October 1965 Vintage Shirt 54th Shirt
This t-shirt is a vintage 1960’s sporty style that had its own special meaning. The Vintage Shirt from the near future of the 60s, this was worn by all the teams participating in 1967 Rugby World Cup and has been used as a great case study for today’s technology. Caps on the back, made by Garment Stitch in 1965. They manufactured other “Vintage” designs like the wrist watch we have here at the site but this was not one of those vintage designs.
October 1965 Vintage Shirt 54th Shirt and ladies teeThe 1954 VHS-P Jeff Davis Film is a classic movie that was released in 1955. It won an Emmy Award for Best Picture and gained the highest rating ever on television. this is a May 1965 Vintage Army green military style shirt. This is the very first Clipper to feature the Reuter logo and the V-12 engine. Removed this item from the list of 1958 dated items as it was no longer manufactured at that time.
Show your love of vintage 1960s and 1965 British army troops with a one-of-a-kind green and yellow military style shirt. It’s made from 100% recycled denim, making it the ultimate gift for any fan of the history that inspired it. The WWII military jacket is a great example of the use of 1940s blue jeans. It is so easy to find original vintage denim shirts with blue horizontal stripes and white piping around the collar and neck area, making it hard to find anything on this side of the world. A great match for this shirt since they’re both very similar in that design point.
October 1965 Vintage Shirt 54th Shirt, hoodie, sweater and long sleeve
This is a vintage 1964 1965 1955 Women’s Fall four-pocket Crew Sleeve Shirt from the “30 Years of Women’s Fall and Winter” collection. It has a white collar, black ties and buttons that have been stitched… This is an original 1965-1966 vintage shirt. The color is blue and the type is “54th”. This particular one has interesting printing on it, like a white star on one side and then a blue star in the center of the other side.
Vintage chainmail “fancy” shirt, of the 54th Engineer Battalion, which was stationed at Inchgower Camp in London from October 1st to December 31st. It has a blue cotton on black background and is textured with white thread for a reddish effect. There are no holes or other decoration on the collar area. The sleeves are slightly flared but not too much so as to hide it from view in some cases. A classic vintage 62 year old shirt. The print is not what you are looking for, but the design will work great. Print is small and bright with a large bow at the neckline.
Robert Resendez –
This is a good shirt. It’s a little small but I still like it. It’s not the best quality shirt but I’m sure that it will last a long time. I bought it a few years ago and was pleased with it. It’s a good price and a good quality shirt.
ALONZO DAVIS –
These are a great shirt for the price. I bought this shirt for my husband and he loved it. I low key threw some of the other shirts in the trash (the sleeves were too long) and when I was done with the other shirts I was still happy with the shirt. However, I really liked this shirt more than the other shirts. I cut it in half to for a smaller cut and it fits perfect. I bought another one for myself and that one I am going to take a picture of. I’m glad this shirt has a box I can take pictures of and make them a little more personal.I will be ordering more soon.
MONTIE NOCITA –
It didn’t take long for me to realize this shirt was hand sewn in the early 60s from a shirt I had ordered from a company in Iowa, but hadn’t received yet. It definitely has a vintage look to it. I had a few in my collection, but couldn’t resist having a go at one made my own by myself. It is a simple design, yet it has a bit of a modern feel to it. The design itself is the same as the other shirts I have, which is not a bad thing. Unfortunately, I had to make do with sleeves that were not even finished with the design of the shirt. I was able to finish them through fabric dye and stretchy fabric that I had on hand.