Looks ok , but looks to me like the eagle has been sewn back on at a later date
I agree with Kradman.
Is it possible the eagle was period reapplied, or even applied by the soldier like the chevron appears to have been? I've seen some fairly crude stitching jobs, even with breast eagles, so I'm curious if they were sometimes applied by the soldier.
Any thoughts regarding my previous question?
Any size or manufacturing markings on the interior pocket? NH
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It appears to me to be a used standard Luft tunic with replaced breast eagle and sleeve chevron. Replaced as in not factory issued sewing. When was it replaced, we will never know but most likely post war. After the war the swastika was supposed to be removed from everything. A lot of tunics had their eagles removed and stuck back into the closet. Could it have been done by the soldier? Sure. The sewing job on this piece wouldn't have lasted very long under any use or wear. This is a simple whip stich just to hold it on. This was done by a total amateur. In my opinion post war applied.
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