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Light-jacket M/39-41

Article about: Hi folks! I've had this signals Senior Lieutenant jacket for a long time and I do not know whether this WW2 or postwar. this m/39-41 model was apparently used up to 1960`s?

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    Hi folks! I've had this signals Senior Lieutenant jacket for a long time and I do not know whether this WW2 or postwar. this m/39-41 model was apparently used up to 1960`s?Click image for larger version. 

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    Postwar I think. The constructiom seems to be postwar and the rank of yliluutnantti (senior lieutenant) was introduced after the war.

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    Kiitos paljon So it goes to the post-war collection

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    Sorry cant see any photos ?

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    hmm,something wrong with the site? I can see them if not logged in, and when logs in to the page they disappear?

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    I did the same thing and saw the photos , This is a odd looking tunic ,the pocket type looks like model m27 and to me looks like the collar has been replaced at some time as looks a different color to the tunic , the rank patches rank are postwar as already put , I am thinking its a prewar tailored tunic new collar added and worn postwar , The model m36 tunic was worn well into the 1960s and then the later tunic as still worn now had a open collar

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    Quote by kradman View Post
    I did the same thing and saw the photos , This is a odd looking tunic ,the pocket type looks like model m27 and to me looks like the collar has been replaced at some time as looks a different color to the tunic , the rank patches rank are postwar as already put , I am thinking its a prewar tailored tunic new collar added and worn postwar , The model m36 tunic was worn well into the 1960s and then the later tunic as still worn now had a open collar
    Nothing odd in it, it is - as the original author said - Kevyt takki m/39 (Light Jacket m/39) with the post 1941 modified collar. Collectors call this type Light Jacket m/39-41 to distinguish it from the Light Jacket m/39 which had a stand collar instead of the stand-and-fall collar as in this one.

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