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Is the a real tunic and is it a good deal for the condition its in?

Article about: If I do end up purchasing this i'd slowly like to restore it. I doubt I'd ever sell it though, exspeacially since it would be my first ever WWII German tunic.

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    Default Re: Is the a real tunic and is it a good deal for the condition its in?

    Hi Guys, the collar could easily be replaced. Officers had the option to buy from unit QM stores enlisted mens tunics for use in the field. These were often tailored for a smarter look.

    More pics will tell the full story.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Default Re: Is the a real tunic and is it a good deal for the condition its in?

    All I meant about the collar was that it appeared to me to look a bit larger than normal and appeared to be in slightly better condition than the rest of the tunic. Of course depending on how it was stored, folded in a particular way maybe could account for it being preserved better. I would buy it in a shot at that price, I think it is terrific and M36 tunics are iconic.

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