1950's Colonial Bread Short Sleeve Work Shirt L/XL

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Colonial Bread was made by the Colonial Baking Company and started in Oklahoma City under the Campbell-Taggert Company, producing Colonial Bread until it's bread recipe was changed in 1958, changing the name to Rainbo. The brand came back after a few ownership changes I believe but this shirt would've been from its original inception. This shirt is from the 50's and is a great color with a simple yet pretty Colonial Bread logo patch. Longer cut has it was meant to be tucked in. Large chest that can accomodate an XL but smaller shoulders in relation to the chest, common at the time. Can fit either a large or XL. Great condition, check measurements and pictures prior to purchase. 


Chest - 24"

Length - 35"

Shoulders - 18"

Sleeves - 9"

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