Royal Engineer S/Sgt No2, 1964. Getting harder to find now - a 1960's British Army No2 uniform to a Staff Sergeant of the Royal Corps of Engineers. Consists of green/1962-pattern jacket and trousers, and modern belt, shirt & tie (braces available as an option). Jacket has staybrite R.Engs buttons, a blue R.Engs lanyard and khaki wool-backed Engineers S/Sgt insignia to both arms. Matching trousers are button fly, hook/eye waist fastening, with belt loops, side waist adjusters and braces buttons. Belt is a modern white courlene parade belt with chrome fittings. Khaki No.2 shirt and wool tie included.
NOTE: The white belt is not contemporary to this uniform, it would have been worn with a matching green cloth belt, or white '37 pattern belt.
Jacket Waist (width, laid flat): 18" (max 34/35" waist)
Trouser waist: 35.5" (+1" to let out)
Leg: 28" (nothing to let down)
Shirt: Select from options.
Condition: Jacket and trousers in very good condition. Clean and damage free. Shirts all good/clean unless stated otherwise. Belt new.
Items are sold as seen, and described as accurately as possible. Please note that all items are used and therefore a certain amount of wear is to be expected. Any fundamental defects/deficiences are stated. Many items have been tailored and therefore sizes may be approximate.
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