1918 — 1945
COUNTRY Deutschland LOT 50-0090
MATERIAL DIMENSIONS EAN 2000000496122
Heer Inf.Rgt.41 uniform grouping for an Unteroffizier
Family purchased grouping never available on the market. It came of the grandson of the veteran who decided to keep his M40 combat helmet but sell the rest.
Heer M43 field tunic period time modified to look like a more elegant M36 tunic by adding M36 insignia as well as a dark green collar. All insignia are 101% period time attached to the tunic.
Zick-zack machine-attached (through the liner) breast eagle. A machine-woven officer's type. Machine-attached collar tabs and NCO tress to the collar. The same tress was used to tailor the slip-on shoulder boards. White piping. Unteroffizier rank.
The tunic itself is wihout any moth damage. There is only moth holes to the shoulder boards and the green collar.
Fine silk lining. Size stamped as well as "F43" depot marked and "Reichsbetriebsnummer" stamped. Including two belt hooks and an extra protection collar.
A tombak Wound Badge in silver (30 marked) is attached to a pair of award loops. Perido time attached Iron Cross 2nd Class ribbon. All butttons complete and originally attached.
Medium size. This tunic was mosts probably worn back home during front vacation. It shows only minor signs of wear.
The tunic was found on a period time hanger which will ship with this lot.
Combat seen M36 coat with original 1944 dated combat instruction papers written by him inside. See pictures. "E38" depot stamped as well as size marked and maker stamped. Including his original Infanterie Unteroffizier slip-on shoulder boards in nice condition. No moth damage. Inf.Rgt.41 embroidered slip-on cyphers.
Complete with all buttons. Cotton lining. Some moth damage. Medium size.
Early depot issued Heer Infanterie visor cap. EM/NCO type. 100% originally attached aluminum insignia. Typical orange color water-resistant lining. "56" size stamped. Intact celluloid diamond. Moth/mouse damaged sweat-band Some moth damage to the cloth as well.