Navy great coat with brass buttons with a central fouled anchor flanked by “S” “C”, made by Gaunt, London. 8 in the front, 2 on the short back belt and one on each shoulder.
Numbered 444 inside. Measures approx: shoulder to shoulder 55cm; back length 99cm; outside sleeve 69cm.
1919 the Navy League Boys Naval Brigade adopted the name Navy League Sea Cadet Corps. By the outbreak of World War II, there were 100 Units across the UK with more than 10,000 Cadets. King George VI became the Admiral of the Corps in 1942 and the name was changed to the Sea Cadet Corps. The Sea Cadets had approximately 400 Units and 50,000 Cadets.
*Condition* This heavy coat is in great condition though it could do with a good clean! Please see photographs as part of the condition report.