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    Sticky: Fabulous - yep - that's the word I'm looking for,...

    Fabulous - yep - that's the word I'm looking for, gentlemen :)
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    Sticky: Loving those LW FlaK troop photos

    Loving those LW FlaK troop photos
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    Sticky: Some very good images, gentlemen! Here's one...

    Some very good images, gentlemen!
    Here's one just in the door. The tunic is obviously a later manufactured 1st pattern - but the detail I like is the clearly removed soutache on the cap.
    Regards,...
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    Sticky: Excellent!

    Excellent!
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    Sticky: I'd respectfully disagree. The lighting, cap...

    I'd respectfully disagree. The lighting, cap fading and more importantly the proud profile of the cap (which is quite possibly a Lubstein) speak again'st a two-tone panelled cap - in my opinion....
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    Sticky: Hi Nigel, I'd say Micklei's cap has a proud...

    Hi Nigel,
    I'd say Micklei's cap has a proud peak, shading just slightly the lower section?
    Here's a good image I recently picked up.
    Regards,
    Mark
    NZ
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    Sticky: I'll see if I can find one photo I have of a wool...

    I'll see if I can find one photo I have of a wool tunic with tropical straps....that's also not a common image.
    Mark
    NZ
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    Sticky: Re: Wehrmacht & Tropical

    Here's one of mine - a bleached 1st pattern with collar tabs.
    Regards,
    Mark
    NZ
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    Sticky: Re: Wehrmacht & Tropical

    Hi Ralph,
    The 2nd pattern tropical tunic with the Pz tabs on the collars is very uncommon - but certainly not unknown. Excellent image.
    Regards,
    Mark
    NZ
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    Sticky: Re: Wehrmacht & Tropical

    JP, The superb photo of Oberleutnant Gunther Micklei, signal's officer, 2Abt/PzRgt5. (KIA 27/5/42).
    Regards,
    Mark
    NZ
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    Sticky: Re: Wehrmacht & Tropical

    Great thread, JP!
    The boots are 2nd type - quite possibly cut down but also maybe still entire - we'll never know...
    Regards,
    Mark
    NZ
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