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Family purchased uniform grouping to Major Hans Mayr never available on the market before.
Fine "1.11.39" dated so-called ornamented field blouse for a Nachricht officer. Named to "Hptm. Mayr" a name tag attached to the inside pocket. Fine silk lining. Machine-woven quality tag attached to the neck area.
Removed insignia and buttons. All buttons are still part of this grouping.
Fine tunic without moth damage. Yellow piping around the collar, the button holes and the cuffs.
Loops for a ribbon bar as well as one award to the left breast pocket. One pair of loops to attach a German Cross or Spanish Cross to the left breast pocket.
Matching straight trousers with yellow piping to go with the ornamented field blouse. Period time attached name tag to "Hptm- Hans Mayr" by the tailor "Kuhn & Nupnau" to the fine silk lining.
Only a few really tinx moth bites. No damage. One moth hole to the reverse. All buttons complete and period time attached.
Waist: 86cm. Length: 114cm.
His personal officer's Nachrichten (signals) visor cap. Removed metall cap eagle. The pin holes are still visible. Period time attached embroidered officer's wreath badge.
Yellow piping. Fine silk lining. Intact celluloid diamond. Some moth damage. Size 55/56.
The inner cap band is quite stiff and there is an inside crack to the rear.
A nice unworn parade aiguillette inside its original black "Kuhn & Nupnau" marked storage box. Diameter: 20cm. He stored some never worn insignia inside. A zinc hollow breast eagle for the summer tunic as well as two pair of "Nachrichten" Major shoulder boards.
There are quite a few original Wehrmacht tunic buttons. Many of them for the white summer tunic. Some he stored in an old paperback.
Soft armpit pads to attach to a tunic.
Fine black Heer officer's leather belt. Very soft. Zinc buckle. Length: 115cm.