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Vintage men's long sleeve gray shirt with red stitch trim embroidered on the collar and pockets. Made in the 1970s by Van Cort for F.W. Woolworth's in NY. Pale gray poly cotton blend. Two chest pockets. Style is a mix of work / chore and western shirts. Slightly tapered and cut a bit long. Nicely set cuffs. Straight yoke across the back.

Marked a men's medium 15/15.5, and fits true to size:

chest 42"
hip 41"
length 27"
sleeve length 24.5"
shoulder to shoulder 17"

Very good condition. Lightly worn. Some very slight yellowing on the back edge of the collar. No spots, no rips, no tears, no missing buttons.

vintage 1970s men's shirt. Medium. Western chore shirt. Red embroidery on gray. Long sleeve / the SUNDAY BACON shirt


  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: cotton, polyester, embroidery, buttons
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 1485 reviews
  • Favorited by: 113 people