You are looking at a wonderful mens suit from the 60s made by the famed Goodman & Suss. The jacket features two button closure, two button sleeves, angled flap pockets plus a ticket pocket, a double vented back, and a partial lining in shiny olive green. The pants feature a flat front, a fairly high waist, a fuller thigh, and a tapered leg. The suit is wonderful condition save for one very small hole (top right in pic #5) about 5" down and to the left of the pants zipper. Other than that, no flaws to report. The fabric is a nice medium weight supple herringbone tweed in a warm mossy olive green. Jacket fits like a 38R to 40R, please see actual measurements below.
Jacket, lying face down:
Shoulders, seam to seam: 16.5"
Chest, pit to pit: 20.5"
Length, top of collar to bottom of jacket: 30.5"
Sleeve, shoulder seam to cuff: 24.75"
Width at thigh: 22"
Width at knee: 19"
Width at bottom: 17"
Inseam: 28.25" (4.5" to let out)
Please ask any other questions you may have or if you would like to see more photos. Thanks for looking!
Joseph J. Murawski