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Tunic, what model?

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    Default Tunic, what model?

    I got this one as a birthday present last year, (worn by Otto Siemon, Oberleutnant, 4. Kavallerie–Brigade / 4. Kavallerie–Division / Kav.Rgt 5) but cannot find out what model this is.

    TIA, guys!
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    Heer Officers M36.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Thank you

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    Really nice tunic Stinschen!

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    Thank you. I really like it, itīs my first, so
    How should I store this? Itīs just hanging on my closet door.

    EDIT: question answered.

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    I have mine displayed on a mannequin but different people have different ideas about that. I was told by a dressmaker to put my tunics in a plastic bag and put them in the freezer every two months to help protect them from insect damage. The freezer kills bugs, larvae and their eggs.

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    A coat hanger is not great for long term storage, but if you do use them make sure they are well made and ideally padded. A torso form is better. Museums will store them in acid free cardboard boxes.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    The mannequin sounds like itīs a good option, but Iīm in an apartment, so Iīll have to go with the plastic bag.

    The silver eagle has to be sewn onto the tunic, the eagle that came with the tunic, sort of came apart, so I was lucky to get another one from the seller. Question: what type of thread do I need, any specific type, or brand, color?

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    Ideally old dark green pure cotton thread.

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    Ok, will get some new green thread though.

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