WWI French Made Uniform Shirt of Lafayette Escadrille Pilot Edwin C. Parsons
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ARTIFACT: This is a monogrammed French shirt from the World War I Era. This shirt originally belonged to Edwin Charles Parsons, an experienced pilot from Massachusetts who was once in the Lafayette Escadrille, where he was credited with one victory. After its disbanding, Parsons stayed in the French Air service, where he shot down seven more Aircraft.
VINTAGE: Circa WWI.
SIZE: Size: Shoulder-Shoulder: 15", Armpit-Armpit: 19", Shoulder-Cuff: 26", Collar-Hem: 30".
MATERIALS / CONSTRUCTION: Cotton.
MARKINGS: "ECP A. RAGON. 32. AVENUE DE L'OPERA PARIS. 74. 71G14"
ITEM NOTES: This is from a French Militaria collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months. CON-RLBVAEJX4/12 VAEJX4/12 LEGEX6/17 hldSEJJX07/19
CONDITION: 6- (Fine): The fabric is dirtied and ripped in places.
GUARANTEE: As with all my artifacts, this piece is guaranteed to be original, as described.