at 11:07 AM
Update: just received this jacket. It's very light and the leather is much thinner/pliable than my Vanson, Langlitz, Fox Creek and Aero. It's definitely a men's jacket (I know Schott makes Women's in Lambskin). Could Schott have make this in Lambskin? Also, there is no snap on the back below the collar.
at 01:41 PM
Without the coin pocket ticket I can determine the style, as you cannot tell the different types of leather by a photo. Based on the label with the motorcycle rider the jacket was made after the mid-1980's. This is not a lambskin jacket nor a horsehide jacket. Gail
at 03:37 PM
Thanks Gail! I've torn it apart looking for the batch tag to no avail, there isn't one. It's a short jacket, measuring 23.5" from the base of collar to the bottom on the back.
at 07:08 AM
I wish I could help you but just based on what you can tell me does not help determine the style number. Gail
at 12:15 PM
Gail, this is the North & Judd buckle used on this jacket, does that narrow it down? The more I wear it the more I think it may be goatskin as well. I may send it in after the new year for a repair. Thanks!
at 12:52 PM
I am really sorry but we bought buckles from North & Judd in the 1980's. This particular miter corner buckle may have been on used a special production we made for a company as it was not the regular coenered bucke we used on the jackets at that time. If it was a special production jacket the missing ticket could have confirmed that as it would have had a different style style number then our stock jackets. GAIL