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1943 Swedish Tunic

Article about: A new nice addition in my collection my fellow collectors.What do you think?.Is it fine?

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    Default 1943 Swedish Tunic

    A new nice addition in my collection my fellow collectors.What do you think?.Is it fine?Click image for larger version. 

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    A good tunic for someone in the Swedish Home Guard.

    Reenactors used to dye these and use them as German tunics. That was before reproductions were widely available.

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    Thanks for your help mate.I am very exciting with this because its my first tynic and it was dirty cheap: 15 euros

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    After a small search i discovered that this tunic is a m/39 that has redone for the m/59 style by putting two pockets on the rear.I would like to know if the collars,buttons etc are ww2 or post war made.Here is a photo of a inside pocket's button.Thanks for your time and helpClick image for larger version. 

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    I have one of these tunics, too. Mine has the blue 'H' and crown home guard badge. I'm not sure if I ever posted it...

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    Mate i found a answer for the buttons with the 3 swedish crowns.The front buttons have made from the same manufactor,but this not for the buttons at the backside pockets.So i believe that the front buttons are ww2 made

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    Know the question is for the collars

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    looks good

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    I know,colt45,that they are looks good but i think that they are post war.Thanks for your time

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