British Victorian Police tunic circa 1888
This design classic conjours images of the foggy London streets which Jack the Ripper stalked in the late 1880's. It consists of 1 pocket less tunic made from fine Melton wool, single breasted with a high stand collar.
The tunic has on row of silver Victorian Queens crown buttons down the front with 4 more at the back, two belt hooks hold the leather snake buckle belt in place.
Finally a set of Sergeant stripes adorn the left hand sleeve
The Belt is not included