WW1 Attributed Queen’s West Surry Regiment Officer’s KD Tunic.
This Khaki Drill tunic is attributed to Lieutenant Edward Savereux who was commissioned with the 10th Bn Queen’s Regiment and served with the Regiment in the Egypt. He had previously served 14th (London Scottish) London Regiment. The regulation tunic of light weight material, complete with correct three loop bronze collar badges, regimental buttons, 1914/15 Star ribbon, two wound bullion badges and Lieutenant rank stars. The tunic is in original untouched condition, but PLEASE NOTE HEAVY STORAGE DAMAGE. This to the lower front left skirt, rear left tail and left cuff. The remainder of the tunic is good. … Accompanied by a brown leather Sam Brown again worn by Lt Savereux. Leather dry. (2 items)
Approx Chest Size armpit to armpit 17 inches.
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