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Topic History of: Yes it IS that jacket
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JK2006 Back in 1966 I wandered into a shop in Portobello Road and saw this old tunic - a real one worn, according to the label, by Viscount Windsor. I loved it; polished up the buttons and wore it to the clubs. John Lennon in particular adored it and got the address of the shop from me; going there and buying loads of jackets which later became Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.

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