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pioneer litzen

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    Quote by Dimas View Post
    So, My IMO:
    M36 tunic ( by color and collar underlining and wrong placed new collar by share thread) retailored in depot, ( look at the laterly added depot stampings , the collar size is changed to 6 cm, also the stripes for the belt hooks attached as it's normally only for m43 tunics. The artificial silk ( viskosa) liner is started in uniforms construction in the 1942 year, ( in Germany all the cotton was imported from Turkey) Also the tunic itself looks to me as a shortened too.
    hi could be wright

    i`ll place better pics tomorrow but what`s your opinions for the litzen because thats what i wanted to know
    not that the other info isnt interesting because im open to learn in this part of hobby

    thanks in advance
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  3. #12
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    Yes, now I can see the shortened collar and shortened tunic itself, can you say me what you can see in the left below corner near the H43 ?
    The first aid pocket is not shortened, due of it's a depot re-tailored, and by order the pocket is useful and must be there.
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    Dimas

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  4. #13

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    Quote by Dimas View Post
    Yes, now I can see the shortened collar and shortened tunic itself, can you say me what you can see in the left below corner near the H43 ?
    The first aid pocket is not shortened, due of it's a depot re-tailored, and by order the pocket is useful and must be there.
    near h43 is nothing only a piece of wire to the button in the middle
    but left below corner i dont see nothing only green wool

    tommorow i will place better pics oke

  5. #14
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    I mean digit under the 39
    Regards,
    Dimas

    my Skype: warrelics

  6. #15

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    I mean digit under the 39
    from picture i see something that looks like a 32 and a 61 ?

  7. #16
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    probably 62 and and 61, due of 62 is a lenght of the tunic (originally was 71) and by look the tunic lenght is approximately the same as the cuff length
    Regards,
    Dimas

    my Skype: warrelics

  8. #17
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    interesting to look the holes for belt supporting, because they all must go under the pocket flap, due of 9 cm shortened
    Regards,
    Dimas

    my Skype: warrelics

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    Quote by Dimas View Post
    probably 62 and and 61, due of 62 is a lenght of the tunic (originally was 71) and by look the tunic lenght is approximately the same as the cuff length
    ill take a look tomorrow in the tunic
    if there is a double code ill post pics oke

    thanks for the help so far

    does this increase the tunic in price or does it gow down

    let me know

  10. #19

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    Quote by Dimas View Post
    interesting to look the holes for belt supporting, because they all must go under the pocket flap, due of 9 cm shortened
    yep that is interesting

    did you see the 2 metal hooks inside the point up
    1 is seen near the big yellow stamp

  11. #20
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    I think that makes a tunic more interesting, but it depends of the buyer, advanced collector would like this tunic, but someone needs just a factory example as must be. IMO, it does not matter and the price is the same as for a factory example ( even that kind of tunics is more rare) I know the one guy who collect only Reitz items, that will be interesting to him
    Regards,
    Dimas

    my Skype: warrelics

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