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    Quote Originally Posted by FossilHunter View Post
    I believe that it refers to what is now known as the regulation doublet.
    Thanks FossilHunter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacRobert's Reply View Post
    Yes the lining was visible when turned back Allan. Only a single button hole on the right 'lapel' that, when the jacket is closed, attaches to a button on the inside near the left shoulder.
    I always think it's annoying when makers omit simple features to a garnment which then limit the flexibility of how a user can wear that garnment.

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