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Bingo Jacket

Jacket
1970 (retailed)
Artist/Maker
Place of origin

Bingo jacket made of black wet-look PVC with the front and sleeves covered in pockets of brightly coloured felt appliqué of Bingo numbers ranging from 1-19. Jacket has curved lapels, and is double-breasted with right side fastening. Back of the jacket is plain with a curved yoke and slightly flared skirt. It is fully lined.


Object details
Categories
Object type
Materials and techniques
PVC with felt appliqué and lined
Brief description
Jacket of PVC with felt appliqué of Bingo numbers, designed by Jim O'Connor for Mr Freedom, England, 1970
Physical description
Bingo jacket made of black wet-look PVC with the front and sleeves covered in pockets of brightly coloured felt appliqué of Bingo numbers ranging from 1-19. Jacket has curved lapels, and is double-breasted with right side fastening. Back of the jacket is plain with a curved yoke and slightly flared skirt. It is fully lined.
DimensionsSize 34
Production typeReady to wear
Marks and inscriptions
'MR FREEDOM / Made in England.' (Printed on label, pink and blue)
Credit line
Given by Mr Freedom
Production
Reason For Production: Retail
Subject depicted
Bibliographic reference
Fashion : An Anthology by Cecil Beaton. London : H.M.S.O., 1971110
Collection
Accession number
T.710-1974

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Record createdNovember 26, 2007
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