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Wehrmacht Gebirgsjager m36 Field tunic, in the rank of Hauptmann

Branch: HEER
Product Code: o223/2
Price: 2,230.00€


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Wehrmacht Gebirgsjager m36 Field tunic, in the rank of Hauptmann. A standard field tunic-M 36 Feldbluse issued in 1940, marked with Wehrmacht depot in Münster M 40, as well as the size and name of the producer markings: Paul Kubler & Co Stuttgart. The actual size of the Feldbluse is approximately 50-52, and is quite a big. Excellent condition with minor traces of use and wear. Officers' collar tabs and an officer's eagle are bullion hand embroidered, sewn over the standard, factory applied insignia: the collar tabs (Einheitskragenspiegeln) and an eagle of BeVo type for the lower ranks are visible underneath. The officer's shoulder straps are sewn into the seam of the sleeve, and the loops for fastening the enlisted shoulder straps have been removed. One visible hole from a moth, barely in the size of a match head, on the right shoulder in the area of ​​the shoulder strap, as well as small pinch marks on the dark green cloth of the collar, behind, which is visible only upon closer examination, which is not critical. The sleeve GJ badge with edelweiss flower has slightly moved away from the tunic.  The tunic was not altered/retailored, like most of the tunics used by the officers. Today, it is extremely difficult to find the original unmodified M36 tunic. Very good condition.

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Wehrmacht Gebirgsjager m36 Field tunic, in the rank of Hauptmann. A standard field tunic-M 36 Feldbluse issued in 1940, marked with Wehrmacht depot in Münster M 40, as well as the size and name of the producer markings: Paul Kubler & Co Stuttgart. The actual size of the Feldbluse is approximately 50-52, and is quite a big. Excellent condition with minor traces of use and wear. Officers' collar tabs and an officer's eagle are bullion hand embroidered, sewn over the standard, factory applied insignia: the collar tabs (Einheitskragenspiegeln) and an eagle of BeVo type for the lower ranks are visible underneath. The officer's shoulder straps are sewn into the seam of the sleeve, and the loops for fastening the enlisted shoulder straps have been removed. One visible hole from a moth, barely in the size of a match head, on the right shoulder in the area of ​​the shoulder strap, as well as small pinch marks on the dark green cloth of the collar, behind, which is visible only upon closer examination, which is not critical. The sleeve GJ badge with edelweiss flower has slightly moved away from the tunic.  The tunic was not altered/retailored, like most of the tunics used by the officers. Today, it is extremely difficult to find the original unmodified M36 tunic. Very good condition.

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