01-31-2014 06:54 PM
If you want a real opinion, the uniform itself (not the images) has to be examined in person by the more accomplished uniform inspectors. And I am not one of these.
Here is the response from one expert I consult.
"....This is basically an Army tunic mfg'd in the early
Pleatless patch pockets, w/lower pockets
3 hole belt ramp holes in the characteristic
Dark green collar as intoduced in 1936
Partial cotton lining
I agree with you -- bottom line analysis is left
to a person who has the opportunity to inspect
the tunic "in hand". Pictures have a tendency to
"lie" -- in other words, not always reveal the
cheat/possible alteration aspects...."
Herr Winkler. Not an individual I would do business with.
LIFE'S LOSERS NEVER LEARN FROM THE ERROR OF THEIR WAYS.
I´v heard that Kai winkler is know for "making/tailoring" his own tunics... I would not buy from him either.
Thanks for letting me know guys.
Agreed, and nor would I. This individual is known for his humped up items and ground-up fakes, and this one is no exception. The tunic also appears to possibly have a shadow of a Heer chest eagle(I'd personally need this in hand to verify that however).
by BOB COLEMAN
I'd like to examine the chest area of the tunic in the flesh as there looks to be a hint of a shadow!...
It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.
I'm Spartacus, not really i'm Paul!...
Buy from this dealer at your own risk. I am surprised he still has his teeth after an incident with a close friend a couple years back. BTW you see here a humped up army tunic.