Sample 1: Portuguese Style South Africa Production

Portuguese-style jacket as used by bushmen of 31 Battalion (?).  South Africa produced (source: http://www.newrhodesian.ca/viewtopic.php?p=14555#p14555).

Pockets:

Sample 2: Rhodesian Production

“Police” version? Pile liner is like a vest.  Rhodesian production (source: http://www.newrhodesian.ca/viewtopic.php?f=46&t=1484#p13915).

Tag:

Label intact with 1969 date and Rhodesian manufacturer. 

Pockets:

Velcro closures on pockets.

Material:

Brown color is more reddish than South African Version, above.

Sample 3: Slant Pocket

Same reddish brown as Sample 2.  Exactly the same cut as later 2nd Pattern jacket

Pockets:

Slanted pockets with button closure.

Tag:

Possibly Rhodesian produced like Sample 2 due to long, horizontal tag and velcro at cuffs.

Sample 4: Hat

Fabric is twill, different from poplin of jackets.

Color Balanced Swatches:

Brown on South African version (sample 1) is much less red than brown on the Rhodesian version (sample 2).