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Identifying a telogreika jacket

Article about: Gentlemen, Since my childhood, the image of the soviet soldier of the Great Patriotic War included the telogreika padded jacket. For me it is an iconic part of his uniform, and it has ever s

  1. #81

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    Hi,
    I think the last picture is of the telogreika backwards.
    Long ago we heard from Mike, I hope he's okay ..
    Regards.
    Philippe

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    thank you richie and philippe for your comments.
    yes, philippe, you are right. it's backwards to show the liner.

    the cut of the telo is pretty much the same of yours. which is the best example of a ww2 used i could find.
    but the button thing is bothering me...
    so the top buttons are definitiv(?) after war, like the buttons on GUS' telo.
    but they have a other way of being sewed on. X vs || (hope you know what i mean)
    and the lower ones are used in ww2, but also later?
    let me guess, there are no stamps/ identifying feature on them to proof them

    best regards
    dante

  4. #83

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    Hi,
    The top buttons are postwar and other buttons, they could be changed later but they are authentic. For markings, sometimes the lack of markings is preferable to a questionable marking. I again watched this telegroika and I am sure it is a manufacturing ww2 .......... but this is just my opinion.
    Regards.
    Philippe

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    it's backwards to show the liner.
    How silly of me not to notice that...
    .

    Fellow collectors are NOT adversaries to be bested...

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    Up until 1950-es padded jackets had liners made from different materials than face of jackets. For those who can read russian these are technical conditions from 1941 and 1944.

    P.S. From what I can see last jacket shown here made in 1970-es.
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    Liners inside sleeves and body of jacket were done from different materials. This is how it was done.
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    Thank you again Philippe for your view.
    I'm self not sure, what to think.

    So a big thanks to you, vvadim.
    At first for your view and of course for the
    great documents you share with us, for a better comparison.

    I'm wondering about just 2 things.
    How binding were these official pattern- Is anything know of production tolerance due to different producer?
    AND
    Are there chances to get same information about '45 and pre'41 model telogreikas ?

    As I said befor, I'm not sure.
    but on an other picture it seems the lining has a different color than outside...
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    what do you think?

    but otherwise i can't see a difference in materials, body liner vs sleeves liner...

    thanks all for your help.
    dante

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    Quote by Dante17 View Post
    but on an other picture it seems the lining has a different color than outside...
    but otherwise i can't see a difference in materials, body liner vs sleeves liner...
    Sleeves' liner was made from flannel and body liner was made from calico. Find real WW2 jacket is close to impossible.

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    vvadim, i think your right. lucky ones how have a real one.
    the specification for the fabric , you mentioned, is it only used at '41-'44 telos?

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    My nan used to wear one just like this one, i never asked her though how old it was, she lived in a village in russia named Verkhniy Momon, on the don river and survived through the civil war and both world wars. Her telogreyka was looking very very poorly the last time i saw it. I suspect it was her father's who served in the war.

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