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Seen this Panzer Wrap at the Tank Museum at Bovington worth a look

Article about: it must be original worth a look mite be handy to compare others to not the best pics as its behind glass Regards Martin Edit dont no why there sideways :/

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    Default Seen this Panzer Wrap at the Tank Museum at Bovington worth a look

    it must be original worth a look mite be handy to compare others to not the best pics as its behind glass

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    Regards Martin

    Edit dont no why there sideways :/
    Last edited by rbminis; 06-30-2015 at 06:13 AM. Reason: Edited to orient photos correctly.

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    This is a Heer wrap, not SS. I have move the thread to the Heer Luftwaffe and Kreigsmarine Forum
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    Martin,
    Please attempt to figure out how to post your photos correctly. It is not fair to other members to expect them to look at the photos sideways.
    Thank you,
    Ralph.
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    Hi Martin, I have seen this Heer Officers Panzer Jacke many times over the years. It is a great original item.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    mix up on my part sorry it was late after a 240 mile drive

    sorry Ralph they was the right way up on my PC once i posted when sideways

    Hi Ade yeah its a really nice item would love to get on or a SS warp


    Martin

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    And the Panzer MG 34 ! In 2015, it's very rare.
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    yeah i held a MG 34 and a MG 42 at the Tank Fest , what nice pieces they are

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    Well i was back at the Museum with my new DLSR Camera took some better pics and close ups it is behind glass.
    Thought id update the thread for any one whos interested

    Does anyone know how long it's been there for?

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    I have know it there for a long time, 20 years plus.

    This is a privately made Officers jacke. Note the "Trikot" ribbed wool. Another point of interest is the "badge cloth" green backing to the breast eagle, obviously the tailor only had a conventional service dress eagle in stock and not a black backed one. Not unusual to find. As the collar in not piped and the tabs are rayon piped in the pale pink shade, I would say this is a mid wartime made item.

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    I'm fairly sure it was there in the early 70's when I paid a visit with our regiment.
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