Very few clear photos of these jerseys exist. And none are good enough to simply copy to make a pattern from. Here, I have superimposed art I drew from one such jersey on top of another jersey photo, scaled to the same size. You can see that NOTHING lines up. These old jersey designs are all somewhat unique from player to player, drawn originally by hand on heavy paper, the paper pricked with hundreds of pinholes on the outline of the (red) top layer of the word, , laid on top of the red felt, and talcum powder dusted on top. The resulting ghostly lines provided all the guidance the tailor would have to cut it out with a sharp pair of scissors. The red felt was stitched to a solid piece of navy felt, and by hand and using only his eye, the tailor would cut the outline.