Wehrmacht Heer EM-NCO-pattern, winter-type greatcoat ('Winter bzw. Wachmantel') being an example that is additionally lined with real fur and that comes in an overall nice (albeit minimally used- and/or worn-), condition.
The piece is constructed from typical field-great-coloured wool and a has a typical, silverish-grey-coloured-, 'silk-like'-type lining and (large-sized!) collar. The piece is neatly ink-stamped (in its inside-pocket) with an 'RBn.'-number that reads: '0/0045/5004' and comes with all its buttons (period) attached.
As stated above, is the (heavy!) piece additionally lined with real fur and shows a (woolen) hood ('Kapuze') in place. The piece is of the model having two, additionally placed, side-pockets.
The coat comes with a (matching) pair of (simplified) M44-pattern shoulderstraps attached: these are piped in bright-yellow ('silk-like'-type) piping denoting that the coat was worn by a signals'-soldier ('Soldat der Nachrichten-Truppen').
The piece - which is fairly large-sized and will easily fit a mannequin - is only minimally used and is void of any (real) damage or alike: it does show some minimal age, wear and staining and shows one tiny moth-hole. It has an approximate waist of: 116 cms.