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Wehrmacht Jäger m1943 Feldbluse/tunic. Combat wounded

Branch: HEER
Product Code: o135/10
Price: 1,880.00€


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Wehrmacht Jäger m1943 Feldbluse/tunic. 1944 issued, as evidenced by the marking on the liner: size and depot: M44 (Munich 1944). Gorgeous size, approximately 52, for a height of 180 cm to 188 cm, with a sleeve length of 67 cm. The tunic is completely in the original condition. A machine-sewn breast eagle, in the area of ​​a wreath with a swastika, has a loss of a seam and is re-attached with a thread by hand. The Jäger's sleeve insignia (dark green felt made) is sewn to the tunic by hand by the owner. M40 collar tabs are sewn by a machine method and correspond to the general condition of the jacket. The tunic is in excellent worn condition, with traces of front life. The tunic's pocket has holes trough instead of the loops from wearing awards and badges. In the buttonhole, there is a KVK2 ribbon which was attached in the post-war period. Jäger green piped shoulder straps, also late type with a viscose lining. The most interesting thing is that the tunic has combat damage. The left sleeve has traces of shrapnel hits and bloodstains on them, also on the left side on the back, in the area of ​​the waist belt there is a hole from shrapnel. There is a small dried bloodstain on the hooks strap. On the right sleeve, in the shoulder strap area, there is a small moth hole. Absolutely all buttons are present, including cardboard buttons on the sleeves and cardboard buttons on the collar. A wonderful front-line example with traces of a combat use.

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Wehrmacht Jäger m1943 Feldbluse/tunic. 1944 issued, as evidenced by the marking on the liner: size and depot: M44 (Munich 1944). Gorgeous size, approximately 52, for a height of 180 cm to 188 cm, with a sleeve length of 67 cm. The tunic is completely in the original condition. A machine-sewn breast eagle, in the area of ​​a wreath with a swastika, has a loss of a seam and is re-attached with a thread by hand. The Jäger's sleeve insignia (dark green felt made) is sewn to the tunic by hand by the owner. M40 collar tabs are sewn by a machine method and correspond to the general condition of the jacket. The tunic is in excellent worn condition, with traces of front life. The tunic's pocket has holes trough instead of the loops from wearing awards and badges. In the buttonhole, there is a KVK2 ribbon which was attached in the post-war period. Jäger green piped shoulder straps, also late type with a viscose lining. The most interesting thing is that the tunic has combat damage. The left sleeve has traces of shrapnel hits and bloodstains on them, also on the left side on the back, in the area of ​​the waist belt there is a hole from shrapnel. There is a small dried bloodstain on the hooks strap. On the right sleeve, in the shoulder strap area, there is a small moth hole. Absolutely all buttons are present, including cardboard buttons on the sleeves and cardboard buttons on the collar. A wonderful front-line example with traces of a combat use.

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