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SOLD at 2011 Jun 18 @ 15:39UTC-7 : PDT/MST
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George Peppard “Zeb Rawlings” military jacket from How the West Was Won. (MGM, 1962) Navy blue stable jacket with small gilt buttons, yellow piping and pair of First Lieutenant cavalry shoulder straps. Features an internal Western Costume Co. label typewritten “2383, George Peppard, Chest 42, Sleeve 17 ¾” and handwritten “WCC #29” in white ink inside the collar. George Peppard was assigned to protect transcontinental railroad crews as “First Lieutenant Zeb Rawlings” and this military jacket was based on an enlisted model rather than an officer’s version, which would have been more accurate for the character being portrayed. Fraying of piping at the lower hem; otherwise, excellent condition.
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