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Tunic M32

Article about: Hi Does anyone know more about this tunic, i believe it is an M32 German Army tunic made of wool. I have more pics of stitching a buttons but can anyone give me a heads up

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    Stu
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    Default Tunic M32

    Hi
    Does anyone know more about this tunic, i believe it is an M32 German Army tunic made of wool.
    I have more pics of stitching a buttons but can anyone give me a heads up
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    Hi STU

    you have a beautiful M36 tunic .

    It should be interesting to see the inside marking for other information (manufacturer and building date ).

    I show my only one M 36 tunic (Panzer)
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    Thanks for the reply
    here are spme pics of inside markings
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    Unfortunately stamps you show as RBN 40- is fantasy and the size digits code- Kammerstempel is also looks ugly to me, Sorry for my bad opinion. Can you make some close up inside details of the tunisc, also eagle and back part of collar?
    Last edited by Flamm; 10-30-2007 at 11:08 PM.

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    Default Re: Tunic M32

    Hi
    No i value all opinions.
    when you say ugly... do you mean fake or just bad looking.
    Cheers

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    I mean not correct, firstly this tunics cannot be RB Nr stamped, each of this tunic must have at least date in 2 digit format and first letter of army depot under the size number.
    For example F.39 or M.37
    Then RBNR must contain long slashed number like 0/0000/0003
    The Size digits is unproperly marked with the error font. But we need to see more closer pictures of the liner's material and other details as shown before. Probably someone has" restored" digits which was removed due of washing etc...

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    Default Re: Tunic M32

    And really bears neck 48 cm as stamped, usually 44-45

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    Default Re: Tunic M32

    Hi Here are a few more pics,
    Cheers
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    The material used on the collar is right, but needs some pictures of the underlayer of collar, also the eagle, and liner, eyelets and material of the tunic athe end of the cuffs, where can be seen the structure of the material used on the tunic

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    Stu
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    Default Re: Tunic M32

    Here are some pics which i think show the make up of the article
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