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GERMAN UNIFORMS OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR

#FF10 Luftwaffe Flieger Blouse for a Fallschirmjäger or Flight Obergefreiter
Original WWII German Luftwaffe Flieger blouse for either a Fallschirmjäger or Flight Obergefreiter. The insignia is all period installed, including the factory applied chest eagle. There is one set of award loops, possibly for wearing a parachutist badge. There are officer candidate loops on the shoulder straps, and the yellow cord applied to the collar is particularly nicely done likely reflecting this soldiers desire to later become and officer. The size 96 chest makes this an ideal candidate for a mannequin display. The jacket shows genuine service wear, and there are approximately a dozen small scattered moth bites but nothing major. $1800

#MP86 Gebirgsjäger Ski Boots
Original WWII Gebirgsjäger ankle style ski boots. These boots are in excellent shape, nicely maker marked on the bottom and in size H9. The brass toe pieces that clip into the skis are very clearly D.R.G.M. marked. There are some very interesting ink stamps in the boots as well, including an H (Possibly Heer) and what might be some unit markings. These boots surfaced in Canada and are presumably a Canadian soldier souvenir, possibly intended for use after the war back home. Very nice item for a Gebirgsjäger collection. $650

#MP67 Heer M36 NCO Tunic for Infantrie-Regiment 19
Original pre-war 1938 German Heer M36 NCO combat tunic for a member of Infantrie-Regiment 19. Constructed of high quality German wool, with ribbed cotton lining, in typical pre-war quality construction. Original factory applied insignia, including chest eagle, collar litzen, and period tailor applied NCO tresse. The original shoulder straps with matching tresse fit and match the tunic perfectly, and have been there forever, with period embroidered “19”. The chest eagle is factory applied in the typical pre-war hand sewn fashion, and is perfectly executed. The condition of the tunic is just very lightly worn, without any notable flaws aside from one moth hole on the back where the belt would normally cover (And will cover if displayed with a belt). The size of the tunic is a small mannequin size, typical of the period. This exact tunic is so iconic it is used for the Wehrmacht Award Forum “Heer Uniforms and Insignia Forum” avatar. Scarce. $4750

#MP40 Heer Gabardine M43 EM Artillery Tunic
Original WWII German Heer M43 combat tunic constructed of Gabardine with for wear by an enlisted member of the Artillery branch. Factory applied chest eagle with zig-zag stitching done in late war fashion through the lining, and factory straight stitch collar litzens. There is an Obergefreiter rank chevron hand applied to the wearers left sleeve, when examining this badge it appears it was likely period applied by the soldier who once wore the tunic. There are two award loops present, and the consignor reports a black wound badge was in the pocket at the time of purchase, this was carefully put back onto an award loop but this is easily removed and re-applied with doing anything permanent. The black wound badge is included. The wool shoulder straps are a matching pair with rayon piping for the artillery branch, they fit perfectly and have a good colour match in harmony with the tunic. The tunic has a fine rayon lining material with black ink size stamps and RBNr and E44 depot marking. This tunic will fit a small size mannequin bust. Excellent lightly worn condition. $2650

#MP39 Infantry Officer's Service Tunic
Original WWII German Heer Infantry Officer's service tunic for the rank of Lieutenant. The base tunic is a standard issue Heer M36/M40 period upgraded to officer specifications with the normal additions; dark green officer grade pointed collar, sewn-in shoulder boards, sewn down lower pockets with bandage pocket removed, openings for belt hooks removed, and officer grade embroidered breast eagle and collar litzen upgrades. This is a textbook period upgraded officer's tunic in every way. The officer also opted to have the tailor ad an additional pocket sewn inside the jacket, and we can assume additional minor tailoring has been done to properly fit the original owner. The badging all appears original period-applied, with matching wear and patina throughout and the insignia tightly settled into the wool as expected. There are provisions added to the left breast pocket for two awards, and ribbons including the Iron Cross 2nd Class are still present. The German wool shows one of the manufacturers stamps still present on the inside, this is always a nice bonus. Good period size that will fit a modern mannequin as shown. This is an ideal example to create an infantry officer impression or expand a uniform collection. We sold this jacket once in the past and received again as we are consigning a very high-end collection. $1725

#MP17 Heer M36 Artillery NCO Combat Tunic
Original WWII early war Heer M36 artillery NCO combat tunic for a member of Artillery-Regiment 72. Constructed of early war quality German wool, with ribbed cotton lining, in typical early-war quality construction. Original factory applied insignia, including chest eagle, collar litzen, and period tailor applied NCO tresse. Original artillery branch shoulder straps that fit and match the tunic nicely, and appear to have been on this tunic forever, with matching NCO tailor applied tresse to the collar. The shoulder straps have Artillery-Regiment 72 slip ons, which were with the tunic in place when purchased. The chest eagle was applied in typical early-war hand applied factory fashion.The condition of the tunic is just very lightly worn, without any notable flaws. The size of the tunic is a small mannequin size. Great example from a serious collection, all original enlisted tunics like this are increasingly hard to find. *Reduced* $3300

#ZD1 Wehrmacht "Winter Whites" Camouflage Set
Original WWII German wehrmacht issue "winter white" camouflage smock with hood, veil, and matching trousers. These would have been issued to the Heer, Waffen-SS, and possibly other branches who may have required them for winter concealment. Marked with matching RBNr stamps "0/0250/0439" to both the smock and trousers. They were discovered together in unissued condition showing only some minor yellowing and patina from age but would be nearly impossible to upgrade. In good large size suitable for a mannequin display. The set surfaced in the USA presumably captured by an American soldier, they would be ideal for a Battle of the Bulge or other German winter soldier display. The best set of German winter whites we've ever seen. Scarce. *Reduced* $975

#G2599 Kragenbinde (Collar liner)
Original WWII German Wehrmacht issue Kragenbinde (Collar liner). Excellent condition example  that is either just very lightly worn or unissued. Background; the Kragenbinde was worn in the necks of German Feldblusen during WWII. These were designed to both protect the collar from wear and sweat as well as the soldier's neck from the coarse wool of the collar. $45

#MI32 Wehrmacht Issue Summer Undershirt and Shorts
Original WWII German Wehrmacht issue summer undershirt and shorts. Unworn condition just showing some patina from age. 1945 dated matching set in size 2. $175 

#RR1 Heer Tropical Shorts
Original WWII German Heer tropical shorts. Constructed of olive colored cotton twill, featuring a webbed belt with steel claw buckle. Marked with ink stamps on the inner white cotton waistband. Appropriate size for a mannequin display. Excellent unaltered and unworn / unissued condition. $275

#G2471 1944 Heer Officer Breeches
Original WWII German Heer officer breeches. Constructed in 1944 in late war German wool. Excellent condition, we didn't see any insect damage or noticeable blemishes to the wool. It appears there was some period tailor modifications done to the rear of the trousers for a better fit on the officer who would have worn them, these modifications are only visible from the inside. Ideal set and size for a Heer combat officer mannequin display in typical late war wool. $485

#RG4 DAK Tropical Trousers
Original WWII German tropical / DAK (Deutsches Afrikakorps) trousers. Nicely RBNr marked with ink stamps near the fly. Constructed with internal belt and leg ties. Lightly used without any damage or repairs. Good mannequin size. Ready to complete your mannequin or German DAK uniform collection. $550
Late War Heer M43 EM Tunic
Original WWII late war Heer M43 EM tunic. Constructed of two differing shades of wool, suggesting very late war quality control. Insignia is all 100% original factory applied. The chest eagle was applied in the late war triangular fashion, and is not sewn threw the lining. There is no detectable insect damage, or staining. Inside the pockets and are parts of the blouse factory grease pen markings are still visible, suggesting the tunic has never been washed or cleaned. Black late war pioneer boards are included and are original to the tunic, constructed of closely matching wool and materials and a perfect fit. Exactly how it would have been issued to a German soldier from the depot in 1944-1945. *Sold*

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Heer M43 EM Tunic with Early Pattern Eagle
Original WWII Heer (Army) M43 enlister members (EM) tunic. Constructed with early pattern eagle, a rare variation that appears in period photos. Insignia is all original factory applied, never replaced or restored in any way. The eagle style chest eagle has been applied through the lining typical in late war fashion, using the exact same thread as pocket construction . There is no detectable insect damage, and only some very minor areas staining to include some light sweat stains on the interior and one small stain to the left arm, no attempt has been made to clean this tunic in any way and it is as found. White piped late war Infantry boards are included, constructed of matching wool and materials and a perfect fit. This is exactly how it would have been issued to a German soldier from the depot in 1944. *Sold*

Heer M43 Combat Tunic, Artillery
Original WWII German Heer M43 combat tunic with matching artillery shoulder straps. Flawless example, with all factory applied insignia. The chest eagle is applied during construction, with stitching running over it from later stages of assembly, this is the best type of factory insignia application for collectors since it leaves no doubts of originality. The collar litzen are also applied in the textbook factory fashion. The matching enlisted artillery shoulder straps are a perfect match and fit, they were on the tunic when we acquired it. The interior of the tunic features nice RBNr stamp, and original stamps on the wool from assembly. *Sold*

#G2016 Waffen-SS Assault Gun / Ski Trousers
Original WWII Waffen-SS assault gun or ski trousers named to an SS officer. Private purchase tailor made of grey gabardine. Lightly worn condition and free of any notable flaws. The name inside the trousers is yet to be researched. This type of trousers is shown in Michael Beaver's book Waffen-SS uniforms, Vol. 3, page 783. *Sold*
#G2115 EM / NCO Marching Boots
Original WWII German EM / NCO marching boots. This is a nice honest used pair of boots perfect for a combat mannequin.  Leather soles with hobnails and horseshoes. Used but much nicer than average. *Sold*
#JM9 Heer EM Panzergrenadier M44 Tunic
Original WWII Heer (Army) EM Panzergrenadier M44 tunic in late war quality wool. All original factory applied insignia. M44 style chest applied not through the liner which is slightly less common on M44 tunics. Collar litzen tabs are applied in standard machine stitching with front fold, using what appears to be the same thread uses for the bar tack stitching on the button holes. Standard mannequin/bust size, a bit small at the waste so it does need a small bust for display which is typical.   Manufactured to a surprisingly high quality for late war with bias material used to reinforce some seems. Nice size and RBNr stamps on the interior HBT lining material. All original applied buttons. No moth or insect damage, there is one small darned repair shown on the rear of the tunic only really visible from the inside, about the size of a dime. There are two award loops added, they appear wartime but it's always tough to judge award loops as they could be collector added. Original M44 Panzergrenadier boards of late war quality that came with the tunic are of closely matching wool and good fit. *Sold*
#G2008 Luftwaffe Four Pocket Service Blouse in Reed Green HBT w/ M44 Boards
Original WWII Luftwaffe (Air Force) four pocket service blouse in reed green HBT.  Earlier pattern in the same cut as the standard Luftwaffe tropical blouse.  Luftwaffe national emblem factory applied with zig-zag stitching on the chest. Completely original as it left the factory. Included with the tunic are very scarce M44 boards with yellow rayon piping and perfectly applied NCO tresse and pip for a Luftwaffe Flight or Fallschirmj​äger member the rank of Feldwebel. Previous owner reports the M44 boards are original to the tunic when it was discovered.  Blouse fits a standard mannequin or bust well as shown in the photos. *Sold*
#MI6 1933 Reichswehr Model Jackboots
Original WWII German 1933 Reichswehr model Jackboots. This is the model of boot worn by German soldiers during the invasion of Poland and other early war offensives. This is a true matching pair, in excellent lightly worn condition. This pair is one of very few surviving examples, and possibly the best condition of surviving pairs, the only damage is just two missing tips on the fragile straps but this doesn't detract from such a rare and high condition set, they appear to be just very gently worn. Scarce. *Sold*

#MP15 Heer M42 Artillery EM Combat Tunic
Original WWII late war Heer M42 artillery enlisted member's (EM) combat tunic. Constructed of late-war quality German wool, with rayon lining, in typical late-war quality construction. M42 style scalloped pockets continued to be produced until near the end of the war on some assembly line. Original factory applied insignia, including chest eagle, collar litzen, and a period hand applied sleeve rank badge. Original artillery branch shoulder straps that fit and match the tunic nicely, and appear to have been on this tunic forever. The chest eagle was applied in typical factory fashion, and is sewn through the lining, which is often encountered on late production M42, M43, and M44 tunics. The condition of the tunic is just very lightly worn, without any notable flaws. The size of the tunic is a good mannequin size. Great example from a serious collection, all original enlisted tunics like this are increasingly hard to find. *Sold*

#MP18 Heer M42 Panzergrenadier EM Combat Tunic
Original WWII late war Heer M42 panzergrenadier enlisted member's (EM) combat tunic. Constructed of late-war quality rough textured German wool, with rayon lining, in typical late-war quality construction. M42 style scalloped pockets continued to be produced until near the end of the war on some assembly line. Original factory applied insignia, including chest eagle, and collar litzen. Scarce original mid-war style panzergrenadier branch shoulder straps that fit and match the tunic nicely, and appear to have been on this tunic forever. The chest eagle was applied in typical factory fashion, and is sewn through the lining, which is often encountered on late production M42, M43, and M44 tunics. The condition of the tunic is just very lightly worn, without any notable flaws. The size of the tunic is a good mannequin size. Great example from a serious collection, all original enlisted tunics like this are increasingly hard to find. *Sold*

#MP19 Heer M42 Panzergrenadier EM Combat Tunic
Original WWII Heer M42 panzergrenadier enlisted member's (EM) combat tunic. Constructed of mid-war quality German wool, with rayon lining, in typical mid-war quality construction. Original factory applied insignia, including chest eagle, and collar litzen. Original M44 style panzergrenadier branch shoulder straps that fit and match the tunic nicely. The chest eagle was applied in typical factory fashion, which is not sewn through the lining. The condition of the tunic is just very light worn, without any notable flaws. The size of the tunic is a good mannequin size. Great example from a serious collection, all original enlisted tunics like this are increasingly hard to find. *Sold*

#JM20 Complete Heer Infantry Officer Uniform for a Hauptmann
Original WWII German Heer Infantry Officer uniform for a Hauptmann. Complete ensemble consisting of the correct jacket, trousers, cap, belt, and boots. The jacket is privately tailored of officer grade wool and lining in the standard period fashion, and features what is by all indications original period badging with no signs of anything else previously applied. The cap is from a Frankfurt maker “Hofmann” produced to officer quality and also featuring what is by all indications original period badging. The belt is a standard early quality brown leather officers belt with a Berlin’s maker stamp applied and dated 1939. The trousers are typical period officers trousers in lightly worn condition with all the buttons intact. The boots are typical period officers boots, still supple and lightly worn with original period pull tabs. The jacket, cap, trousers, and belt came together and we think they were likely all owned by the same soldier and surfaced many years ago in Canada, presumably a Canadian soldier bring back set. The consignor completed the set with the correct officer’s boots which are in an appropriate size and condition to display properly with the rest of the set. This complete uniform is ready for any Second World War collection or display. *Sold*

#JJ3 Reefer Jacket for a Kriegsmarine Leutnant zur See Ingenieuroffizier
Original WWII German Kriegsmarine reefer jacket for Leutnant zur See Ingenieuroffizier (Engineering) who was awarded the Iron Cross. Insignia includes; bullion national chest emblem, engineering trade badges on each cuff, officers rank ribbon machine sewn right into the seem of each cuff, gold anchor buttons throughout, and Iron Cross ribbon that all appear original period applied. The Iron Cross ribbon is really well worn and has clearly been on the jacket a long time, and speaks volumes of the authenticity of the period applied badging. The button has actually worn down part of the ribbon during wear. Great example in a nice mannequin size. *Sold*

#AB1 Unissed Kriegsmarine Pullover with Paper Tags
Original WWII German Kriegsmarine pullover. Unissued example, complete with the paper RBNr and size tags from the factory. Constructed of fine ribbed dark blue wool, with factory applied machine stitched breast eagle, pressed paper buttons, lined cuffs, and ties at the throat. This pullover shirt surfaced in Canada, presumably a captured souvenir taken from a depot by a Canadian soldier. Top example in a good mannequin size. *Sold*

#GJ24 Kriegsmarine NCO Tropical Shirt and Shorts
Original WWII German Kriegsmarine NCO’s tropical shirt and shorts. The shirts chest eagle is factory applied using the zig-zap stitch method and well executed, and it features nice anchor buttons for the straps and chest pockets. The matching pair of NCO shoulder straps are a perfect fit to the shirt and in matching condition. The matching shorts are one of the more desirable variants, in excellent possibly unworn condition, they would be an ideal set for a mannequin display. Great uniform set. *Sold*

#G2403 Panzer Officer's Service Tunic, Named
Original WWII Panzer Officer's service tunic. Named inside the breast pocket to "Möschler". Complete with original panzer officer shoulder boards for the rank of Oberleutnant, and all correct period applied insignia.  Privately tailored of high quality wool and manufactured to a high standard by "Christian Schwarz & Sohn" of "München" (Munich). Lightly worn condition, with just minor signs of age and wear. Excellent condition all around, an outstanding panzer tunic in a good size that easily fits a mannequin bust. It's possible that research could turn up more information about the owner. Excellent example. *Sold*

#MP16 Heer M40 Medic EM Combat Tunic
Original WWII early war Heer M40 medic enlisted member's (EM) combat tunic. Constructed of early war quality German wool, with ribbed cotton lining, in typical early-war quality construction. Original factory applied insignia, including chest eagle, collar litzen, and a period hand applied medical trade badges badge. Original medical branch shoulder straps that fit and match the tunic nicely, and appear to have been on this tunic forever. The chest eagle was applied in typical machine applied factory fashion, not sewn through the lining. The condition of the tunic is just very lightly worn, with a couple very small insect bites shown in the photo which do not detract. The size of the tunic is a good mannequin size. Great example from a serious collection, all original enlisted tunics like this are increasingly hard to find. *Sold*

#G2598 Brown Tropical Socks
Original WWII German Wehrmacht issue brown tropical socks. Unissued pair with the original paper tag and string holding them together. Scarce. $175 *On Layaway*

#MP75 Heer M43 Enlisted Infantry Tunic
Original WWII German Heer M43 infantry combat tunic in unissued condition. Constructed of German wool with rayon lining, and still featuring the original factory paper tag factory tacked in place with thread. Factory applied chest eagle using the “zip and flip” method of one straight machine stitch at the top, and then more precise hand stitching to carefully attach the complex shape of the bottom of the badge. The collar litzen badges are also factory applied, using the zig-zag stitching method. The tunic is a nice large size (98 chest) perfectly appropriate for a mannequin display. The included infantry shoulder straps are an excellent fit in matching wool, with the late war ribbon style tongues and rayon piping which are appropriate and totally correct for this tunic. Excellent example that would be nearly impossible to upgrade. $3250 *Hold - On Layaway*

#RG184 Luftwaffe Tropical "AFRIKACORPS" Long Sleeve Service Shirt
Original WWII German Luftwaffe tropical "AFRIKACORPS" long sleeve service shirt. Original factory sewn insignia, and shoulder straps that appear to be original to the shirt or the perfect match. This exact style of shirt appears in many period photographs of the Afrikacorps in action, in both long and short sleeve versions, the short sleeve examples likely being ones with cut down sleeves. Lightly service worn condition in a large size, this is a great shirt for a mannequin and these were generally worn in a baggy fashion. *Sold*

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