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|Seller Notes:||“THIS IS AN AUTHENTIC GIANFRANCO FERRE MADE IN ITALY BLAZER IN EXCELLENT CONDITION (NEAR MINT)WITH ABSOLUTELY NO DEFECTS..THIS BEAUTIFUL GARMENT HAS BEEN PROFESSIONALLY STEAMED AND HAND PRESSED.”|
|Waist Size:||40" -approx. circumference of jacket waist||Type:||Blazer|
|Country/Region of Manufacture:||Italy||Color:|
GLEN PLAID PIC #3 # 4
|Style:||3 BUTTON SIDE VENTS- POCKETS WITH NO FLAPS||Jacket Size:||Listed . U.S. SIZE 40 Reg Fit 40-42 Reg|
|Material:||100% PURE WOOL||Brand:|
|Pattern:||GLEN PLAID||Jacket Length:||Regular|
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