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Heer Officers greatcoat: original or high quality replica

Article about: by lorland I till have another question : Why does this kind of coad much less expensive than combat tunic ? It seems that the personal tailor would be much more rare . Collectors prefer the

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    Default Heer Officers greatcoat: original or high quality replica

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    This is a very nice original.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    thanks ! and I just hear about some informations about wwii uniform : Chinese guys made a lot of replics and made lt old like a natural wear . and there are also many high quality movie clothing produced in 50 or 60 years ,,after several years ,they will be looked like original .Is that ture?

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    Quote by lorland View Post
    thanks ! and I just hear about some informations about wwii uniform : Chinese guys made a lot of replics and made lt old like a natural wear . and there are also many high quality movie clothing produced in 50 or 60 years ,,after several years ,they will be looked like original .Is that ture?
    It looks correct to me. Fakes/copies do exist but they are not yet of sufficient quality to fool an experienced collector, especially one with Ade's experience.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    that's a v/nice one.

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    Quote by Jerry B View Post
    It looks correct to me. Fakes/copies do exist but they are not yet of sufficient quality to fool an experienced collector, especially one with Ade's experience.
    I till have another question : Why does this kind of coad much less expensive than combat tunic ? It seems that the personal tailor would be much more rare .

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    Welcome to the forum, lorland!

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    Chinese fakes are not as good as this original.

    Combat tunics have a much wider sales appeal, hence they are more sought after and more expensive to buy.

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    Quote by lorland View Post
    I till have another question : Why does this kind of coad much less expensive than combat tunic ? It seems that the personal tailor would be much more rare .
    Collectors prefer the tunics to the greatcoats, regardless of the quality, so the coats are cheaper.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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