Anthony Sinclair

Brown Barleycorn Tweed Jacket


In the 1964 Bond movie, 'Goldfinger', the Anthony Sinclair Barleycorn tweed hacking jacket with Cavalry Twill Trousers was Bond’s “out of office” look, and the clothing in which he is seen driving his Aston Martin DB5 for the first time. The combination has consequently been one of the most popular tailoring requests presented to us. 

This garment may also be reproduced to customer's personal styling requirements in a wide variety of cloth options.

This product is made-to-order. Please do not hesitate to Contact Us should you require further information.

Cloth: Brown Barleycorn Tweed, 11oz (340gm), 75% Lambswool & 25% Angora, Woven in England 

Jacket Style: Single breasted - two button, Notch lapel, Slanted flapped side pockets, Out breast welt pocket, Single vent, Four button cuffs, Natural shoulder, Roped sleevehead

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