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The British P37 pattern was the standard uniform for all army peronnel. This pair of trousers has recently been found during a house clearing somewhere in the Netherlands. The trousers are in good used condition, shows traces of usage. A damage on the backside. Button for the fielddressing pocket is missing. Most battledress produced early in the war was chemically treated to provide the wearer additional protection if subjected to a gas attack, uniforms which were treated were marked AV (Anti-Vesicant) This pair of trousers are marked AV and dated 1941. Perfect size see last picture (I would say size 13).
Nice original early pair of Battledress trousers.