Howdy all! This is an awesome site--I dig it a lot. I'm hoping y'all can help me with a question: I recently came into a lambskin jacket, and, as best I can tell, it might be from like the early forties? I tried to read the relevant guides, but I'm sure I missed some stuff, so apologies in advance! Its super soft, and in tremendous condition. The only tags I can find are "Saks Fifth Avenue" and "B. O. A.(tm) Exquisite Leather Importers", and the only reference point I have is a post on logopedia putting the block type logo as circa 1940-1946. The cut does seem very military in silhouette, and it lacks inside pockets, which might be consistent with wartime limitations (?), but it seems in REALLY good shape to be 75 years old. It's double-vented, which leads me to suspect European provenance, and the windmill and the A in BOA make me think Amsterdam or Antwerp, but I haven't been able to find anything searching that direction. I've also heard it said that the collar loop was more common on euro garnets, but not sure how true that is. Any thoughts or suggestions? Comments? Is this a legit WW2-era near-pristine jacket?