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Wehrmacht Coastal Artillery EM-NCO-pattern, greatcoat ('Mantel') being an example that 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, greyish-coloured-, linnen-type lining and regular collar. The piece is neatly ink-stamped with a clear stamp that reads: 'B.A.W. 5.5.41' and comes complete with all its (field-grey-coloured- and anchor-styled) buttons (period) attached.
The coat comes with a (matching) pair of darker-green-coloured and pointed-style, 'cyphered' 'Küstenartillerie'-shoulderstraps attached: these show the (typical) golden-yellow-coloured- and 'shelled-anchor'-cyphers. Next to this, it shows a (darker-green-coloured) rank-chevron (ie. 'Gefreiterwinkel') period-attached.
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 has an approximate waist of: 116 cms.