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The Inverness coat is designated after the region Inverness in Scotland. It does not have sleeves, but a union, which lie over the arms and them covered. The carrier will usually wear a jacket and will put the arms between two holes from the coat. The union is to protect against rains. In former times was the coat likes and also by the British police was carried. Today one sees it only rarely and he is very rarely manufactured. Together with the Deerstalker hat it stands for the clothes of Sherlock of cross-beam.


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