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Coydog on May 12, 2014
Hope you were nice to your mamas this Mother's Day! And at least as devoted as Danny and Donny were.
at 9:13AM, May 16, 2014
Very interesting - Thanks Coydog!
at 10:47PM, May 15, 2014
That symbol is the "broad arrow" and it had its origins as a heraldic device in the middle ages, but in the later centuries became a mark to denote government property - not just prison uniforms but any equipment belonging to the crown, such as military gear. You might still find such items in the antique and military surplus markets.
at 1:53PM, May 14, 2014
Another Monique touch. She explained to me (if I remember correctly) that the uniform he's wearing is authentic for the time period of the 19th century prison system in England. Upside down arrows and all. She can explain it better, but that's the gist of it. Dee - TC writer dude
at 8:49AM, May 14, 2014
Fantastic! What's the significance of those upside-down arrow symbols on his clothes (if there is any)?