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GBD Silkscreened camo shirt from Glenn Forster

The Good, the Bad & the Deadly silkscreen on the back of a Spartan Real Tree button up camouflage jacket from the collection of Glenn Forster. GBD wore this camo likely from 1991 until 1993 at least.

Real Tree Spartan Camo shirt from Glenn Forster with GBD logo.
Real Tree Spartan Camo shirt from Glenn Forster with GBD logo.

Pictures in the logo is a early cocker with a One Armed Bandit and l stock and vert 20oz tank.

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