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Vintage mens 1950s early 1960s houndstooth check sport coat with skinny 2.5 inch notched lapels, double vent and action back. Jacket has a three button front closure, two button cuff, one breast pocket and two flap pockets at waist. Trim fit darted front with padded shoulders. Black satiny half-lining with fabric hang loop. and two interior pockets. There is no fabric label, but has the appearance of a wool or wool blend. Department store label reads, Society Brand, Harry J. Rook, Inc. Columbus, Ohio. There is also a ACWA Pre TM registration date label used from 1949 to 1962.

Coat is in excellent condition. Slight overall wear to fabric consistent with age, but no tears, stains nor holes

There is no size tag so please refer to my measurements. Coat was measured flat, buttoned and not stretched. For best fit compare my measurements with a coat that fits you well! And please allow room for what you’ll be wearing under this coat.
Shoulders, seam to seam is 18
Sleeve, top at shoulder seem to end of sleeve 24.5
Chest measured at armpit is 44
Waist is 41
Length, collar seam to bottom of sport coat 29.5

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1950s early 1960s Houndstooth Check Sport Coat Action Back Narrow Lapel Chest 44


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Material: wool blend
  • Only ships within United States.
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