Talk about hard to find! Shriner items are highly prized by both their owners and their fellow members alike and the clowns are even more exclusive! That makes this piece an amazingly rare and visually striking piece of both vintage and Shriner history. Originally made for “Ken” who apparently was a Shriner clown, this is a standard white 65% Dacron polyester / 35% combed permanent press cotton blend short sleeve shirt with the ubiquitous exaggerated 1970s collar and two front pockets. All buttons are intact and there appears to be no staining or holes on the shirt. The front has “Ken” embroidered in red over the left breast. A “Bahia Temple” patch is sewn to the left arm and the back is embroidered with “Bahia”, an amazing clown face and the city of origin, our very own Orlando, Florida! Whether you are a clown, Shriner, or vintage collector, this piece is about as unique as it gets! Fits a Size: Medium
- Neck: 15.5"
- Chest: 46"
- Length (shoulder to hem): 30"