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Royal Naval uniform: pattern 1943
Engineer Commander's working dress blouse, Royal Naval uniform, pattern 1943. It belonged to Edward Napier Green (b. 1903), Acting Temporary Commander RN. It is single breasted with three gilt RN-pattern buttons and an adjustable fastening at the waist with three black plastic buttons. There is a single-button fly fastening at the cuffs and the two patch pockets have gilt buttons. The blouse is fitted with Commander's shoulder straps with purple cloth representing the Engineering Branch between the gold lace. Four medal ribbons are sewn onto the blouse (1939-1945 Star, Atlantic Star, Defence and War Medals.) It is unlined except for the waistband and cuffs. The trousers accompanying this item are UNI1301.
Baker Ltd.; Montagu Burton Ltd.
- Image reference: F2189
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Green Blackwall Collection