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Help needed to ID this old fellow

Hi, I can't ID this perfecto. All I remember is that it was bought circa late eigthies/early nineties. All tabs or tickets are gone :'(

Thanx for your help.

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Gail on 04/25/19 at 07:53 AM

The jacket is either the Naked Cowhide style #118 or the Steerhide version #618. This main Perfecto w/rider and NYC at the bottom was first used in the mid-late 80's and based on the Ykk & Ideal zippers the jacket was made around the late - early 90's. Unfortunately the pocket is missing which would have confirmed the style and I am unable to determine a type of leather by a photo.

Gail

frdrc13 on 05/29/19 at 05:03 AM

Gail wrote:

The jacket is either the Naked Cowhide style #118 or the Steerhide version #618. This main Perfecto w/rider and NYC at the bottom was first used in the mid-late 80's and based on the Ykk & Ideal zippers the jacket was made around the late - early 90's. Unfortunately the pocket is missing which would have confirmed the style and I am unable to determine a type of leather by a photo.

Gail

Thank you Gail. even without the pocket ticket you gave me a lot of info that match the moment when I think I bought it. As I have a brand new #618, if I compare the feel of the leathers, this one is softer so I will bet on a #118. Maybe some day I will find the pocket ticket that should be well stored somewhere in my stuff (I don't think I thrown it away).

Gail on 05/29/19 at 07:37 AM

The white pocket ticket is not a loose ticket, it is a small label sewn into the seam of the pocket. On this style it is usually sewn into the change coin snap pocket.

Gail

frdrc13 on 06/02/19 at 08:24 AM

Gail wrote:

The white pocket ticket is not a loose ticket, it is a small label sewn into the seam of the pocket. On this style it is usually sewn into the change coin snap pocket.

Gail

Yes, I know but I think is in the wind and get ripped off (just a bit remains in the pocket). But as I'm a cautious guy, may be I saved it somewhere in my drawers. So, to be continued .... or I'll be back :D

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