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Article about: I picked up this Soviet Overcoat at a flea market a couple days ago. I know nothing about Soviet jackets but I thought it was cool so decided to buy it. Does anyone know what rank of officer

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    I picked up this Soviet Overcoat at a flea market a couple days ago. I know nothing about Soviet jackets but I thought it was cool so decided to buy it. Does anyone know what rank of officer would wear this, and what date or era it's from? Thanks!

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    I have no background in this kind of uniform. Those who do will no doubt ask for some inside photos - especially any markings. NH

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    Looks Soviet to me, friend...1980s....I have an East German Overcoat...But it's never cold enough to wear it, lol...
    cheers, Glenn

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    This is the tag on the inside of the coat pocket, idk why all my pictures are flipped

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    I guess that's from there

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    Yes, a typical postwar, perhaps 80's, shinel with the rank of lieutenant colonel (podpolkovnik) of Mechanized Troops.

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    Quote by Bagration View Post
    I guess that's from there

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    I dont think, that its from there:

    ателье ≠ амелье


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    I just noticed that there is a '72' on the back of every button on the coat, so I'm assuming it's from the 70's.

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    Quote by RKKAFan View Post
    I dont think, that its from there:

    ателье ≠ амелье

    In Russian, the lowercase letter Т is sometimes written as m so both m and т are read as T

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    Quote by malinovsky View Post
    In Russian, the lowercase letter Т is sometimes written as m so both m and т are read as T
    Yes youre right, thats the rule for the Russian cursive. TY, another medal for your chest from me.

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