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    The two eagles are both on brown back grounds. The top one is metallic. It is brown on top of Feld grau. Are they DAK?
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    The top one is not DAK/tropical but an early issue Officers flatwire eagle worn on the conventional continental issue M36 Feldbluse.

    The second is not a pattern I have seen before. I cannot say I am crazy about it.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    [QUOTE=Adrian Stevenson;103341]The top one is not DAK/tropical but an early issue Officers flatwire eagle worn on the conventional continental issue M36 Feldbluse.

    The second is not a pattern I have seen before. I cannot say I am crazy about it.

    Cheers, Ade.[/QUOTE Ade - Actually I have 2 of these. they are very slightly different. Even the wool is different. What do you think? Repro? Legit?
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    I don't know.

    They might be Italian made if original. But I am guessing here which is not really fair.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Hi,
    I can only agree with Adrian about the second (&3rd) eagle, as a type I do not recognise and I expect they are copies.
    The flat wire is as Adrian said, early type for officers, but I would add that this type is also used by EM's and NCO's for the dress tunic, such as an Ausgehrock or a Waffenrock.

    VonBond

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    I agree with above comments. The eagle above is an early pattern. I never saw the bottom one but I'd rule out it could be an italian made eagle.I have one in my collection and they are different

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