Vintage 50s Korea Navy Peacoat 44 Stenciled Corduroy Naval Clothing Depot Wool


This authentic 8 button Navy peacoat was made by the Naval Clothing Depot with an TAP contract number that dates it to 1953 during the end of the Korean war. It has the double stitching on the upper sleeve cuffs and the corduroy lined handwarmer pockets. It even has the serviceman’s name and number stenciled on the liner. On top of all that it is in a very hard to find size (44). It doesn’t get much more real than this!


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  • Service member’s name and number stenciled on interior liner (Labyak)
  • Made in United States by Naval Clothing Depot
  • Navy blue color
  • 100% Thick wool material
  • 2 Lower front corduroy hand warmer pockets and 2 interior pockets
  • 6 Visible, 8 Naval anchor embossed button front
  • Double stitching on upper sleeve cuffs
  • Double Breasted
  • Roll collar
  • Single vented back
  • Fully Lined

SIZE: Tag Size = Mens 44 Regular

Measurements taken on a flat surface and unwrinkled:

  • Armpit to Armpit = 23.5 inches (60 cm) or Chest = 47” (119 cm)
  • Waist measured flat across = 23” (58 cm) or waist doubled = 46” (117 cm)
  • Shoulder to Shoulder = 20” (51 cm)
  • Shoulder seam to sleeve cuff = 26” (66 cm)
  • Center back bottom of collar to sleeve cuff = 36” (91 cm)
  • Back bottom of neck collar to bottom hem = 33.5” (85 cm)

Several scattered pin head to pea size mothing trails on back and right elbow area. 1 Coin size repair that is hard to notice on left upper arm area as seen in photos. Buttons are firm and seams are tight. No holes, no stains! Please see description, condition definitions, photos and measurements for your desired condition and fit