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Original early post war Russian Navy officer tunic with shoulder boards!?

Article about: Hi everyone I was told this tonic was from a Russian navy captain of the coastal service (artillery or anti-aircraft) and it is the same style as one from WWII era. However there is no maker

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    Are you sure Dim, that those are RF made for use by their modern forces? The quality is so poor...

    For example, notice the difference compared to these RF boards:
    Click to enlarge the picture Click to enlarge the picture Original early post war Russian Navy officer tunic with shoulder boards!?   Original early post war Russian Navy officer tunic with shoulder boards!?  

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    Hi RichieC and Dimas


    Thanks again for your info and valuable pictures. Here are the boards I have in hand. They all post war made. Not sure if I can choose one of them to put on this tunic. Please advise thanks.

    Original early post war Russian Navy officer tunic with shoulder boards!?Original early post war Russian Navy officer tunic with shoulder boards!?

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    Unfortunately, none are applicable...

    Please revisit the link provided by Dimas and myself.
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    Hi

    I think I have to try to get another boards set then.
    How about these buttons? They seems from 40'tp 50'. Are they applicable to this tonic? thanks.

    Original early post war Russian Navy officer tunic with shoulder boards!?Original early post war Russian Navy officer tunic with shoulder boards!?

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    What size are they? - in MM.
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    It's about 21mm each, thanks.

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    They will work just fine.

    Now you need to find shoulder-boards. I recommend these: http://www.aboutww2militaria.com/insign_rus/pagon25.jpg

    With these: http://www.aboutww2militaria.com/Dec...005/stars1.jpg
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    Hi RichieC
    Thanks agian for your great help. I really appreciate your valuable info, thanks.

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    Hello,

    I take the opportunity of the threat to ask a question about the bellow shoulder board, just wondering if they are Naval Costal colonel that could fit on such uniform or if this are more M46 for service colonel. Or both.

    Original early post war Russian Navy officer tunic with shoulder boards!?

    Best regards

    Bruno

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