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Early Heer Panzer wrap "Feldjacke der Panzertruppe" for an Oberleutnant Semper, Ernst Willi

Branch: HEER
Product Code: o47/2
Price: 6,200.00€

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Early Heer Panzer wrap "Feldjacke der Panzertruppe" for an Oberleutnant, belonged to Semper Ernst Willi. It is received together with two owner's photos. Size markings: manufacturer - DEKAWE Ffm and F 41 depot, lining materials are standard greyish colored cotton, the same used for belt hook support straps. Wrap made of early high-quality black wool. Front closure has four large black bakelite doughnut-shaped buttons, smaller size for fastening the lapel are still in place. Panzer collar patches have viscose piping and are machine stitched to the collar, the aluminum skulls "Totenkopfe" are fixed with flat alu prongs that penetrate the collar. The shoulder boards are matt aluminum braid made with gold plated die stamped steel produced pips, and gray-green medium size painted pebbled buttons for shoulder boards. The shoulder boards are period replaced by the owner instead of the enlisted shoulder straps. In case the officer's type of shoulder boards are narrower than enlisted - the loops have been fixed in the center with a thread stitching, which shown in the picture. It remains on one side only; the seams on the shoulders have typical pink dust, which is tracing from a long time use of the officer's shoulder boards. 1938 style white on black machine weaved breast eagle is machine stitched from inside by upper part, then the rest is a hand-applied as usual for an early tunics. There are five sets of badge loops, the awards shown in the picture. Lapel buttonhole indicates a ribbon for EK II. The wrap was combat worn and near to salty condition with some period repair due to hard combat life. There is a wartime repair to the lower skirt, and at the outer lower cuffs, all performed through hand sewing and well done. The owner service most probably is in Panzer Regiment 115. Very nice, all original to the period tunic in size approx 50 European.

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Early Heer Panzer wrap "Feldjacke der Panzertruppe" for an Oberleutnant, belonged to Semper Ernst Willi. It is received together with two owner's photos. Size markings: manufacturer - DEKAWE Ffm and F 41 depot, lining materials are standard greyish colored cotton, the same used for belt hook support straps. Wrap made of early high-quality black wool. Front closure has four large black bakelite doughnut-shaped buttons, smaller size for fastening the lapel are still in place. Panzer collar patches have viscose piping and are machine stitched to the collar, the aluminum skulls "Totenkopfe" are fixed with flat alu prongs that penetrate the collar. The shoulder boards are matt aluminum braid made with gold plated die stamped steel produced pips, and gray-green medium size painted pebbled buttons for shoulder boards. The shoulder boards are period replaced by the owner instead of the enlisted shoulder straps. In case the officer's type of shoulder boards are narrower than enlisted - the loops have been fixed in the center with a thread stitching, which shown in the picture. It remains on one side only; the seams on the shoulders have typical pink dust, which is tracing from a long time use of the officer's shoulder boards. 1938 style white on black machine weaved breast eagle is machine stitched from inside by upper part, then the rest is a hand-applied as usual for an early tunics. There are five sets of badge loops, the awards shown in the picture. Lapel buttonhole indicates a ribbon for EK II. The wrap was combat worn and near to salty condition with some period repair due to hard combat life. There is a wartime repair to the lower skirt, and at the outer lower cuffs, all performed through hand sewing and well done. The owner service most probably is in Panzer Regiment 115. Very nice, all original to the period tunic in size approx 50 European.

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