Victorian Grayback Shirt
Labour in comfort with the finest shirt that the Queen has yet seen fit to provide!
These shirts are immensely soft and comfortable and are perfect for filling gabions outside Sebastopol, stacking mealie bags at Rorke’s Drift, or running along the walls at Mafeking.
This grayback shirt entered service around 1860 and continued to be used in all corners of the Empire until the outbreak of the First World War, when it underwent a number of minor changes.
Stamped on the front right exterior as well as per originals. The Selden Shirt, found in the Museum of the Confederacy, is constructed in an earlier pattern, but bears just such stamps.
Soft flannel construction with cotton ticking collar. Pullover style with no cuff buttons. Four buttons on front bib. Collar stud included.
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