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My ww2 militaria - 2011

Article about: New Today - 7. June!!!! WOUND BADGE IN SILVER 1939 This wound badge in silver I got for free It is marked: "127"

  1. #141

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    Thanks Tom!
    This is the Kristiansand Cannon Museum in Norway
    Just google it

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  3. #142

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    NEW!!

    This is one of the five new German uniforms I just purchased
    What are your thoughts on this tunic?
    Please comment (all comments and questions are welcome)


    Luftwaffe Flight/Paratrooper Hauptmann´s white Summer Tunic.

    Nice quality, private purchase light weight, white ribbed cotton construction tunic. It has lay-down
    collar and four silver coloured buttons front and four pleated pockets with scalloped pocketflaps.
    All buttons are removable. On left breast pocket there is loops for one medal
    and above pocket loops for a long ribbon or medalbar.

    It has guilt aluminium top slip in (T-type) shoulderboards with golden yellow wool underlay for flight/paratrooper,
    here with two guilt pips on each board denoting rank of Hauptmann. At collar the tunic has Hauptmanns collartabs
    with three gulls each, they are attached with press buttons.
    Above the right breastpocket a metal breasteagle makermarked with "A" for Assmann.

    Tunic is in very good condition with no holes, rips, tears or mothing.
    It does have some slight staining though and some smaller wear around the metal eagle.
    All in all it must rate in Very Good condition.

    Very Nice Luftwaffe Summer tunic in my opinion

    Best regards from Norway
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  4. #143

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    im liking the tunic and the museum(hmm wonder if theres a limit)

    tom

  5. #144

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    Thanks Tom!

  6. #145

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    NEW!!
    This is nr. 2 of the five new German uniforms I just purchased
    What are your thoughts on this tunic?
    Please comment (all comments and questions are welcome)



    Heer Artillery Beobachter Hauptmann in Artillery Rgt 20 Greatcoat.

    Double-breasted greatcoat in finest fieldgrey doeskin cloth. Greatcoat has a darkgreen collar.
    Sew in junior officers dul laluminium top shoulderboards with red underlays.
    Each board have two guilt pips as well as a "B" and "20" cyphers denoting Rank of Artillery Beobachter in Artillery Rgt 20.

    Taylor made greatcoat fully lined in grey rayon/silk cloth. Coat is void from tailorlabel or nametag.
    It has a opening for sword and daggerhanger which has been reinforced with leather, probably due to
    the officer often wearing eather of them.

    Greatcoat shows little wear and have slight napwear to highlights, some light soiling at the lower
    edge and a couple of small moth holes, nothing major though.
    The greatcoat is in overall good condition. All original buttons looks to be present.

    All in all a good size issue greatcoat in very good used condition!!
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  7. #146

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    NEW!!
    This is nr. 3 of the five new German uniforms I just purchased
    What are your thoughts on this tunic?
    Please comment (all comments and questions are welcome)


    Heer Artillery Rgt 47 NCO´s Greatcoat.

    Double-breasted greatcoat in fieldgrey Uniform cloth. Greatcoat has a darkgreen collar.
    Slip On NCO fieldgrey shoulder straps piped in red for artillery branch and the numerals "47"
    and one pip each with closed silver litz denoting rank of Feldwebel in Artillery Rgt 47.

    Issue greatcoat is fully lined in grey drill cloth. Coat is sizestamped and makermarked
    as well as depotstamped E38 for Erfurth depot 1938. The coat has his
    name Weinacht and "I/ARG 47" written inside which translates to
    I Company/Batterie/Batalion Artillery Regiment 47.

    All in all greatcoat shows little wear and have slight napwear to highlighted points
    and a mending on the backside of the dark green collar, other than that no holes,
    mothing, rips or tears. All original buttons are present.

    Good size issue greatcoat in close to unworn condition
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  8. #147

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    New!!
    This is nr. 4 of the five new German uniforms I just purchased
    What are your thoughts on this tunic?
    Please comment (all comments and questions are welcome)


    Heer Artillery NCO´s Greatcoat.

    Double-breasted greatcoat in fieldgrey Uniform cloth. Combat type with the fieldgrey collar.
    Slip On NCO fieldgrey shoulder straps with the embroided numeral "6" in red thread
    and open silver litz denoting rank of Uffz in Artillery Rgt 6.

    Issue greatcoat is lined in grey drill cloth and arms in rayon cloth.
    Coat is sizestamped and makermarked as well as depotstamped M39 for Munchen depot 1939.

    Greatcoat shows little wear and have slight napwear to highlights, other than that no holes,
    mothing, rips or tears. Coat is hemmed at lower edge. All original buttons are present.

    All in all a neat size issue greatcoat in close to unworn condition
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  9. #148

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    New!!
    This is nr. 5 of the five new German uniforms I just purchased
    What are your thoughts on this tunic?
    Please comment (all comments and questions are welcome)


    Heer - Festungspioneer Oberfeldwebel Service Tunic

    Little worn M36 Service Tunic with five button front. Tunic is made of fine
    summerweight ribbed fieldgrey cloth with smooth darkgreen cloth on collar.
    Two pleated breast pockets and two hidden slash pockets below. Fold-up cuffs.
    Machinesewn to collar are bright aluminum handembroidered litzen on black wool tabs
    of the Officers type. Bright aluminum NCO´s Tresse along upper edge of collar.


    Tunic has sewn-in dark green wool top shoulder boards piped in black wool. Boards has the
    same bright aluminum NCO´s tress sewn around closed at base, each board with two silvered
    pips each as well as a "Fp" cypher thus representing the rank of an Festungspioneer Oberfeldwebel and
    Officer Candidate. This soldier is also well trained as he have a wonderful bullion embroidered
    Assault boot pilots sleeve badge on the left arm. On the right lower arm there is also a trade
    badge for master fortress maintenance personnel.


    Nice high quality bullion breast eagle, hand sewn above right breast pocket. On left breast pocket
    are loops for one award and above pocket are loops for a small ribbon bar.
    On right side there is a very nice condition shooting cord with one acorn.


    Fully lined in green ribbed rayon cloth with yellow rayon cloth in sleeves.
    Has slot sewn for dagger or sword hanger as well as a set of extra internal belts.
    Not maker marked or named inside.


    Tunic shows little wear and is in a fantastic condition, it has some slight stainings at the area
    where the parade belt was worn as well where a small extra internal hook for perfect closure is attached.
    Except that, there is no stainings, no rips or tears, no holes or moth,
    just an amazingly nice tunic for a very well educated Pioneer Officers candidate.
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  10. #149

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    im thinking 2 things:
    1st very nice tunics they all look beutiful
    2nd can you adopt me
    you got a awsome collection how many tunics do you have now

    tom

  11. #150

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    1st Thanks Tom!
    2nd hahahahah!

    Thanks again Tom, you also!

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