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Article about: Can someone tell me what model is this overcoat?. M 27 or M 41? The collar tabs were, it seems, never sewn on the collar. Paul

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    Can someone tell me what model is this overcoat?. M 27 or M 41? The collar tabs were, it seems, never sewn on the collar.

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    M 27, and really nice. The M 27 has pointed cuff ends, m 41 stright line
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    Dimas

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    Many thanks Dimas.

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