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EAN 2000000248840 MATERIAL DIMENSIONS MAKER WEIGHT
MATERIAL DIMENSIONS EAN 2000000248840 MAKER WEIGHT
Heer Art.Rgt.10 uniform grouping to Hauptmann Plank
Very nice and absolutely untouched uniform grouping to Hauptmann Plank serving as a Kompanie leader with Artillerie-Regiment 10 based in Amberg, Bavaria. Consisting of his 4-pocket field tunic and his coat. The tailor of his tunic and coat was Paul Weigand, also based in Amberg. This grouping was never available on the market before!
Fine 4-pocket field tunic with 100% original attached insignia. Very interesting "Artillerie-Regiment 10" shoulder boards. The color is not red but actually orange (Feldgendarmerie, Wehrkreis). An interesting period time mismatch due to either the lack of correct boards or inaccuracy of the tailor.
High quality artillery collar tabs for officers attached by machine. Red piping. Excellent breast eagle. Accurately attached by hand. Excellent work! Shoulder boards with early "10" cyphers and Oberleutnant rank pips. Another set of pips were added when he was promoted a Hauptmann.
Fine silk lining. Original attached tailor's label of "Paul Weigand, Amberg". Hanger with clipper for an officer's dagger.
Three pair of loops for three awards. Original attached buttons with full collar.
Minor moth damage.
Fine coat in officer's quality with artillery shoulder boards for a Hauptmann. Excellent quality for a wartime made coat. 23.10.42 dated name tag attached to the inner pocket named to "Oberlt. Plank". A "Paul Weigand" produced name tag. Fine silk lining with attached tailor's tag "Uniformen Paul Weigand Amberg Opf.". Please note tunic and coat were made by the same tailor.