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Early Infantry combat tunic

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    Hello! What do you think about this tunic, mates? The price is $1750, it is a good price?
    Regards
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    Hello to Brasil I got mine for $800 plus shipping and pp fees.
    http://warrelics.eu/forum/heer-luftw...n-tunic-30342/
    Looking for the photo albums of Leutnant Emil Freitag, 3. / G.R. 377

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    Almost $1000 of diference!

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    Thanks mate!

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    Try buying from collectors. Merchants are selling for much more. It's natural though as they are trying to make a salary. But if you don't have the money you can find cheaper examples from other collectors.
    Cheers
    Looking for the photo albums of Leutnant Emil Freitag, 3. / G.R. 377

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    Thank you for the indication!
    I'll go to the "For sale" section now!
    regards

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    Seems way too much money to me, should be nearer half that price.

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    Hello,
    Yes there's a big difference between both prices, but there's also a big difference between both jackets....the one in the link posted is a pre-1941 privately purchased Officer tunic made of gabardine, and the one posted here is a regulation M28 Reichsheer Rock made of wool, reissued to Heer personel....No offense Donkihontis7, but this Rock is far more rare than a pre-41 privately purchased Officer tunic...

    Everything looks correct. The collar was replaced by a dark green one, the breast eagle is the first type adopted in 1934. The Litzen are the ones adopted in 1940, it may indicate a reissue from 1940. From the pictures, i have no reason to believe that all insignia aren't period applied.

    I agree that the price is a bit high, but we're not dealing with a private purchased or common item, we're talking about a quite rare Reichsheer regulation Rock reissued as a Heer Feldbluse, apparently in quite good condition with what looks like original and perhaps period applied insignia. More pictures would be needed.

    I know collectors who can buy early Heer Feldblusen with period applied insignia up to $3000/3500....remember that there's a market for everything....
    Thanks
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    Quote by JPhilip View Post
    Hello,
    Yes there's a big difference between both prices, but there's also a big difference between both jackets....the one in the link posted is a pre-1941 privately purchased Officer tunic made of gabardine, and the one posted here is a regulation M28 Reichsheer Rock made of wool, reissued to Heer personel....No offense Donkihontis7, but this Rock is far more rare than a pre-41 privately purchased Officer tunic...

    Everything looks correct. The collar was replaced by a dark green one, the breast eagle is the first type adopted in 1934. The Litzen are the ones adopted in 1940, it may indicate a reissue from 1940. From the pictures, i have no reason to believe that all insignia aren't period applied.

    I agree that the price is a bit high, but we're not dealing with a private purchased or common item, we're talking about a quite rare Reichsheer regulation Rock reissued as a Heer Feldbluse, apparently in quite good condition with what looks like original and perhaps period applied insignia. More pictures would be needed.

    I know collectors who can buy early Heer Feldblusen with period applied insignia up to $3000/3500....remember that there's a market for everything....
    Thanks
    I totally agree with JPhillip on this one. It would be a very nice tunic for any collection.
    SteveR

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    Quote by JPhilip View Post
    Hello,
    Yes there's a big difference between both prices, but there's also a big difference between both jackets....the one in the link posted is a pre-1941 privately purchased Officer tunic made of gabardine, and the one posted here is a regulation M28 Reichsheer Rock made of wool, reissued to Heer personel....No offense Donkihontis7, but this Rock is far more rare than a pre-41 privately purchased Officer tunic...

    Everything looks correct. The collar was replaced by a dark green one, the breast eagle is the first type adopted in 1934. The Litzen are the ones adopted in 1940, it may indicate a reissue from 1940. From the pictures, i have no reason to believe that all insignia aren't period applied.

    I agree that the price is a bit high, but we're not dealing with a private purchased or common item, we're talking about a quite rare Reichsheer regulation Rock reissued as a Heer Feldbluse, apparently in quite good condition with what looks like original and perhaps period applied insignia. More pictures would be needed.

    I know collectors who can buy early Heer Feldblusen with period applied insignia up to $3000/3500....remember that there's a market for everything....
    Thanks
    Not taken Philip I have a limitation in prices and this one goes way off my range. So apparently i will never own one like this one posted here. I like waffenrocks much more than field tunics but wanted one of those too. So i found the one in the link in a good price and grabbed it. It is a M36, right philip?
    Looking for the photo albums of Leutnant Emil Freitag, 3. / G.R. 377

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