WW1 West Riding Territorial Army Service Corps Attributed Trench Tunic.
A very good example of the Great War 1902 pattern tunic worn by Corporal Norman Elliott. The tunic is the regulation pattern with stand and fall collar with to pleats. Complete with brass General Service buttons and brass “T/ASC/ W.RIDING” brass shoulder titles. To each sleeve Corporal chevrons (not perfect match, which indicates a working tunic) and to the right cuff two blue overseas chevrons. The interior with white lining and correct WD issue stamp and inspection stamp “M” (Marlyborne), also retaining part of the original paper label. The interior also with pencil name Eliott and also “NE”. The tunic is accompanied by an old card giving details of the original owner. Tunic in very good condition one or two small moth nips.
Corporal Norman Elliott enlisted on the 17th November 1914. He landed in France after the 1st January 1916 and was awarded the BWM & VM and received his discharge on the 5th June 1919.
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