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    Just thought'd I'd share pictures of my new purchase. I am not sure if the badge is real the dealer included it as the original was missing.
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    I have the feeling this is a Bundes issue tunic modern Luftwaffe.

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    Hi Guys, this is a really nice NSFK Truppführer's tunic. Dated "M 41" for München 1941.

    The maker is Lago München. "Lago's" were co-operatives of small companies which joined together in order to be able to bid on Govt contracts which they would have otherwise been too small to compete on.

    The Icarus badge is a copy (which the owner knows) and is just placed there to show where the original badge would have sat. The threads are still there on the tunic from the original.

    The threads from where the Party armband sat are also still in place and were sown on prior to the lining being fitted into the sleeve.

    This jacket is actually sitting on my lap as we speak!

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Quote by harryamb2 View Post
    I have the feeling this is a Bundes issue tunic modern Luftwaffe.
    At the risk of being abrupt, which I do not want to be among friends, but this is a very nice thing of the period, a Lago is a Landesgennoschaft of small tailors i.e. a regional cooperative of small firms to get contracts on scale, as Adrian so wisely says, and such nomenclature in this form is not found in early Bundeswehr Luftwaffe items.

    Such items in denazified form are well know. It is similar to a Luftwaffe jacket of the III. Reich.

    I think NSFK things are very under appreciated and very collectable in their own right.

    Hurra.
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    I am not expert enough to tell all the differences with NSFK and Luftwaffe uniforms of the epoch in detail, though I have owned a number of Lw Tuchroecke of similar type.
    The NSFK was created after the law and directive for RZM markings, so this kind of more Wehrmacht and or otherwise non RZM stamp seems very correct to me, as well.

    Happy foetid wool and happy Easter and or Passover to all who might read this....and all other holidays that celebrate the beginning of Spring, too, as there is a central Asian one also about now of note.
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    An interesting NSFK tunic. This is the first time for me to see one with a blank right collar tab. It likely indicartes the owner was unassigned. The NSFK insignia would have been mounted over the right breast pocket prewar and on the left sleeve during the war. A very nice item.
    BOB

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    Quote by BOB COLEMAN View Post
    An interesting NSFK tunic. This is the first time for me to see one with a blank right collar tab. It likely indicartes the owner was unassigned. The NSFK insignia would have been mounted over the right breast pocket prewar and on the left sleeve during the war. A very nice item.
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    Thanks for all the comments.

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