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Canadian Service-Dress grouping belonged to Lieutenant G. Vincent. He was with the Royal Canadian Artillery within the 4th Canadian Armoured Division. At the start of the Second World War, many different styles of Service Dress were being worn, and though Battle Dress was officially intended to replace SD.
This grouping consists the tunic, trousers, sam-brown and cap. The cap is having the RCA capbadge with the spinning wheel. The grouping is in good used condition and shows traces of usage, trousers shows some spots. Trousers and tunic have a makers label with name and the sam-brown is marked with his name Vincent.
Nice original grouping, not researched yet.