This is a 1920s reprint and there is no flasher on it. It is a reprint of 201 using No.2 denim, so the guarantee ticket is also attached. None.
As you can see from the picture, it's very thick and straight.
The cloth patch that was attached to 201 has been reproduced. The material of the reprinted one is unknown, although the vintage version is described as linen.
"LEVI'S VINTAGE CLOTHING" tag is attached. It comes in booklet form, and inside, you'll find a description of the detail features and how to bare the cinchback needle Described.
It has another "LEVI'S VINTAGE CLOTHING" tag on it.
The other tag has "Made in USA" written on the back
Single-needle archival stitching on the back pocket. The upper pockets are reinforced with exposed rivets. The left pocket is shown here, but the right pocket does not have a red tab.
Black lacquered donut buttons with black lacquer paint, "LEVI STRAUSS & CO" It has an engraving of the The magnetic response shows that it is made of iron, the same as the vintage.
It has a top button and three fly buttons attached.
The top button is engraved "LEVI STRAUSS & CO" like the top button. Donut button. It is also made of black lacquered iron, the same as the top button.
top button (back)
The engraving on the back of the button was "4420", a familiar number in LVC.
For a 1920s model, suspender buttons, cinch back, and belt loops are all included. They are. The cinchback hardware is made so that when cut with a nipper, it becomes a double-needle, and is shown in the booklet above. The procedure for cutting is explained in the tag. Note that the fittings do not have a magnetic response.
The "o" is not lower-cased like the rivets used before the war, and the color is slightly darker. The color of the rivets is slightly darkened. No magnetic response.
"L.S & CO" and "S.F." stamped on it. No magnetic response here either.
The 201 also has the same coin pocket as the 501. Both the coin pocket and the other side of the fabric are used horizontally. The suspender buttons are the same as the top button.
coin pocket (back)
The part of selvedge is used.
It's a reissue of No. 2 denim, so it has blue ears. Chain stitching at hem. The pitch of the hem stitching is fine.
It's hard to tell from the photo, but it's dyed quite darkly, which is relatively high for an LVC fabric. Slubby feeling is more pronounced. Very little neping, but some uneven weave is visible in places.