuffs with each having two 25-line plastic anchor emblem buttons. Three lines of White tape and two stars adorned the collar as did white tape on the cuffs making the dress blue jumper easily distinguishable from its similar looking, but unadorned, cousin called the Undress Blue Jumper.


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Additional information

Weight 58 oz
Dimensions 12 × 12 × 7 in

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