A detachable collar dating from circa 1930s for a man's shirt, made from blue and white Edinburgh striped calendered Xylonite, a trade name for cellulose nitrate. The turn down collar has reinforced stud or button holes at the front and an un-reinforced stud or button hole at the centre back. It is complete with a box which has three labels, one of which is of the Elephant and Tortoise logo of the British Xylonite company. The price of 1/3 (one shilling and threepence) has been written on the large label, crossed through and replaced with 1/- (one shilling). 10d(?) (ten pence) is also written on the same label.