Dating dsa numbers
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1943 is the fiscal year but the manufacturing carried over into 1944 so because your item is dated 1943 does not neccesarily mean it was made in 1943. This week I got the 1939 blue jacket, a an N-1 jacket and an alpaca lined hooded Navy deck parka (that and the N-1 both with 1944 contracts). In the 1960s, it would be a DA or DSA contract number.
Several other garments with that type of contract number system has been identified to a certain contractor and date and both have been 1940. I read one source that said my particular type of blue deck jacket pre-dated the 1943 ones, which had the galoshes type buckles (anyone who wore those as a kid in the 50's knows what those are). I read one source that said my particular type of blue deck jacket pre-dated the 1943 ones, which had the galoshes type buckles (anyone who wore those as a kid in the 50's knows what those are). I know of atleast two variants of the blue deck jacket and one is with the clasps or galosh style buckle.
From other contract labels like the one you posted it is probably a circa 1940 contract number which also fits the type of garment,the blue deck jacket.
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