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Article about: by youthcollector1 Compare the collar and should-boards to this NCO dress tunic. If it's for a NCO the should-boards and collar tabs will match this, Attachment 574443 And if it's for a offi

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ID:	574431Just got this one, am not very well up on uniforms, any help or opinions welcome, thanks in advance
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    Heer parade-dress uniform for either mountain or armored infantry, or even just infantry. It is hard to see much with the picture provided.

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    Thanks I will get clearer shots up tomorrow, Can you id it now based on the rear shot?

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    It is undoubtably a parade-dress tunic for a officer of a infantry division.

    Add: Looking closer it could be for a NCO. I can't tell due to I'm on my phone and the picture quality is so bad and blurry.

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    Compare the collar and should-boards to this NCO dress tunic.
    If it's for a NCO the should-boards and collar tabs will match this,
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    And if it's for a officer the should-boards and collar tabs will match this,
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    It's definitely not an officer's tunic, but an NCO one.

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    There you go! Thank you HPL. I agree, and can see the NCO lining now. The new picture was helpful.

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    Cheers lads any idea on what these jackets sell for?

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    600-800 usd on a dealers site, depending on condition, named, unit marked, private purchase, etc.
    If sold collector to collector, expect a little less.

    Here is some information on rank, unit, etc.
    Wehrmacht Rank
    And for dealer pricing, it is easily found with a quick search on google of heer NCO dress uniform for sale.
    You can find what collectors sell these for on estand, which has quite a few NCO dress tunics at the monument.
    Last edited by youthcollector1; 09-27-2013 at 01:36 AM.

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    Hi Paddy, search "waffenrock" for more info.

    Cheers, Ade.
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