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Private purchase, M35 pattern, greatcoat. Field-grey wool blend construction, double breasted style, full length, greatcoat with a dark green cloth lay down collar. The greatcoat features dual, vertical, parallel, rows of six front closure buttons with corresponding button holes The greatcoat also has a single metal hook and eye at the neckline and at waist. Roughly a size 36" chest. The great coat has some holes on bottom edge,still displays nicely .Coat is very heavy. Shoulder boards are original to the coat.
Issue Waffenrock for an EM in Heer Panzer, unaltered and all original, constructed of issue quality field grey wool and lined in dark grey colored ribbed cotton, with stampings of black ink having sizes, there is one internal breast pocket, having dark green badge cloth covered collar and cuffs, the lower edge of the collar, front closure, upper cuff edges and rear skirt are piped in rosa colored piping. Small size 15'' shoulder to shoulder, no moth holes, has some tracking.
Large print, Large band 4.25'' x 7.5'' White cotton/rayon construction armband with black printed script to the obverse, "Im Dienst der Deutschen Wehrmacht". (In Service of the German Armed Forces). Reverse of armband has a machine stitched vertical seam.
The original NSRL emblem, being a national eagle with down-swept wings and a mobile swastika superimposed on its breast, was a carried over to the DRL. Roughly 75mm wide by 80mm tall, multi piece, shield shaped, NSRL sports eagle.. The NSRL eagle is in embroidered black and white thread on a red wool back with black border. This is in turn sewn to a white back wool. Very hard piece of insignia to find. Used by the NSRL 1936 German Olympics participants. Mint unused.
This is grouping consists of a private maker made OD officer's jacket. The left sleeve carries the patch of the 20th air force.
The jacket features sterling silver pin back type Navigator wings. The collars have the Air corps and US collar devices , clutch back. The shoulder show the rank of 1st Lieutenant. The jacket is absolutely flawless in every respect. Pants are name to a Loomis typed on tag and then pen written over Friedlander. Tunic and pants are the same color, both have tags that say name, date 1943 and 40 long. NEEDS TO BE IRONED!
WW2 United States Naval Aviators Green tunic. The tunic is named to a C. F. (think, there were two letters typed) Urquhart. It is dated on the label 1/18/43. The wings are really nice, and are bullion. Size is about a 36 or so. Wings alone are worth the money. Navy pilot tunics are rarely seen.
Great medal with most of the bronze finish, ribbon has glue on back. Ring is Maker marked ‘15' for Friedrich Orth Wien.
Die struck, alloy construction, medal with a silver washed outer rim and helmet, and a blued center. Nice example.
Roughly, 40mm diameter, early, die struck alloy construction award with a matte grey wash. Maker marked ring 60. Very deep sharp strike, missing ribbon.
Yellow cotton construction armband with machine woven, black, Gothic script in two lines to the obverse, "Deutsche Wehrmacht", (German Armed Forces). The top and bottom edges of the armband have interwoven rows of reinforcement stitching and the reverse of the armband has a machine stitched, vertical seam. Very clean
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