GERMANY WWII UNIFORMS

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#G2008 Luftwaffe Four Pocket Service Blouse in Reed Green HBT with M44 Boards

Completely original mint condition Luftwaffe four pocket service blouse in reed green HBT.  Earlier pattern in the same cut as a 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 the rank of Feldwebel. Previous owner reports the M44 boards are original to the tunic when it was discovered.  Blouse fits a stanard mannequin or bust very well as shown in the photos.  Perfect example for any WWII uniform collection that would be nearly impossible to upgrade with very rare boards. $1875

#JM9 Heer EM Panzergrenadier M44 Tunic

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Completely original Heer 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.  It's very tough to find textbook all original M44 tunics in this condition.  Nice example for any WWII collection.  $2000

TROUSERS

#G2016 SS Assault Gun / Ski Trousers

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Excellent private purchase tailor made SS assault gun or ski trousers named to an SS officer.  Lightly worn condition but free of any notable flaws, this is truly an amazing top condition set of these very rare trousers ready for a mannequin or your SS uniform collection.  The name inside the trousers is yet to be researched. This type of trousers are discussed in Michael Beaver's book Waffen-SS uniforms, Vol. 3, page 783. $3000

A similar set in very salty condition was sold by another respected dealer Mike Davis:

https://virtualgrenadier.com/sale_item.php?iid=4166

#G2009 Heer /  SS Private Purchase Keilhose Trousers

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Nice private purchase tailored Keilhose style combat trousers. Maker and size markings are present along the interior of the waste. There is also a marking 'DH 11' which could be a theatre marking, there is also a blacked out marking. Lightly worn condition with a few small moth nibs, most obvious around the crotch but not bad enough to detract much from this nice set.  These are perfect for a combat mannequin and available at a reasonable price. $675

#G2010 Heer Issue Riding Breeches with Leather Seat in Combat Worn Condition

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Salty Heer riding breeches with leather seat in combat worn condition. These have the perfect combat look but do have some flaws from field service, to include soiling, one missing button at top of the fly, and a tear to one of the legs that could be repaired but would look fine on a mannequin.  Leg ties are salty but still present. RBNr marking and faint size stamps still present inside the waste.  Perfect to complete your combat mannequin at the front!  $375

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#RG4 DAK Tropical Trousers

Very nice pair of DAK tropical trousers.  Nicely RBNr marked.  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

UNIFORM ACCESSORIES

Early matching pair of tunic support straps.  Used condition with some staining, but free of damage or repairs.  It's tough to find a matching set of these to complete your tunic. $250

#G2061 Early Tunic Support Straps

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Early complete and matching set of belt hooks for tunics.  These were used to keep the belt up and support equipment.  This is a complete set of 4 perfect matching hooks, this is a perfect set for a mint tunic. $60

#G2004 Early Complete Set of Belt Hooks for Tunic

These are original German belt hooks for tunics, they were used to keep the belt up and help support equipment. Set of 3 belt hooks $25

#G2062 German Belt Hooks for Tunic

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Excellent late war Heer M43 EM tunic.  This interesting tunic has been constructed of two differing shades of wool, suggesting poor late war quality control. Insignia is all 100% original factory applied, never replaced or restored in any way.  The chest eagle has been 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, 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.  Photos of this exact tunic have been previously posted and discussed on both WAF and GHW2 and received only positive feedback.  Contact me for any additional information required. Good original M43 EM Heer tunics are very difficult to find, this is exactly how it would have been issued to a German soldier from the depot in 1944-1945.*Sold*

Late War Heer M43 EM Tunic

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Excellent Heer M43 EM tunic.  This interesting tunic has been constructed with an early pattern eagle, and is a rare variation that appears in period photos. Insignia is all 100% 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 dirt(?) 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.  The boards also are nicely marked.  Photos of this exact tunic have been previously posted and discussed on both WAF and GHW2 and received only positive feedback.  Contact me for any additional information required. Good original M43 EM Heer tunics are very difficult to find, this is exactly how it would have been issued to a German soldier from the depot in 1944. *Sold*

Heer M43 EM Tunic w/ Early Pattern Eagle

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Heer M40 Panzergrenadier NCO Tunic

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Original Heer M40 Panzergrenadier NCO tunic.  Original factory applied insignia with period addition of NCO tress applied to the shoulder boards and tunic collar.  Chest eagle is factory machine zig-zag stitched not through the lining as to be expected for the M40 period of production.  Collar litzen tabs and NCO tress are period strait stitch applied, with the litzen patches likely factory applied and NCO tress period added by a company tailor.  Perfect mannequin/bust size photographed on a standard size modern male mannequin bust.  No modifications or notable damage aside from one small period repair to the left sleeve shown in the photos.  Nicely maker and size marked on the interior.  Additional markings include some sort of numbers applied to the lining shown in the photos, I don't think these are capture markings but it's possible they are some sort of inventory marking. An EKII ribbon has been applied with hand stitching, and it appears original to the tunic but it's hard to say with absolute certainty when these were added.  Original matching boards included with matching NCO tress and Panzergrenadier piping.  There is loops applied for one award on the left chest pocket. Overall, this is an excellent lightly worn tunic perfect for a combat NCO display, mannequin, or your uniform collection.  Very nice! *Sold*

#JM7 Heer M36 EM Infantry Tunic

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Heer EM Infantry M36 tunic.  The hand stitched chest eagle on this tunic is professionally restored.  Collar litzen is original factory machine stitched.  Matching and correct original early Infantry shoulder boards are included and fit the tunic perfectly.  A hand sewn repair has been done to the right sleeve, where at some point it was torn in service.   The bandage pocket has been removed, a common period modification, as well as the cuffs ever so slightly period shortened for better fit. Nicely maker and size marked on the front interior lining. Overall great condition showing some wear and character but still very appealling.  Perfect tunic for a combat mannequin that is accurately described and priced right, the issues mentioned do not detract from this super nice combat tunic that will display very well.  This is a great early tunic for the price. *Sold*