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Vintage 1960s blue worker's shirt top Conqueror union made Coppes Kitchens Nappanee IN 44" chest (111617)

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This shirt was most likely made in the middle to late 1960's. It was worn by a supervisor of the Coppes Furniture Co. of Nappanee, IN. As you can see in the photos, John is embroidered over the breast pocket, and the company logo is on the back. This shirt was worn, and it isn't perfect. However, this shows that it's the real thing and not a poser piece that was made in China.

The shirt is still in good and wearable condition:

1) The color has gently faded to a soft powder blue. The color can vary from one photo due to lighting.
2) The fabric is clean and free of holes, tears, and bad smells.
3) There is mild perspiration damage on the inside of the collar, in the armpits, and on the back of the sleeves.
4) Each pocket has an extremely faint yellow ring on it.
5) There are about a dozen black specks on the front right sleeve.
6) There are two 1" black streaks on the right front near the seam.
7) There are about six faint black smudges under the left pocket.
8) There are four faint black specks on the back next to the 'C'.
9) The fabric is 65% polyester and 35% cotton.

All measurements are taken while the shirt is lying flat on a
table:

1) The chest is 22" (44").
2) The length from the top of the shoulder to the edge of the shirttail is 30 1".
3) The width across the back of the shoulders is 17 1/2".
This shirt was most likely made in the middle to late 1960's. It was worn by a supervisor of the Coppes Furniture Co. of Nappanee, IN. As you can see in the photos, John is embroidered over the breast pocket, and the company logo is on the back. This shirt was worn, and it isn't perfect. However, this shows that it's the real thing and not a poser piece that was made in China.

The shirt is still in good and wearable condition:

1) The color has gently faded to a soft powder blue. The color can vary from one photo due to lighting.
2) The fabric is clean and free of holes, tears, and bad smells.
3) There is mild perspiration damage on the inside of the collar, in the armpits, and on the back of the sleeves.
4) Each pocket has an extremely faint yellow ring on it.
5) There are about a dozen black specks on the front right sleeve.
6) There are two 1" black streaks on the right front near the seam.
7) There are about six faint black smudges under the left pocket.
8) There are four faint black specks on the back next to the 'C'.
9) The fabric is 65% polyester and 35% cotton.

All measurements are taken while the shirt is lying flat on a
table:

1) The chest is 22" (44").
2) The length from the top of the shoulder to the edge of the shirttail is 30 1".
3) The width across the back of the shoulders is 17 1/2".

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Vintage 1960s blue worker's shirt top Conqueror union made Coppes Kitchens Nappanee IN 44" chest (111617)

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  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: cotton, polyester
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