Uniforms, Tunics, Pants

(Officer, NCO and Enlisted Ranks)

 

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The Heer (Army)

 

 

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Heer Infantry Oberst Tunic and Greatcoat, attributed

Field-grey whipcord wool privately tailored tunic with five button front and pleated and scalloped pockets.  Matte silver collar tabs and shoulderboards on white branch color backing for Infantry, collar tabs are machine-applied. Breast eagle is officer quality bullion, hand-applied.  Ostfront ribbon at second button hole, loops for a three awards on left breast pocket, loops for one award (DKiG) on right pocket. An offset ribbon bar loop above left pocket. No tailor label or name tag.  Includes a greatcoat made of very high quality, field-grey doeskin with Infantry Oberst shoulderboards, no tailor label or name tag. Tunic has a couple small holes in right sleeve, greatcoat has slight abrasion on right sleeve but otherwise excellent.  Consignor reports acquisition from occupation-duty veteran who purchased items from wife of Oberst Alfred Wittmann, Knights Cross recipient. Tunic characteristics appear to match period photo of Wittmann (see detailed listing). Medals are shown for display only and not included.

 

 

 

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#5629

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Heer Infantry Officer Waffenrock and Trousers

Field-grey very finely ribbed, high quality tricot wool privately tailored parade dress tunic with white piping down the front panel, around the collar and on the cuffs. Eight button front (lower button is not buttoned in photo). Brite silver collar tabs and shoulderboards, on white branch color backing for Infantry, the boards having a secondary underlay color of grey indicating Reserve officer and “21” gold regimental numerals. Beautiful hand-embroidered brite silver/aluminum breast eagle, hand-applied. Loops for two breast awards and a medal bar. Dress aiguliette is included.  Long, stone grey trousers in high quality matching tricot material with white piping down the side seams. Just very light wear to piping on front of tunic, trousers have wear at bottom edge from heal of shoes.  Medals are shown for display only and not included.

 

 

 

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#5616

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Heer Pioneers Oberstleutnant Uniform and Headgear

Field-grey fine ribbed tricot wool privately tailored tunic with five button front and pleated and scalloped pockets.  Matte silver collar tabs and shoulderboards on black branch color backing for Pioneer, both hand-applied. Breast eagle is officer quality bullion, hand-applied.  EKII and Ostfront ribbons at second button hole, loops for a single award on left breast pocket. Tailor label at neck and name tag at inside pocket.  Includes breeches of stone grey wool with leather thigh reinforcements (these are named to a separate officer and Knights Cross recipient and were added to this grouping to complete it).  Also included is a Pioneer piped officers sidecap and Erel Pioneer piped officers visor cap.

 

$2400

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Heer Panzer-Aufklärungs Officers Assault Gun Wrapper and Pants

A privately tailored, custom-made assault gun wrapper and matching pants for an Oberleutnant of the 6th panzer regiment.  The wrap and pants are tailored from a very high-quality, fine green wool tricot indicative of this being the officer’s “best” uniform.  The lining is a grey-green artificial silk with brushed cotton reinforcements, one angled slit pocket on the left panel and one horizontal straight pocket on the right.  Insignia is all high quality, bright bullion consisting of sew-in shoulderboards each with a single pip and “6” cipher, machine-applied collar tabs and a breast eagle that is hand-applied. An EKII ribbon is sewn to the front panel top button hole and there are award loops for a ribbon bar and two badges.  The trousers are of matching material with a six-button fly and single-button and tie ankle closures.  Absolutely pristine condition.

 

$6895

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Heer Pink Piped Panzer Wrapper and Pants

Second pattern black wool panzer feldjacke with pink piped collar for an enlisted man in the 11th Panzer regiment.  Jacket is size and unit stamped “4/Pz Regt 11” and lined in grey cotton twill. The armpit reinforcement material has been cut-out when sew-down straps were removed and replaced with straps that are sewn down at the shoulder seam and secured with field-grey “4” marked pebbled buttons. Shoulder straps are pink piped and have regimental number “11” chain stitched in pink to the top. Breast eagle is zig-zag sewn, piped collar tabs are machine-applied. EKII ribbon sewn through top button hole, single award loop on left breast.  Includes a pair of black wool panzer trousers with button fly and cloth adjustment belt & buckle, leg opening secured by single button and tie straps.  Size and manufacturer marked. Jacket and trousers in excellent condition.  Trousers have repair on crease at back of both legs.

 

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Heer Panzer Officers Tunic

1940 model privately tailored officer tunic for an Oberst serving in the Panzer service. High quality field-grey, tricot wool tunic, five button front with scalloped and pleated pockets and French cuffs. There are multiple loops for awards on the left breast pocket and loops for a long ribbon bar.  An Ost Medal ribbon is sewn to the second button hole, with the sides hand-stitched as well.  The left sleeve has a  Krim shield hand-applied. Shoulderboards and collar tabs are pink piped, the boards have gold “5” regimental ciphers and two pips, an officers hand-embroidered silver bullion breast eagle is hand-applied.  Tailor label and name tag with officer at inside pocket.  Excellent condition with some light stains to the left sleeve but no noticeable holes or mothing. Larger size.

 

$2500

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HeerAfrikakorps” Panzer Tropical Tunic

1940 first model tropical tunic in olive green cotton twill in textbook manufacture, showing light wear and no damage. Insignia consists of properly-applied tropical breast eagle and enlisted collar tabs and a pair of very-rare Panzer pink piped tropical shoulder straps. Additionally, two metal totenkopf emblems are applied to each lapel (indicative of Panzer units).  The right sleeve has an Afrikakorps cufftitle hand-applied, the left sleeve has a tropical Gefreiter rank chevron and tropical signals trade patch, both hand-applied.  The left breast has two sets of loops for awards and there is an EKII ribbon hand-applied to the top button hole. Interior is size and issue stamped.  Removable buttons are all consistent in wear and age.  Excellent condition and a very rare Panzer unit first pattern combat tunic.

 

$6000

#5517

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HeerFeldherrnhalle” NCO Tunic

1943 pattern feldbluse with six button front, rounded pocket flaps, hooks for wearing the collar closed and belt ramp hooks installed at front and back.  The interior is lined in a brown rayon with size stamps on the right panel.  The collar is piped in bright silver tresse with machine-sewn collar patches with Artillery red branch stripes.  Shoulder straps are slip-on, piped in red with silver tresse surround for the rank of Unteroffizier.  Breast eagle is silver metallic-woven for NCO/officers, hand-applied.  The left lower sleeve features the bevo woven “Feldhernhalle” cuff title, machine applied. An EKII ribbon is hand-sewn to the second buttonhole from the collar. A signals personnel badge in red is hand-applied to the left sleeve. Excellent condition, except for two small holes in the left breast pocket for badges.

$2600

#5518

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HeerInfanterie Regiment List” NCO Tunic

1936 pattern feldbluse with six button front, scalloped and pleated pockets and bottle green collar. The interior is lined in a brown cotton twill with size stamps on the right panel.  The collar is piped in bright silver tresse with machine-sewn collar patches with white Infantry branch stripes.  Shoulder straps are slip-on, piped in white with silver tresse surround for the rank of Unteroffizier and a double tresse bar at the base indicating an officer aspirant.  Breast eagle is silver metallic-woven for NCO/officers, hand-applied. Loops for a single award badge on left breast pocket. The left lower sleeve features the machine embroidered “Infanterie Regiment List” cuff title, hand-applied. Tunic is in excellent, pristine condition and a smaller size.

$2500

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Heer Panzer Officers Leather Coat

Field-worn grey leather officers coat for a Leutnant of Panzer Schools.  The base leather coat shows a moderate amount of natural wear but the heavy pebbled leather is still in very good to excellent condition with no abrasions or cracking, just a bit of soiling in typical places and light discoloration.  One of the front panel buttons has come off (but it is in the pocket and can be resewn), otherwise all internal and external buttons remain in place.  The interior is lined in brown cotton and has an opening for a dagger hanger.  The slip-on shoulderboards show heavy wear, one of which has come apart at the piping so that the wire reinforcement can be seen.  The boards are matte silver cords for the rank of Leutnant, are pink piped for Panzer branch of service and each have a gold, Gothic “S” indicating service in the Panzer Schule (schools).

$650

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Heer Tropical Tunic

Third pattern, Heer tropical tunic for an enlisted man.  All of the insignia has been restored, though there are no shoulder straps, and an Afrikakorps cufftitle has been added. All of the replacement insignia is AK vintage. Typical late pattern, five button open lapel tropical tunic with some light wear but no damage.  All buttons are intact and appear original to the tunic with matching wear.

$950

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#5194

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Leather Panzer Wrap and Pants

Black leather panzer wrap and pants as issued to various branches of service in the later stages of the war.  Often referred to as an “SS” leather wrap because of the style of cut, these were observed to be worn by armoured crews in the Heer, SS and Hermann Goring division as well as Kriegsmarine U-Boat crews.  Both the wrap and pants appear to be unissued with the pants still retaining a paper tag (the wrap has remnants of paper tags adhered to the inside of the arms).  Both pieces are profusely marked with size and manufacturer stamps and are in excellent condition.  The pants have some wear to the suspenders and belt straps and on a fold seam from storage.  All buttons are intact and both pieces have absolutely no damage to the leather (except for the wear mentioned to the pants).  Great looking display piece!

$4000

#4655

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Heer Camouflage Reversible Winter Parka

Double breasted style reversible parka with the swamp/marsh (tan/water) pattern camo image on one side and winter white on the reversible side. Jacket shows moderate to heavy wear with a fair amount of fraying, small holes and soiling….a definite, field used and worn combat vet.  Jacket appears to have all buttons intact (except for one of the left sleeve buttons), with some camo side buttons possibly replaced and reverse buttons painted white, with a small metal dished button on the left sleeve.  Drawstrings are present on both the hood and waist.  Nice, salty piece!

SOLD

#5615

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Heer Late Pattern Grey Wool Shirt for Panzer Troops

Grey wool pullover shirt with five button front V-panel opening and laydown collar, 1943 pattern.  Two patch pockets, pleated and scalloped with button closures. Cuffed sleeves with single button closure.  All buttons grey pressed paper.  Manufacturer tag still sewn to front.

$800

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The Luftwaffe

 

 

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Luftwaffe Oberstleutnant of General Staff, named

Blue-grey tricot wool privately tailored four pocket tunic with buttons under the right shoulderboard and between the top two tunic buttons for attachment of adjutant cords. Silver bullion hand-embroidered collar tabs and shoulderboards on carmine branch color backing for General Staff, both hand-applied.  Shoulderboards are slip-on style, but have been sewn into the shoulder seam (one side coming loose). Breast eagle is officer quality hand-embroidered and has been resewn.  Loops for a ribbon bar and three awards.  Tailor label at neck, name tag loosely attached to inside pocket. Different tailor on tunic name tag, likely from when assigned to General Staff and insignia was changed out (if you’ve read “Soldat” by Siegfried Knappe, there’s an interesting account of when he graduated from General Staff and was given new carmine insignia and fabric for lampassen to upgrade his uniform. He went to a local German tailor for the upgrade and the tailor didn’t know how to apply lampassen!). Includes long pants with carmine colored lampassen (side adornment stripes).

 

 

 

$2400

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Luftwaffe “Hermann Goring” Assault Gun (Sturmartillerie) Wrapper

A field-grey wrapper for an enlisted man serving in the Sturmartillerie of the Hermann Goring Division.  The wrap is one of those considered to be manufactured only for the HG division and is marked “344” on the inside blue-grey rayon lining. The wrap exterior is made of blue and orange-brown fibers giving it more of a brown hue, with most assembly stitching in a blue-grey thread.  Insignia consists of a machine-applied breast eagle, two pin-on totenkopf collar devices and a pair of shoulder straps constructed of wool and lining material of the same fabric as the jacket.  A Hermann Goring cufftitle is machine-applied to the left sleeve.  The underside of the collar has been reinforced with a field-grey wool secured with a double layered prayer stitch.  There are loops for a single award on the left breast.  Excellent condition with no damage, mothing or holes.

$9700

 

#5574

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Luftwaffe Flak NCO Tunic

Blue-grey gabardine four-pocket tunic for a Unteroffizier in the 64th Flak regiment. Tunic is regulation tricot wool in blue-grey with silver pebbled buttons, piped in bright red twist cord around the collar. Enlisted breast eagle appears hand-applied, NCO tresse and collar tabs are machine-applied.  Shoulder straps are embroidered with “64”, sewn into shoulder seam and secured by silver pebbled buttons.  Interior is lined in a green-grey rayon, no tailor or nametag. There are loops for three breast badges.  One snag repair to upper left sleeve, collar piping is coming loose at rear neck area.  Larger size.

$1550

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Luftwaffe Formal Evening Dress Uniform, Rare Branch Color

Beautiful evening dress uniform for a very rare branch color.  Grouping consists of jacket, aiguillette, white & blue-grey vests and dress pants. Orange branch color was for “Officers and medical officers awaiting posting (at disposition)”.  Roman numerals were worn by officers of regional air commands.  Orange underlay was worn from 1935 until June of ’39 when they were instructed to wear the badge cloth of their previous assignment (or golden yellow if they never had a branch of service previously assigned to).  The metal balloon device and oakleaves below it sewn to the sleeve was worn by members of the balloon service of the early DLV.  The balloon was typically metal on blue gray badge cloth and a version exists with embroidered oakleaves below it (speculation is that it may have been the forerunner to the balloon pilots badge). 

$3000

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Luftwaffe “Hermann Goring” Fliegerbluse

Blue-grey fliegerbluse for a Gefreiter of Flak/Artillery in the Hermann Goring Division.  Heavy, later war wool construction with artificial silk lining with blue plastic buttons on front panels & cuffs and pebbled buttons for shoulderstrap attachment.  Factory applied machine embroidered breast eagle.  White backed badgecloth collar tabs are branch piped in red for Flak units.  Shoulder straps are white piped and of matching blue gray wool.  Left sleeve has a 2nd pattern “Hermann Goring” enlisted ranks cufftitle machine embroidered over a dark blue soft wool backing.  Tunic is in very good condition with no noticeable tears or holes.  It is missing the bottom front panel blue plastic button.

$2400

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The Kriegsmarine

 

 

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Kriegsmarine Korvettenkapitan of Medical, named

Dark blue-black doeskin, nearly flawless except for a small repair at the collar. Beautiful hand-embroidered gold bullion breast eagle is hand-applied, T-bar shoulderboards are inserted into the shoulder openings and secured by screw-post buttons.  Sleeve rank insignia is properly tailor-applied at sleeve seams with Medical career insignia centered above. Kliederkasse of Kiel tailor label at neck, name of officer on tag inside pocket. Loops for a small ribbon bar on left breast.

$2000

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Kriegsmarine Black Leather Trousers, near mint

Black leather foul weather trousers commonly used by U-Boat crews.  These are in near-mint condition, the leather is still soft, smooth and supple.  There is some wear to the creases from being folded and stored on a hanger.  Maker and size marked inside.  No fur lining.

$1000

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Waffen SS & Allgemeine SS

 

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#5604

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Waffen SS “Wiking” NCO Tunic

SS contract-made M36 style field blouse for an Unterscharfuhrer of Infantry serving in the “Wiking” Division.  Field-grey wool tunic with pleated and scalloped pockets and adjustable sleeves.  Tunic has been period modified with cuffs shortened, sleeve buttons removed and sewn down, also lower pocket bellows have been sewn down.  There are loops for a ribbon bar and two breast badges and an EKII ribbon sewn to the button hole.  Sleeve eagle is factory applied, collar insignia and cufftitle are all hand-applied, NCO tresse is machine-applied to the collar.  Interior has the typical SS contract-manufacture details of a two-step angled lining, horizontal button hole on the medical pocket, correct size markings, etc.  The inside panel is stamped with the manufacturer name.  There are a few small holes on the back panel and the upper rear sleeves.  Shows honest, light use and wear and all modifications and insignia application appear consistent to the period.

 

$12,000

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#5575

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Waffen SS M44/45 Tunic

Late war issue tunic with short waist and five button front.  Made from a coarse German wool in a “Fedlgrau 44” olive-green color, the tunic has closed sleeves, patch pockets with straight flaps, an open collar that can be closed at the neck, bridles for shoulder straps and field-grey pebbled buttons.  Insignia consists of an enlisted style machine-woven sleeve eagle of light grey on black, machine-applied in a zig-zag pattern. The tunic is not lined, but does have two different color and type of grey hbt material used to reinforce the side panels, upper pockets and arm openings. Reverse of collar has large zig-zag reinforcement stitching and only a single, partial horizontal reinforcement stitch.

$2700

#5524

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Waffen SS Camo Smock

Model 42, Type 1 “Blurred Edge” camouflage smock featuring foliage loops, underarm vents and buttoned pocket flaps.  Reversible design with summer/fall patterns printed on each side. Horizontal pockets have field grey pebbled button closure and bag pockets lining is made from a green hbt material. All foliage loops are intact.  There are some minor repairs to underarm vent holes around the edges.  Some elasticity remains in the sleeves. Excellent condition with minimal wear.

$9600

#5522

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Waffen SS Artillery Officer Tunic

Model 36 tailor-made service uniform for an Obersturmfuhrer of the Waffen SS serving in the Artillery.  Field grey high quality tricot wool tunic with four-button front and an unusual button and strap hidden collar closure.  Breast pockets have a very pronounced scallop and the collar points are very long.  There are loops for a long ribbon bar and three awards on the left breast.  Insignia is all officer quality and consists of silver aluminum hand-embroidered runic tab and rank tab with three pips and rank tresse, both edge piped in silver cord and machine-applied, a pair of sew-in shoulderboards with single, gold rank pips and a hand-embroidered bullion sleeve eagle, hand-applied. The interior is lined in a brown/gold rayon, no maker or name tag.  Another interesting feature is the split cuffs at the back.  This tunic is featured on pages 196-201 of the Michael Beaver book “Uniforms of the Waffen SS, Volume I” if you’re looking for additional information and photos.

 

 

 

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Waffen SS NCO Tunic

Model 39-40 tailor-made field tunic for an SS-Hauptscharfuhrer of Engineers/Pioneer.  Coarse field-grey/brown wool with a six button front and scalloped and pleated pockets.  The bottle green collar has machine-applied silver tresse of the diamond pattern.  The left breast pocket has loops for three award badges and there is an EKII ribbon sewn to the second button hole.  Insignia consists of machine-embroidered officer version of the runic tab and a rank tab with two metal pips and tresse, both machine-applied, a pair of slip-on shoulder straps piped in black rayon (appears dark green at top from fading, black underneath) and a flatwire officer sleeve eagle hand-applied.  The interior is lined in a silver-grey rayon, no tailor label or owner name tag.

$11,750

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Allgemeine SS Cape

Black wool, tailor-made cape for an Obersturmfuhrer in the 29th Standarte Lindau Foot Regiment.  Cape is approximately 93cm from shoulder to bottom hem and is made from black wool.  There is a three button hidden closure on the front with a hook closure at the collar as well as a button closure at the neck.  Hidden buttons are brushed cotton cloth covered, neck closure button is silver pebbled “Extra Fein”.  Collar is silver aluminum cord piped and has two small holes around the inside left neck area.  Insignia consists of silver twist cord piped collar tabs, right side hand-embroidered “29” and left side rank tab with three pips and litzen.  Both tabs are hand-sewn to the collar.  The interior of the cape is lined in black brushed cotton and has a tailor label below the back collar.  The exterior and interior are very clean with no holes or snags except what was noted around the inside left collar area.  Great display piece!

$7050

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Waffen SS Officers Overcoat

Field grey Heer style wool greatcoat with bottle green collar badged for an Untersturmfuhrer in the Waffen SS.  The base coat is in excellent condition showing just very minor wear and no damage, abrasions, holes or mothing. There is some moisture staining to the interior lining on the bottom right side but obviously not visible on display.  The coat is lined in a green artificial silk.  The shoulders show no evidence of previous insignia, so this coat was tailored to this rank.  The insignia consists of a pair of subdued shoulderboards piped in white with a black underlay, a pair of silver piped collar tabs with an officer quality hand-embroidered runic tab and a beautiful hand-embroidered officers sleeve eagle.  There is a dagger hanger and clip suspended to the inner lining.  There is a tailors nametag sewn to the inside pocket with the officers name identification carefully cut-out.

$5200

 

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Diplomatic Foreign Office Uniform

Tunic and pants for a higher ranking Foreign Office official serving in the Diplomatic service.  Tunic is tailor-made from a deep navy blue high quality tricot wool and is an open collar, double breasted style with lower slant pockets and is a large size.  There are loops for a long ribbon bar at the top and loops for numerous breast badges.  Insignia consists of gold buttons with the Reich eagle surmounting a globe and a beautifully hand-embroidered gold wire eagle & wreath with a single star in the middle. According to the book by Jill Halcomb, this rank would be considered a Chief Official (Group 1).  This would indicate the highest salary grade or “rank”.  Accompanying the jacket is a pair of long pants in matching fabric.  Jacket and pants are un-named.  Condition is excellent with no damage or mothing.

SOLD

#4929

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Diplomatic Tunic

Dark, navy blue double breasted tunic for a diplomatic official in the Foreign Service, Group I, Pay Group B3.  Tunic is constructed of a doeskin wool with lower slash pockets, French cuffs and three button front closure (with 8 silver colored diplomatic buttons).  The collar is edge piped in aluminum twist cord and the left sleeve is adorned with an aluminum bullion hand embroidred pay group insignia consisting of a left facing eagle, wreath surround and three horizontal stars, over a navy blue backing.  Interior is lined in a black, brushed cotton and has a tailors label from Friedr. Dahnk of Dresden.  Tunic is in excellent condition with no mothing, holes or snags.

$7900

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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#5571

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Heer Infantry Officer Piped Tunic

1940 model privately tailored officer tunic for a Major serving in the Infantry. High quality field-grey, whipcord wool tunic, five button front with scalloped and pleated pockets, piped in white along front edge, collar and French cuffs. A set of three loops on the right breast pocket (DKiG), three pairs of loops on the left breast and loops for a ribbon bar.  EKII and Ost Medal ribbons sewn to the second button hole.  Shoulderboards and collar tabs are in bright silver aluminum embroidery, an officers hand-embroidered silver bullion breast eagle is hand-applied.  Tailor label and name tag with officer at inside pocket.  Excellent condition with no visible issues and a larger size, perfect for display.

SOLD

#5572

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Heer Infantry NCO Field Tunic

1936 model field tunic for an Oberfeldwebel of the 23rd Infantry regiment. Field-grey wool, five button front with bottle green collar, scalloped and pleated pockets. Factory-applied aluminum machine-woven officer quality breast eagle on dark green backing, machine-sewn enlisted collar tabs, machine-applied NCO tresse sewn around collar.  Shoulder straps are slip-on and a large size, with bright silver aluminum tresse, two silver pips and silver numerals “23” attached between the pips. An EKII ribbon is sewn to the second button hole from the top, there are two sets of loops for awards on the left breast pocket and two sets of loops above the pocket for a ribbon bar and combat award.  Interior is lined in a brown cotton material, belt ramp clips sewn to bottom pockets.  Size and maker stamped on inside right panel, some minor wear to material above medical pocket.  Button-in, white cotton neck guard.  Excellent condition with just minor wear.

SOLD

#5573

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Heer Jaeger Troops NCO Summer Weight Tunic

1941 pattern lightweight tunic for an Feldwebel serving in the Mountain Troops in the summer or tropical regions. Light brown cotton blend with six button front with scalloped and pleated pockets, French cuffs and a bottle green, ribbed wool collar.  Factory-applied aluminum machine-woven officer quality breast eagle on tan/light-green backing, machine-sewn enlisted collar tabs, machine-applied NCO tresse sewn around collar.  Shoulder straps are slip-on, piped in green with single silver pips, secured by field-grey pebbled buttons with the numeral “6”.  The right sleeve has an Edelweis patch and a Weapons Maintenance Sergeant patch, both hand-applied. Two sets of award loops on the left breast and two loops above for a ribbon bar or combat award. EKII ribbon sewn to button hole. Interior is partially lined in green hbt material. Small size, very clean.

SOLD

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Heer Lightweight Officers Uniform

A lightweight/summer weight field tunic for an Oberleutnant serving in the Cavalry units.  Tunic is a five button front with scalloped and pleated pockets and constructed from a lightweight cotton twill fabric for wear in warmer climates or summer months.  All insignia appears to be original to the tunic and is in excellent condition showing just a modest amount of wear from use.  Note; the tabs were removed when the tunic was modified with the addition of a green collar and then resewn by hand. The bullion breast eagle is an excellent example and still retains a nice, bright finish.  There is a six place ribbon bar attached to the loops on the left breast pocket, but there are no other loops for badges. There is a large, patch pocket on the left interior breast as well as a dagger hanger and clip. The base tunic is a very clean example with no damages, but there is a some slight discoloration and fading across the back of the tunic and across the front upper breast area.  It would be a great tunic for a display focused on the Southern Russia conflict.

 

SOLD

#5413

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Heer Panzer Officers Uniform

Privately tailored Tunic for a Oberleutnant in the Panzer troops branch of the Heer.  Tunic is a field grey six button front with pleated and scalloped pockets made from a very soft tricot wool.  Overall the base tunic is in very good to excellent condition with the only noticeable flaw being a small stain near the right breast pocket.  The insignia is matching in age and wear, with slip-on Panzer backed shoulderboards secured to the tunic by screwpost buttons.  There is a single set of loops on the left breast pocket for a combat badge, and a ribbon bar secured to the upper breast.  The inside of the tunic has the tailors label and a name tag with the officers name “Moschler” hand-written and dated 1942.  Very nice display piece which fits the standard mannequins perfectly.

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Heer Cavalry Parade Dress Officers Uniform

Privately tailored dress tunic or “waffenrock” for an Oberstleutnant serving in the Cavalry branch of service.  Base tunic is a standard cut waffenrock parade tunic made from high quality finely woven ribbed wool and piped in golden yellow down the front panel, collar and cuffs.  Insignia is all hand-embroidered of the finest quality with the cuff and collar tabs embroiderd in silver which has colored to a dark tone with age and air exposure. The breast eagle is one of the nicest examples encountered.  There are provisions for a medal bar on the breast as well as four breast badges.  The grouping includes an aiguillette, brocade dress belt and buckle and a pair of golden yellow piped dress long trousers.  A couple of small soil spots on the tunic and some holes at the back of the collar, otherwise in very good condition.

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#5432

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Heer Tropical Uniform

Third pattern 1944 dated tropical tunic with black piped shoulder straps indicating the rank of an Unteroffizier in the Engineers.  Regulation third pattern tunic has a tropical pattern eagle in the typical high placed position unique to these later tunics.  All insignia is matching tropical kit including the non-regulation copper colored collar tresse.  An “Afrika” campaign cufftitle is rather sturdily attached to the left cuff.  There are loops for a single breast badge on the left breast.  The condition is excellent with just very light wear.  Accompanying the tunic is a pair of standard corduroy olive breeches with leg tie straps.  Both the tunic and breeches are size and maker stamped.

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Feldherrnhalle” Officers Tunic

Officer tailored field tunic for a Leutnant of Artillery in the Feldhernnhalle Korps.  Tunic is tailor made six button front with scalloped pockets and artificial silk lining with dagger hanger.  Insignia consists of a matching pair of officer collar tabs and shoulderboards, the boards having Feldherrnhalle ciphers attached to the center or each.  The regulation Feldherrnhalle cufftitle is affixed to the left sleeve and attached in a manner consistent with Third Reich era application.  Very clean tunic with no issues and part of a Feldherrnhalle uniform collection that was consigned here years ago and is now available once again.

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Heer Infantry Officer Grouping

Here’s an opportunity to acquire a fantastic grouping to an Infantry officer who was killed in action.  The feature item is his mint service tunic, which is near flawless and was most likely his home tunic worn for dress and formal occasions.  Accompanying the tunic is a small grouping of documents to this officer, including a studio portrait of him wearing this exact tunic with the very distinct collars and collar tab placement.  Among the various documents are; his Wehrpass, identity books from his time served in the RAD, various photos from his time in the service, a death notification personal letter from the commanding officer to his wife, a hand-drawn map showing the location of his burial in the field (with two other soldiers), some hand written letters and official documents relating to his death.

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#5393

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Heer Panzer Officers Leather Coat

Probably one of the more iconic uniform items German officers wore was the leather greatcoat for officers.  This particular piece makes for a stunning display in soft, grey naturally worn leather highlighted by a pair of pink piped, Oberleutnant of Panzer School No. 2 shoulderboards showing an equal amount of wear and character.  The coat condition is very good exhibiting natural wear in all of the expected places (button holes, shoulders, hems, sleeves) yet the leather is still in great condition with a nice, soft, supple feel.  The removable buttons are the same grey color as the leather and in excellent condition. The interior features are all in working condition (zippers, adjustment straps, buttons, etc.).

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#5340

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Heer Artillery Oberst Tunic

Privately tailored field blouse for an Oberst commanding artillery service. Tunic is constructed of a very high quality field grey woven wool fabric that is in excellent to near-mint condition. There are four loops for a long ribbon bar, two sets of loops on the left breast pocket and a set of loops below the pocket.  The right side breast pocket also has a set of loops (likely German Cross).  The insignia is nicely age toned with a beautifully executed hand-embroidered officers breast eagle and Oberst shoulderboards with the crossed artillery gun devices embedded between the rank pips.  Tailor’s label in the neck  is for “Carl Koch” of Hanover.  This tunic shows evidence of regular wear and use but is in wonderful condition.  Unfortunately it is not named, but with the award loops it’s likely this officer may have been promoted up to General.

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#5313

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Heer Artillery NCO Tunic and Marksman Lanyard

Model 36 four pocket Heer tunic badged for a Oberfeldwebel serving in the Artillery.  Tunic is constructed of a very high grade of wool and has no damage, holes or mothing and is in excellent to near mint condition.  The buttons still have 99% of original paint and belt hooks are present at each side.  All insignia appears to be matching in age and wear and the bottle green collar is edged in silver litzen. The breast eagle has been replaced and may be an early reproduction. The tunic was darted in the rear to provide for a more trim fit.  Included with the tunic is a Type 2 Marksman Lanyard, Grade 3 which is also in pristine condition.

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#5181

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Heer Oberstleutnant of Panzer Tunic

Ornamented, piped dress tunic for an Oberleutnant serving in the Panzer korps.  Tunic is tailor-made from a very fine, high quality tricot wool and pink branch piped around the collar, cuffs and front panel.  The insignia is matching and in perfect condition. There are a few, very light abrasions, one on the right sleeve, otherwise this tunic is in excellent condition.  There are two sets of award loops below the left breast pocket and a small ribbon bar attached to the ribbon loops.  Tunic is a larger size around the waist, but fits a mannequin well as you can see in the pics.  Interior is lined in a field grey artificial silk and shows minor wear.

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#4653

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HeerGrossdeutschland” Panzer Wrap

Black Heer panzer wrap for a Obergefreiter in the Grossdeutschland Panzer Korps. Standard Heer style, coarse wool black wrap with four hidden interior buttons and three lapel buttons. Interior is lined in black artificial silk and is un-marked. Collar tabs are standard pink piped and machine sewn.  Breast eagle is standard 1936 style machine woven white on black enlisted/nco pattern.  Left sleeve has a mouse gray, double chevron sleeve rank on black backing.  Shoulder straps are black backed with pink piping and embroidered with “GD” in a pink script with a black lining and field gray tongue.  The right sleeve has a hand sewn Grossdeutschland cufftitle that exhibits a moderate amount of fraying.

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#5341

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Heer Camouflage Winter Parka

Non-reversible Heer winter parka in a water pattern camo image on the outside of the jacket and gray rayon lining on the interior. Jacket exterior is in excellent condtion with no tears or holes.  There is some wear at the bottom of both sleeves, mostly to the interior, so while the parka is minty looking, it was worn.  The interior has some rust colored stains in a few areas but is otherwise also in excellent condtion.  There are six, large plastic buttons that secure an interior flap and the outside panel, all of which appear to be original.  All other buttons are intact as well and do not appear to have been replaced.

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#5519

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Luftwaffe “Kreta” Officer’s Fliegerbluse

Blue-grey privately-tailored gabardine tricot fliegerbluse (flyers blouse) for a Leutnant who had served in the Kreta campaign.  Standard cut fliegerbluse with a hidden four-button front and open collar piped in silver aluminum twist piping for officers, two slanted slash pockets at the waist.  Insignia consists of an officer quality hand-embroidered breast eagle on grey, and yellow backed/piped collar tabs and shoulderboards indicating the rank of Leutnant.  The left breast has a small ribbon bar and loops for three award badges.  The left lower sleeve has a “Kreta” machine-embroidered cuff title hand-applied in golden-yellow thread.  The interior is lined in a grey rayon, the tunic un-named.  The cloth hanging strap at the neck has the tailor name embroidered “Fritz Ott, Bronnen”. Very nice condition, no holes or mothing, excellent size that fits mannequins easily.

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Luftwaffe Flak Officer’s Tunic

Four pocket open collar regulation service tunic for an Oberstleutnant serving the Flak branch of the Luftwaffe.  Tunic is regulation tricot wool in blue-grey with silver pebbled buttons and tailor-made. Silver cord twist piping adorns the open collar.  There are loops for a ribbon bar and two breast badges and the tunic has two button provisions for an aiguillette (which is included). The insignia consists of matching red backed collar tabs and shoulderboards both hand-embroidered and a hand-embroidered officer’s breast eagle.  Very clean tunic, named to the officer when he was a Major.

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#5397

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Luftwaffe Hermann Goring Division Officer Tunic

A near-mint, four pocket blue-grey tailor-made officers tunic for a Leutnant of Flak serving in the Hermann Goring division.  The tunic is made from heavy tricot whipcord wool with a grey rayon lining and piped in aluminum twist cord around the collar.  The insignia consists of an early drooptail style bullion breast eagle, white backed officer collar tabs for the rank of Leutnant and brite silver shoulderboards for the rank of Leutnant with red underlay indicating the Flak branch of service.  There are four sets of loops on the left breast pocket for awards (some abrasion to the tunic underneath the center set of loops).  There is also a  ribbon bar attached to the tunic showing six awards). There is evidence of a cufftitle having been on this tunic at one time.  A small bit of soiling above the eagle, otherwise this would rate as mint.

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#5398

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Luftwaffe Major’s Officer Flyers Blouse

If you like fliegerbluse’s, this one makes for a spectacular display, as it is one of the nicest pieces I’ve ever had to offer, based on quality and display asthetics.  The blouse was obviously produced by a very high quality tailor, though both the tailor label and officers name-tag have been removed (indicating an acquisition directly from the family).  It’s a nicely cut, medium size tunic made from a very finely woven high quality tricot wool with closed button front panel and curved, lower slash pockets.  The silver bullion twist collar piping is expertly attached, highlighting the yellow backed Major rank bullion collar tabs.  The shoulderboards are regulation brite silver, five loop Major rank boards, also applied correctly. All of the insignia are original to the tunic and indicate that it was tailored to this rank, as there is no evidence of previous rank insignia or upgrades. The left breast has loops for two awards.

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#5314

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Luftwaffe Flight Officer Tunic

Four pocket, blue-grey open lapel officer tunic for a Oberleutnant of the Flight branch.  Tunic is typical fine tricot wool and is very clean with no damage or mothing.  The top left breast has loops for a ribbon bar and two sets of award loops on the lower breast.  The insignia is all textbook and matching in age and wear, though the eagle does have some small spots of corrosion.  The collar is edge piped in aluminum twist and an EKII ribbon is hand sewn into the upper button hole. The interior is lined in a dark grey rayon. Included with the tunic is an aluminum bullion dress aiguillette.  A very nice example of a Luftwaffe Officer tunic in excellent condition.

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#5315

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Luftwaffe Flight Officer Tunic

Another nice example of a four pocket, blue-grey open lapel officer tunic for a Oberleutnant of the Flight branch.  Tunic is made from a fine tricot wool in a slightly heavier weight and has absolutely no damage or mothing.  The insignia is all evenly matched in age and wear and the hand embroidered bullion breast eagle has a separately silver embroidered swastika which has nicely toned to a darker color.  The left breast has loops for a longer ribbon bar and two sets of loops for award badges. Interior is lined in a black artificial silk and has a dagger hanger strap.

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#5316

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Luftwaffe Flight NCO Tunic

Regulation four pocket, blue-grey open lapel uniform tunic for a Unteroffizier of flight. Tunic is constructed of lighter weight fine tricot wool of a high quality and has no damage or mothing.  The nco shoulder straps are sewn into the shoulder head seam.  The collar has brite silver tresse denoting nco status as well as golden yellow twist piping indicating flight branch around the circumference.  The breast eagle is an early droop tail machine embroidered with very nice detail.  On the left breast there are two sets of award loops and  a bullion Civil Gliding Proficiency badge hand sewn at the bottom of the pocket.

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Kriegsmarine Formal Dress Uniform

A very attractive, near complete assembled formal dress uniform for an officer in the Kriegsmarine.  The base of this grouping is a high quality, named dark blue frock coat for the rank of Kapitan-leutnant, sporting spectacular gold bullion epaulettes on the shoulders with a  gold bullion breast eagle and brocade sleeve rank stripes.  Also adorning the coat (and included in the grouping) is a four piece medal bar.  Topping off the coat is a fore-and-aft cap featuring some beautiful bullion embroidery work on the right side.  Other items in the grouping include a pair of blue dress pants (without stripes), white gloves, suspenders, a white shirt, attachable collar, black tie and black bow-tie (post-war) and an officers sabre by “WKC”.  Frock coat is named to “von Berger”.  Pants are named, but illegible and possibly to a different officer.

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#5196

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Kriegsmarine Oberleutnant zur See Blue Reefer Jacket

Blue reefer jacket for the rank of Oberleutnant zur See Line officer. Heavy, fine quality, twill wool jacket with black rayon lining and dual interior slit pockets.  Beautifully executed hand embroidered gold bullion breast eagle exhibiting a nicely aged gold. The sleeve rank stripes and career line insignia are in brite gold celleon, adding a nice contrast to the eagle and buttons.  All buttons are intact and matching maker marked. Inside left sleeve near armpit is stamped. Excellent condition with no mothing or damage.

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#5317

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NSDAP Ortsgruppe Uniform

Brown NSDAP political leaders uniform for an Abschnittsleiter in the Ortsgruppe (second highest rank at the Orts level).  Grouping consists of a 1939 pattern service tunic, brown pullover shirt, tie and breeches.  Tunic is constructed of a high quality brown whipcord wool and is in excellent condition with no holes or damage (slight stain on back).  There are loops for three awards on the left breast, and an EKII ribbon in the buttonhole. Affixed to the tunic are two rank collar tabs piped in blue on brown velvet backing with metal devices.  The left sleeve has a blue piped NSDAP armband for an Ortsgruppe Zellenleiter level.  Breeches are matching whipcord wool and have 7 button ankle closures.  Very nice, matching and complete uniform.

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#5017

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Heer Black Panzer NCO Wrap & Pants

Full, black Heer panzer uniform for a NCO in the Panzer Korps in absolute mint condition. Standard Heer style, black wool wrap with hidden button closure. Interior is lined in brown brushed cotton and is profusely marked, with maker markings to “Peek & Cloppenburg”. Collar tabs are standard pink piped and machine sewn.  Breast eagle is standard 1936 style machine woven white on black enlisted/nco pattern.  Shoulder straps are sew-in, black backed with pink piping and rank tresse.  There are three upper breast award loops to accommodate a ribbon bar and two lower breast loops for a single combat award. Trousers are also in beautiful condition, well marked with both size and maker stampings.  If you like minty condition uniforms, this is a great piece to add to your collection.

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#5010

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Heer Panzer Troops, named Officer Tunic

Privately tailored tunic and long pants for an officer (Leutnant) serving in the Panzer Troops, complete with a name tag stitched inside both the tunic and pants.  Tunic is a six button front feldbluse tailored in a very high quality, fine tricot which is in very good condition with one small period repair above the eagle.  All insignia is matching in age and wear and also in very good condition.  The left breast pocket has period applied loops for three combat awards and an EKII ribbon is stitched into the button hole.  The long pants are a slightly different shade of field gray and also of a high quality, fine tricot (which the moths seem to have loved as there are numerous moth holes).  Both the pants and tunic are named with tailor tags from the same Bremen tailor.  A very nice, named and researchable uniform grouping for the Panzer elite.

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Heer Panzer Troops, named EM Tunic

Another nice, field worn combat tunic for an enlisted man serving in the Panzer Troops, and this one has a name tag stitched inside.  Tunic is the five button front, 1940 dated feldbluse which is in very good to excellent condition with no tears, snags, repairs or mothing.  Some soiling around the neck/collar area. The breast eagle is factory applied and original to the tunic as are the collar tabs.  The left sleeve rank chevron has been hand stitched.  Shoulder straps are matching pink piped and show wear even with the rest of the tunic and insignia.  The left breast pocket has period applied loops for three combat awards and an EKII ribbon is stitched into the button hole.  The inside is well marked to include the soldiers name tag and unit assignments.  Great combat piece without some of the damage usually associated with field worn garments.

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#4948

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Heer Jaeger Troops EM Tunic

Field worn combat tunic for an enlisted man serving in the Jaeger (Mountain) Troops.  Tunic is the six button front, M42 feldbluse with subdued insignia, in very good condition with no tears, snags, repairs or mothing, only some very slight staining on one collar tab.  Breast eagle is factory applied, tabs appear to be applied later (but period).  Jaeger sleeve patch and Oberschutze sleeve chevron are both period hand applied.  Shoulder straps are matching green piped showing even wear.  The left breast pocket has period applied loops for three combat awards.  The inside medical pouch still contains the original issue bandage packet.  Overall, a very nice, clean “one-looker” field worn tunic for a decorated enlisted man in the very desirable branch of Mountain Troops.

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#4949

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Heer Tropical Tunic, Signals EM

Very salty, field worn late war, 3rd model tropical tunic for a Gefreiter in the Signals branch of service.  Tunic is a copper brown hue that is heavily sunbleached with some stains, snags and minor repairs. Buttons are green painted, with fading & wear. Tropical shoulder straps are piped in lemon yellow, for signals.  Breast eagle is the triangular version of gray eagle over light green backing, and machine sewn.  The collar tabs are also the gray/green style and factory applied.  Gefreiter sleeve chevron is brown cotton twill with copper colored tresse in the Heer pattern.  Nice, field worn tropical tunic, unlike the majority of 3rd pattern unissued depot Queens that are often encountered.

 

 

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#4791

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Heer M44 Officer Field Blouse

Heavy olive brown wool M44 style field blouse, custom-tailored and altered for an officer (Hauptmann) in the artillery units.  Modifications to the blouse include the removal of the upper patch pockets.  Age and tone of collar tabs and shoulderboards appear to match nicely.  Boards at one time had unit devices attached, but look to have been period removed.  Left breast area has numerous award loops and a loops above pocket for ribbon bar or combat clasp.  Tunic exhibits minor wear and has a few small abrasions as well as one tiny, pencil point size hole in the back panel and on the back of one sleeve.  Interior is marked with sizing, date and manufacturers code.

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#5039

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Heer Infantry Officer Tunic

Tailor-made, six button M36 style tunic for a Leutnant serving in the 80th Infantry regiment. Tunic is made from a mid-grade heavy field gray wool and has matte field gray pebbled, hollow back dished buttons.  There are three loops for a ribbon bar and two sets of loops on the left breast pocket for combat awards. An EKII ribbon is hand-sewn to the 2nd button hole.  Insignia all has a consistent age and wear.  One of the regimental “0” ciphers on the left shoulderboard may have been replaced.  The interior is lined in a green artificial silk and has a dagger hanger.  Both interior and exterior are in very good condition with no mothing, holes or tears.  Nice, solid officer tunic showing minimal wear. Would go perfectly with the 80th regiment greatciat listed below.

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#4654

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HeerAfrikakorps” Panzer Wrap

Black Heer panzer wrap for a Obergefreiter in the “Afrikakorps” Panzer Korps. Standard Heer style black wrap with four hidden interior buttons and three lapel buttons. Interior is lined in gray cotton rib and marked with maker, size and date. Collar tabs are standard pink piped and machine sewn.  Breast eagle is a very early 1935 pattern white on black and is hand-sewn.  Left sleeve has an aluminum braid, double chevron sleeve rank on black backing.  Shoulder straps are black backed with pink cotton piping with black lining and black cotton lined tongue.  The right sleeve has a hand sewn early style, unofficial officer quality “Afrikakorpscufftitle with gray embroidered letters over a black backing and silver braiding at top and bottom. 

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#4641

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Heer Officers Summer “Russian Zelt” Tunic

Typical tailor-made summer tunic for a Heer Hauptmann in the 72nd artillery regiment on the Russian front.  Tunic is constructed of captured Russian Plasch Palatka shelter quarter and shows a moderate amount of wear and quite a bit of staining.  Boards and tabs show even wear and appear period attached.  Breast eagle is a flatwire version which is commonly seen on these.  There is a two ribbon bar above the left pocket but no other award loops on the tunic.

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#4590

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Feldherrnhalle” Panzer Wrap

Black Heer panzer wrap for a Feldwebel in the Feldherrnhalle Panzer Korps. Textbook black wrap with brushed cotton lining and factory applied collar tabs and eagle.  Shoulderstraps are slip-on and have the Feldherrnhalle cyphers attached above the rank pip with nice, even ageing to the metal.  Machine woven brown FHH cufftitle is machine stitched to the left sleeve in a manner consistent with Third Reich era application. There is also an Eastern Front ribbon hand stitched to the lapel button hole.  Interior is factory size stamped.  This wrap is in pristine condition with no visible liabilities.  This wrap is part of a Feldherrnhalle uniform collection that was recently consigned to The Marshal’s Baton.

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#4591

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Feldherrnhalle” NCO M44 Tunic

Late war M44 style field tunic for a Feldwebel in the Feldherrnhalle panzer corps.  Typical later war field blouse in olive gray with a collar in a slightly different, more olive shade.  Factory applied late war subdued collar tabs and trapezoid breast eagle.  Slip-on olive gray shoulder straps have the Feldherrnhalle ciphers attached in the center of the strap above the rank pip as well as the subdued tresse.  Later war enlisted Feldherrnhalle cufftitle is attached to the left sleeve in a manner consistent with Third Reich application.  A very attractive later war tunic with all matching subdued insignia and part of a Feldherrnhalle uniform collection that was recently consigned to The Marshal’s Baton.

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#4502

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Heer Artillery NCO Uniform, “Afrika” vet

1943 style field blouse and trousers for an Unteroffizier Offizier-anwarter (Officer aspirant) of Artillery.  Nice, salty field tunic for a veteran of both the Afrika and Russian campaigns showing honest wear with no liabilities.  Insignia is all original to tunic and matching in age and wear.  There are three sets of loops on the breast pocket for awards as well as EKII and Russian Winter Campaign ribbons period sewn to the buttonhole.  Tunic comes with a pair of long trousers in field gray which have several small holes, abrasions and field repairs to the front legs and crotch area.  Overall, a very nice field worn combat set.

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#4501

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Heer Panzer Officer’s “Afrika” Tunic and Pants – German Cross in Gold recipient

Old style service tunic and breeches to an Afrika Korps veteran and Hauptmann of anti-tank battalion 3, of the 3rd Panzer Grenadier division.  The 3rd Panzer Grenadier division was involved in most of the major Italian engagements such as Cassino, Salerno, Anzio as well as playing a significant role in the battle of the Ardennes.  Tunic is in very good condition with some minor snags from wear.  In addition to a DKiG there are numerous award loops on the right breast and loops above the pocket for a ribbon bar.  Insignia all has a nice, even matching tone.  Breeches have leather reinforced seat and thighs and show a good amount of wear. The German Cross in Gold is the cloth version and features the Junker die characteristics that are typical of all cloth examples.  A matte, aluminum aiguillette is included with the tunic.

 

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#4503

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Heer Tropical Officers “Afrika” Tunic

Late war, third model tropical tunic to an Afrika Korps veteran and Leutnant of Engineers/Pioneers.  Salty, tan-olive cotton twill tunic showing very consistent and even wear and fading.  Officer insignia shows even wear and appears to be period applied.  Numerous award loops to the breast pocket and four loops for a ribbon bar.  All buttons are intact with front button holes showing wear from use. Most of the heavy wear to the tunic consists of fraying around the collar (which shows minor period hand stitching repairs) and the bottom of the cuffs.  The right cuff has a worn “Afrikacufftitle that also shows some minor fraying.  Overall, a very nice, salty theater worn tropical officer tunic that has “been there”.

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Heer 67th Infantry Regiment Oberst Tunic & Greatcoat

This is one of the nicer officer uniform groupings I have come across.  Included in the grouping are a white piped officers tunic and greatcoat to an Oberst (Colonel) of the 67th Infantry regiment.  While it is not named inside, it should be quite easy to research.  Both tunic and greatcoat have the “67” ciphers attached to the boards between the pips and are matching insignia.  The tunic breast eagle is one of the nicer hand embroidered officer eagles that you’ll encounter, and looks stunning with the piping and aguilette.  Both tunic and greatcoat are of a very small size (too small to fit a standard male mannequin), but both are in superb condition (tunic does have a small repair on the back shoulder area).

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#4437

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Afrika Korps Officers Tailor-made Tropical Uniform

It is very rare to find an Afrika Korps tailored officers tunic, as most preferred to wear enlisted issue tunics with upgraded insignia.  This officer was an Adminstrative Official and the insignia bears the dark green backing, white piping and HV ciphers of the Officials branch.  Attached to the left sleeve is an officers version of the Afrika Korps campaign title, which would’ve been worn only during the Afrika campaign.  The tunic is a very high quality, lightweight cotton twill in an olive brown color with large dark brown plastic buttons.  A pair of light weight, olive brown officer breeches and an olive green necktie are included in the grouping.

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#4342

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Heer Tropical Tunic Late War, Enlisted

Late war, 3rd model tropical tunic with the straight pocket flaps, otherwise identical to earlier versions.  Tunic is a 5 button front, light olive green with dark olive buttons and appears to be un-issued.  Breast eagle is the blueish gray tropical version over a copper backing and the collar tabs are also a blue-gray/copper mixture.  Another nice, textbook piece in pristine condition with no issues.

 

 

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#4656

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Luftwaffe “Hermann Goring” Division Tunic

Tailor-made, four pocket blue gray Luftwaffe tunic for a Unteroffizier in the Hermann Goring division.  Tunic is tailored of a fine, blue gray wool with a gray brushed cotton lining.  Tunic was period upgraded to senior NCO with the addition of officer quality bullion breast eagle, aluminum collar tresse and officer quality “Hermann Goring” cufftitle. Interior shoulder seam shows all original, undisturbed lining stitching, so original enlisted straps were removed from top, outer seam closed and loops added for nco strap attachment.  Interior lining shows numerous period repairs.  Sleeve lining at cuff was reinforced with extra lining and stitching.  Overall shows good, honest wear and upgrades.  Great looking tunic on display.

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Luftwaffe Blue-gray HBT Tunic & Shorts

Tropical/summer weight blue gray four pocket Luftwaffe tunic and matching shorts.  Tunic  and shorts are manufactured in correct HBT material and match in age and wear.  Tunic has enlisted pattern machine embroidered breast eagle on blue gray.  There are one set of award loops below the left breast pocket.  Slip-on shirt style shoulder straps in light cotton are golden yellow flight branch piped.  Under collar button and retention strap are in place for collar closure.  Shorts appear to be factory made shorts with wide side flairs and not long pants cut-down to make shorts.  No stampings or depot markings in either the tunic or shorts.  Larger size that fits mannequins well.  Very rare to find a matching set of tunic and shorts in blue gray HBT.

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#4440

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Luftwaffe Officers Fliegerbluse

Very high quality, near mint officers tailored fliegerbluse made from a heavy, corded tricot blue gray wool.  The tunic exterior is near flawless, with only a couple very tiny snags to the lower bottom edge, which are only visible upon close examination.  The collar is piped in aluminum twist cord and adorned by two bright yellow, flight piped tabs for the rank of Leutnant.  Shoulderboards are regulation Luftwaffe in bright aluminum cording over a yellow underlay.  The breast eagle is a flawless, silver bullion early droop tail, which appears to have been replaced.  The interior lining is clean with no soiling and has the opening provision for a dagger hanger.  The interior sleeve linings have some tears around the armpit area and a large hole in each lining.  There are two inside pockets, but no evidence of a name tag.

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#5074

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Kriegsmarine Field Grey Tunic

Coarse wool, field grey tunic as worn by the land-based units of the Kriegsmarine, such as the Coastal Artillery.  This tunic has shoulder straps indicating a Navy Antiaircraft Battalion unit and sleeve rank for a Stabsgefreiter.  All insignia embroidery is in the correct golden yellow cotton or celleon over field grey and machine applied.  The collar tab enlisted pattern litzen are sewn directly to the collar.

There are faint size, date and manufacturer markings on the inside left panel (appears to be 1941 dated) and the breast eagle is sewn through the interior lining.  The exterior wool is in very good condition with no mothing, rips or tears.  There is a single set of award loops on the middle of the left breast pocket.  Shoulder straps are not a matching set as one pair has brighter yellow embroidery.

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#4456

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Kriegsmarine Tropical Officers Field Blouse and Pants

Light brown cotton twill tropical field blouse for a Korvettenkapitan in the Kriegsmarine.  Tunic is typical tropical construction with khaki painted removable KM anchor buttons and 9 eyelets for armpit ventilation with single eyelets for belthooks.  The breast eagle is the triangular tropical enlisted version on a khaki backing and is machine sewn.  Shoulderboards are of matte gray cord over a blue-black underlay and are of the slip-on variety, secured by removable buttons.  There are multiple award loops on the right breast pocket with ribbon loops above. The left breast pocket has single award loops (for DKiG or Spanish Cross).  The pants are light brown ribbed, courduroy long trousers with tapered, button down calves.  Tropical uniforms were issued to all landbased units of the Kriegsmarine in North Africa, Southern Europe and the Mediterranean.

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#4460

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Kriegsmarine Officers Frockcoat and Pants

A matching set of long pants and frockcoat for a Fregattenkapitan of the Militarbeamte (Military Official) in the Kriegsmarine.  The officials were set apart from line officers with the distinctive use of silver insignia, earning them the nickname of “Silberlinge” (the silvered ones).  The coat and pants are tailored from the finest doeskin wool and are in perfect condition with no mothing, tears or snags. The silver bullion insignia is all nicely toned and matches perfectly to each other.  The breast eagle is one of the nicest hand embroidered officer examples encountered and tightly executed in silver bullion and silver wire with a subtle, dark toning to the silver.  The officers name is on the inside pocket label and is researchable.  The shoulderboard bridle and sleeve insignia indicate a retired high grade official in the Technical branch.

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#4640

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Waffen SS “Wiking” Tunic

Textbook SS factory produced M40 tunic for a Unterscharfuhrer in the 5th SS Panzer Division, “Wiking”.  Very nice, even wear to this 5 button, three vent SS produced tunic with a few small holes, most in the back panel. Insignia shows upgrade in rank to nco with the addition of tresse sewn over the top of the bottom edge of both collar tabs. Eagle and cufftitle are period attached as is the EKII buttonhole ribbon.  Interior is correct SS style lining pattern with double step angle at bottom, horizontal first aid button closure and pockets sewn through lining.  It is also profusely marked with factory and size stampings. Two loops above left breast for a small ribbon bar and two sets of loops on left breast pocket for awards.  Great WSS tunic that shows honest wear and use.

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#4488

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Waffen SS Dot Pattern Camo Tunic

Late war 1944 dot pattern, HBT drill tunic, as used by Waffen SS units in the field to replace the earlier camouflage smocks.  As was typical, this tunic is manufactured using several different grades of material, which is evident in a very slight difference in the intensity of the color contrast.  Material, construction and weight are textbook and the tunic is size stamped on lower left panel.  The insignia consists solely of a factory applied, machine sewn tan tropical sleeve eagle over a black backing.  Shoulders have factory sewn loops intact for the use of shoulder straps.  Overall condition is very good to excellent with only a few minor snags.  Nice, rare combat tunic.

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#4566

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Waffen SS “Polizei-Division” Assault Gun Wrap

Field gray assault gun wrap cut in the SS pattern for an Oberscharfuhrer in Sturmgeschutz battalion 4 of the Waffen SS Polizei Division.  SS cut wrap with single panel back and vertical front opening and pointed collar.  Interior is lined with early brown cotton/rayon blend fabric.  Bevo cuufftitle “SS-Polizei-Division” is machine sewn to sleeve.  Sleeve eagle is factory applied, though some stitches at top are loose.  Two award loops on right breast and EKII/Russian Front ribbon applied to buttonhole.  Condition is very good to excellent with two very tiny holes in the back.

 

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Police Gendarmerie Revier-Oberwachtmeister Tunic

Eight button piped Police tunic in the standard Police-Green tricot wool.  Tunic has the dark brown cuffs and collar, edge piped in orange for Gendarmerie.  All insignia is evenly matched in wear to include the silver bullion SS membership runes on the left breast pocket.  There are two loops on the left breast pocket for attachment of a single award.  Interior is lined in a dark olive colored artificial silk.  Extremely clean, minty tunic with no issues.

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#4459

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RLB Officers Tunic

Pristine example of a RLB, or Riechsluftschutzbund tunic for the rank of Stabsluftschutz-Fuhrer (the RLB was the National Air Raid Protection League, and was staffed primarily by German citizens as a part of civil defense).  Tunic is privately tailored out of a fine wool in medium gray with black lapels, collar and French cuffs.  Collar and cuffs are adorned in aluminum piping and all buttons are silver pebbled and matching makers.  The tunic has two tailor tags, one on the back liner and the other on the inside pocket.  The tunic is named to an officer in Dresden (who certainly had his work cut off for him in air raid protection!).  All insignia is in excellent, flawless condition featuring the unique lilac service branch underlay on the boards and tabs.  The armband is equally clean with no moth damage or nips.  A minty piece with absolutely no flaws. 

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