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Please help with ID

Hey there,

i just picked these up and heard conflicting thoughts on age. Can someone help me date  these please. Thanks!! 

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Gail on 05/31/18 at 01:37 PM

The first jacket with the Beck label appears to be their style #999. I have posted photos of a Beck jacket we have in or 100th Anniversary book, photos below are for the style #999 BL with the studs & "T" on the epaulets. I can not see the name on the front zipper pull, but the pocket & sleeve zipper pulls appear to be the same as on ypur jacket.The jacket could be from the 50/60's. The belt on the jacket is an optional belt and not sold with the jacket, but purchased separately. Are their any pocket tickets with numbers? Is there a leather care label in the lining of the jacket?

The second jacket is the classic M/C style jacket which could be either a steerhide leather 618 or a 118 in the Naked cowhide leather. I can not see the main label to narrow down a time frame if it has a Bull or a Riderand if it has Schott Bros or Schott NYC. Check the coin pocket for a white ticket which can have the style number and possibly a barcode for production year. What are the names on the front & sleeve zipper pulls? Is there any markings on the back of the buckle?


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Niiiiiiiiiickd on 05/31/18 at 09:17 PM

Hey there! 

Thanks for taking the time to help!

The Beck northeaster has a Conmar zipper. No care instructions or white tag with any numbers. 

The perfecto has Emar zippers they are also stamped with USA on the back. I included a picture of the label.  No markings on the buckles. No care tag and no barcode tag. 


Thanks again 

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Gail on 06/04/18 at 05:33 PM

Based on the main Perfecto label with the motorcycle rider and the wording Schott NYC was first used in the late 1980's. With the Emar zippers this jacket and no markings on the buckle it is probably from the late 80's. In the early 90's buckles stared to have markings on the back.


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