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Article about: Hello, I need your help about this tunic. It looks original but what do you think of the buttons? Technical unit buttons on a tankman suit? Thank you for your answers. best regards jean-séba

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    Hello, I need your help about this tunic. It looks original but what do you think of the buttons? Technical unit buttons on a tankman suit? Thank you for your answers.

    best regards
    jean-sébastien

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    The buttons are NKPS - Railways. I do not believe there existed "Technical" buttons - but of course, I may be uninformed.

    As far as the tunic: It seems to be authentic. Collar tabs seem original type also, but reapplied.

    I do not like the date stamp. IMO, it seems too bold for such a worn/faded tunic...
    Non nobis, Domine, non nobis, sed nomini tuo da gloriam!


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    Thank you very much RichieC for your expertise. You ask the good questions IMO: why this type of buttons with this armour crew tabs? what a fresh stamp on a faded tunic. In this case, why does the seller print this stamp? Are sceptic about the letter and the signs of the stamp or only because it is too bold? I really need your help because I have to do the terrrible choise: "buy or not to buy". Thank you for your help Richie.

    Jean Sébastien

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    Fake stamps are very common. It seems that some collectors like to see stamps, even on original pieces. - it makes the item even more "authentic" - and the unscrupulous capitalize on this. However, this particular stamp could indeed be 100% original to the item.

    I have only provided my opinions.

    Perhaps Dimas, Philippe, Dom, Marc, or Vadim will see this thread and comment further...
    Non nobis, Domine, non nobis, sed nomini tuo da gloriam!


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