Certified HBarC Dead Stock (Never Worn) Embroidered Shirt. This iconic shirt called the "Lucky Horseshoe" was made in the 1970's and worn by famous cowboys like Montie Montana in the Pasadena Rose Parade. What makes this shirt special and very rare, is that this particular shirt was a salesmen's sample. This shirt never left the factory or salesmen. Used for photo shoots, trade shows and other presentations. Beautiful chain stitching surrounds the applique' horseshoe placed perfectly in position. The smile pockets, piping and five button cuff are just some of the other appointments about this stiller shirt. So don't miss out! Check below for more listed details.
. Authentic H-BAR-C embroidered shirt
. Rare Dead Stock - Perfect condition
. Name: "Lucky Horseshoe"
. Circa: 1973
. Worn by famous cowboys such as Montie Montana in the Pasadena Rose Parade
. Salesmen's sample
. Original pocket hang tag for fabric swatches
. Label with white tags in perfect condition
. Beautiful brown chainstitch embroidery
. Yarn thread
. Embroidery on front and collar
. Applique' horseshoes placed perfectly
. White background with detailed black stitching enhances horseshoe design
. Smile pockets with applique' arrows
. Brown piping on front, back, pockets and cuffs
. !00% polyester gabardine
. Rich desert tan color
. Made by H-BAR-C in Gardena Ca U.S.A.
. Size - 14 - Small
. Chest - 38" - 19-1/2' measured
. Sleeve - 33" - measured
. Shoulder to shoulder - 17-1/2" - 18" - measured