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Is this a Perfecto?

I'm hoping to benefit from some of the awesome knowledge in this community! I picked up this jacket yesterday at a local thriftshop; paid about $50 for it. I was wondering if it might be a Schott; it's definitely a Perfecto-style jacket, but I couldn't find any tags or identifying labels anywhere on it, even in any of the pockets. 

 

It has a missing zip-out liner, and plaid material for the pockets. It also doesn't have a Perfecto-style belt buckle, but I know those sometimes get replaced. The lining also has a subtle box pattern; I know older Schotts sometimes had a similar material. 

 

It has a Lenzip main zipper and Talon sleeve zippers. 

 

Huge photodump incoming; any help would be very appreciated!

Front of the jacket Lapel of the jacket Inner front pocket lining Interior of jacket Sleeve zipper Main zipper pull Back of jacket

strategian on 12/22/19 at 06:51 PM

My apologies that some of the photos are rotated; not sure why that happened.

Gail on 12/24/19 at 10:11 AM

This is not a Perfecto jacket, as you noted the jacket does have differences. We did not do the classic 618 style with a zip-out liner and I noticed the sleeve zippers are very long, our standard sleeve zippers on our jackets are 6". I do notice the kidney back is large in length our jackets do not have this type of long kidney back, we also do not use this type of double stitching that is at the top of the kidney back extension seam. Based on the zippers it does appear to be a vintage jacket, but it does not appear to be a Schott Perfecto.

Gail

strategian on 12/24/19 at 12:09 PM

Thanks for the info, Gail! Much appreciated!

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