Heer Art.Rgt. 67 uniform & medal grouping - Oberstleutnant
Fine privately purchased artillery parade tunic tailored by "Hamkens" based in Hamburg. Originally attached tailor's tag to the fine green silk lining. No name tag. Period time machine-attached officer's collar tabs.
Re-attached Oberstleutnant shoulder boards with gilt "67" cyphers and fine hand-embroidered breast eagle. Underneath the right shoulder board is a button holding a fine parade aiguilette. It shows no corrosion at all. Typical red piping along the collar, the cuffs and the buttons line.
Only one small moth hole to the reverse. Medium size.
Postwar Bundeswehr (!) straight trousers. Red artillery piping. Grey linen lining. A removed (ripped-off) Bundeswehr tag. The style is nearly identical to Wehrmacht trousers.
All buttons complete and originally attached. No damage. Condition 2.
Waist: 72cm. Length: 88cm.
Excellent Heer officer's parade belt & buckle. Aluminum buckle. Assmann maker marked. No corrosion to the brocade. No mothing to the cloth backing. "95" length stamped. Condition 1.
1914 Iron Cross 1st Class. "800" silver stamped. Possibly made by Juncker. Repaired/missing catch.
5-place medal with with 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class, War Merit Cross 2nd Class, "Hindenburg Cross", and two Heer Long Service Awards. 25 (magnetic!) and 12 years. A very nice medal bar which however looks postwar mounted to us.