1920's Catalina Logo Patch 1920's Catalina Label 1930's Catalina Label 1930's Catalina Logo Patch 1940's Catalina Label 1946 Catalina Label 1949 Catalina Label Early 1950's Catalina Label Early 1950's Catalina Label Mid 1950's Catalina Label Mid 1950's Catalina Masterpiece Label Mid to late 1950's Catalina Label Early 1960's Catalina Label 1960's Catalina Label 1960's Catalina Part of the Art of Eve Label 1980's Catalina Label 1947 Cole of California Original Label Late 1940's early 50's Cole of California Original Label Late 1950's early 60's Cole of California Original Label 1960's Cole of California Label 1970's Cole of California Label DEL MAR Mid 1940's Del Mar Label Earliest Jantzen Label 1921-1922 Earliest Jantzen Label Early Jantzen Label 1922 Early 1920's Jantzen Label 1920's Jantzen Label Late 1920's Jantzen Label Late 1920's Jantzen Label 1930's Jantzen Label Late 1930's Jantzen Label Mid 1940's Jantzen Label Late 1940's Jantzen Label Early 1950's Jantzen Label 1950's Jantzen Label 1950's Jantzen Label 1950's Jantzen Label 1950's Jantzen International Set Label - produced from 1956-1959 1950's Jantzen Diving Belle Swimcap Label 1960's Jantzen Label 1970's Jantzen Label 1980's Jantzen Label 1990's Jantzen Label Modern 2000s Jantzen Label In the mid 1920's the Jantzen girl donned her cap and stockings.
In the 30's & 40's the figure became more streamlined, her swimsuit became a bit shorter and the stripes are gone from the legs.
So I’m really feeling this idea of a super-heavy duvet. I just can't tell you how happy I am with it- it's truly a work of art in my mind. It's summer now, and hotter than hell in NM, but I will be wearing this jacket in the early mornings and evenings to break it in so it's ready for the fall and winter. When one wants to learn about quality, look at the seams, the stitch count; they educate. Russet Horsehide and sewn Epaulets emulate the immortal The peekaboo hidden zipper on the extended right windflap/panel might have been for a small automatic or escape documents. An elegant shaped neck flap, like those on leather flight helmets, adds further refinement, visual candy and AAF relation. It's the most complex-, difficult-, detailed-to-make motorcycle jacket in our line. The intricate open-seam stitch construction -- simply a marvel of artisan craft given the weight of proprietary LOST WORLDS Horsehide -- takes virtually twice as much painstaking labor than any of our other motorcycle jackets, not a slouch among them as a matter of fact! before deploying to Europe and specified very particular details that would adapt to AAF usage.I cannot vouch for or personally recommend their services - if you have had personal experiences of using other people's services then please share them with me.If you fancy having a go at repairs yourself then some really good suppliers are listed below.