Set of Band Jackets Wanted

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by Graeme Goldie, Oct 10, 2016.

  1. Graeme Goldie

    Graeme Goldie New Member

    Newmains & District Brass Band are looking for a set of 2nd hand jackets.

    Are there any bands out there that have a decent set of 30+ band jackets for sale?

    If they are raking up space in your bandroom, and want rid of them, please drop me a mail or a text on 07508247785.

  2. Watford Band

    Watford Band New Member

    Single breasted, silver/gold buttons ( some tarnished but polish up), 4 buttons on each cuff (some missing), double vent at back. Marron
    Good quality jackets (Brayshaw) used by a band (now had replacements)
    Used and need a good clean (dry clean recommended) but still got a lot of 'life' in them. There are some stitch marks on the breast pocket where the band badge has been removed. Can steam out or could be covered with a new badge - can send a photo.
    £150 the lot, buyer collects/ arranges collection as heavy from Watford.
    6 x 40”
    6 x 42”
    1 x 42/44”
    1 x 44”
    2 x 48”
    1 x 41”
    4 x 36”
    8 x 38”
    1 x 38/39
    1 x 46"
    Most are regular length but could check sizing again.
    Needs TLC
  3. Graeme Goldie

    Graeme Goldie New Member

    Thank you for getting in touch.

    Can you please email me some pictures -


  4. Watford Band

    Watford Band New Member

    Hopefully you got the pictures on Friday. Any use to you?
  5. Audley Brass

    Audley Brass Member

    Hi Graeme

    I did send you a text message about the Jackets, for confirmation they are Red Mess style with Black Lapels, They are made up of 2 sets, half of which came from Fodens and half from another band. If you go on our website there are plenty of photos. Most are in good usable condition (we are still using them until our new ones arrive). They will probably need a clean. We would like around £300, but are open to sensible offers, the price will be based on you collecting from Cheshire or you arranging a courier.



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