Not my bag but for what it is worth I like the look of it.
just saw this thread,
just my tuppence worth but the majority of clothes worn in the second world war should have worn sleeves, the buttons should also be worn, unless this was parade ground issue (( not likely due to the belt area which appears worn, I would say that a thorough examination of the garment for dead lice /fleas would show whether it was in use in combat areas, they leave evidence of the nits, eggs within the threads of the garment (, if left at home in a cupboard, surprised that there are no moth holes, are there any small repairs? It's a nice item but I'm not sure it's genuine. But Im not a tailor somaybe someone else can help. thanks for posting.
Yes, i love the way this looks, if you decide to part with it, please do let me know.
it is DJ duetsches jungvolk winter gear as for originalty i woulnt like to comment
Authentic or not, i would still be interested in it, it would make a great display piece sitting in my den.
cool make good display for you
Whats really funny is, we both want it, and its probably not for sale, I would not sale it, if it was mine.