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SS M44 Dot camo Tunic some info

Article about: Hi guys just want to get some info about this Tunic, the bottom pockets are missing and i'm not sure if it has been shortened. It has a big blood stain and quite a few patches where it's bee

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    I don't really think it would make too big of a difference , a ribbon , or a couple of awards .
    The bright red ribbon wouldn't make a nice, center mass bullseye?

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    Here is my mint 4 pocket, I have the matching pants. Got them from the vet, along with an SS helmet back in about 1965. Unfortunately I don't think I ever took photos of the marking on the inside, at least I don't find them. Guess I should do that! Both pieces are nicely marked.
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    The bright red ribbon wouldn't make a nice, center mass bullseye?
    With all the equipment worn into combat , mostly black leather . A little red ribbon isn't that big of a deal , red is used in many camouflages . And the Germans wore there medals in combat , many great photos show that practice . Many had jewellers copies made of higher awards so the originals wouldn't get lost in combat .

    Cheers Chris

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    Nice Tunic Sarge, yours has the Eagle and collar tabs but no Shoulder buttons i think theses was the later ones, some soldiers added the insinga even though they was not meant to.
    Looks really good with the SS Collar tabs.

    True Chris a lot of tigers had yellow base with green and brown/red camo patterns, seems alot did wear them into battel

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    Here is mine - nicely marked with the SS Bekleidungswerke stamp. This one is also an earlier jacket with the neck Buttons.

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    And look at SS Liebermuster camo and the post war Swiss pattern based on it .

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    Yeah i've look at them, there very cool! is the SS Liebermuster camo very rare? as i've not seen any for sale

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    Very rare indeed. I have only seen a few in over 35 years of collecting.

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    i take it these are not cheap then Ade?

    Best Martin

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    I've seen one in Koblenz in the Museum short time ago.Click image for larger version. 

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