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This is right out of the woodwork in Mansfield, Ohio. I bought it from a very nice guy who got it from the WWII vet back in the early 1960s who brought it home back from WWII. It is just the way it came back with the only exception being the armband, which is the original one to the tunic was removed when it was ward as a Halloween costume back in the old days. The guy's Dad thought the armband was a bit too much and only allowed him to wear the tunic to school, really! The body is really sound without damage it shows some age and some very light soiling. I thing your dry cleaner, Mr. Nussbaum, would love to help you clean it. All the insignia is original and very good. It has a nice tailor's tag on the inside. This is a good looking all original piece, which will look great in your man zone.
This one shows some honest age and use, but no abuse. The body is sound without issues. It has a bit of a scrape on the lower back, but it really does not show. The tabs are original, but I think post war applied. There is evidence where the armband was sewn to the sleeve. A dry-cleaning would help this piece. It is missing one of the front buttons. Overall, it is a good looking honest example.
This is an attractive tunic with nice bright colors showing only light age and some honest use. The wool material has a few moth nips and several small holes, with very light stains, but really nothing which greatly shows. The insignia al looks to be original to the piece. The size is a bit on the big tummy side from all that good beer und Austrian num nums. It will display well in your collection room with a brown police Tschako.
This set is from my collection. Both pieces show light honest age and use, but no issues. All the insignia looks to be period applied. The tunic wool is a bit more rough than the smooth trouser wool, but this is typical. The do look good together, and will display fine.
This is an attractive tunic. The body is very solid with only a few very tiny moth nibbles in several areas, but nothing that detracts. The orange piping and insignia all look original to the piece and are very clean and attractive. Each upper pocket has a reinforcement at the bottom of the pleat which looks original. The size is a little on the wide side with room for a big tummy from a few beers with the boys after duty. This one will look really nice on a mannequin with brown rural Tschako.
This excellent matched set is what is thought to be, in the collecting community, a uniform set made in Austria for the change over to German Uniforms, for the Austrian Army just after the annexation. The tunic is very good with all original period sewn insignia. The size about a US 40. The black piped straps are correct to the tunic. The trousers look to be an appropriate size for the tunic, and match the color and age. Both pieces show some honest age and use, but are still very good & look very good together. These tunics are around from time to time, but sets are almost impossible to fine. It will make a great German Army mannequin in your man zone.
This is an attractive larger size tunic showing only light and use with several tiny moth nips. It has nice original insignia and lot o' loops for awards. One of the numeral is missing off of the left shoulder strap. The buttons holes look to have been period moved, which I have seen before. This is a good tunic which will display well, and reasonably priced, as always here @ SVM.
This is a nice looking set with an even patina on the insignia, all of which are original to the set. The tabs are a little darker piped than the shoulder straps, but I have seen this before. The body is very solid. Inside, it has a great tailorís label. The trousers are in nice condition without issues or problems. Together, this set will look excellent on a mannequin in your relic zone.
This is a good looking tunic. All the insignia looks to period applied. It really has no issues or problems. There is only very light age and use. The eagle is really nice. This is a good tunic which will display well.
This is a good looking tunic. All the insignia looks to period applied. It really has no issues or problems. There is only very light age and use. The eagle is really nice. The inside has a great tailor label from Dresden. There is one very small moth hole on the back, but nothing bad. This is a good tunic which will display well.
This is a good looking tunic. All the insignia looks to period applied. It really has no issues or problems. There is very light age and use. The shoulder strap numbers were removed and replaced with steel type numerals, which I have seen before. It's been dry cleaned, so nice and clean and will look great in your man zone. Yes, it's missing one button, but I will include a good matching replacement.
This is a good looking clean tunic. All the insignia looks to period applied. It really has no issues or problems. There is very light age and use. It will look great in your man zone or, on your wife with her leather skirt and spiky heals.
This is a good looking solid tunic. It shows age, with a little bit of a faded appearance, but is still very good without issues. The tabs are original to the piece. The eagle is original but replaced. The shoulder straps are good looking infantry replicas. Overall the tunic has a good honest but still attractive combat look, perfect for your display.
This one was there and did it. It is solid, but shows lots o' use and some age. I'm not sure if there is enough dna left in it to grow your own WWII German, but you can try. It is perfect for under a tunic or smock. It's not the best, but ok and rare.
This is a good looking solid tunic. It shows age, with a little bit of a faded appearance, but is still very good without issues. It has the correct SS cast plastic buttons. It is easily completed with original SS insignia found here on my site. The tropical insignia is cost effective, and it will look great in your man zone.
This pair shows honest use and some washings, but still with a good color. The inside is Erfurt depot & 1941 marked. There are no problems or issues. They are solid and will look good in your display.
This is a for sure real piece which was used hard. the body is solid without mothing, but is repaired on the lower pocket, and the inside edge of the collar, plus several other small places. The eagle and tabs are original, but replaced. The shoulder straps, I would call odd variations, but original. I am sure others would call them old replicas. The tunic has a good green color with a nice dark collar. It is perfect for a mannequin display, without spending $2K.
This tunic is made or a really late type wool with funky buttons. It shows honest age and use with some stains and mothing. The insignia is original, but post war replaced. It will work well for a mannequin display, and is still a solid piece.
The buyer's car died, and he could not afford the tunic, so here it is again. This is a good honest used tunic showing age and use, but still good for display. The original insignias have been added after the war. The shoulder straps are a set, but one does have some mothing underneath. The body has a few holes, but still has a good color. This is a great piece for an economical display, priced right.
This tunic has a nice slightly used look, but still retains a good sand color. It is made of a smooth polished cotton, and has all the unique features of a Luftwaffe tropical tunic. The eagle is factory applied. The buttons are original and correct. It is a good solid example of a desirable tropical tunic. I love these Luftwaffe tunics, and hate to sell them, but can't keep them all.
We had a no pay, so here it is again. This tunic has a nice slightly used look, but still retains a good sand color. It is made of a smooth polished cotton, and has all the unique features of a Luftwaffe tropical tunic. The eagle is factory applied. The artillery shoulder straps, I think are post war made from original material, but could be war-time done, and match the tunic well. This one will display very well in your war room.
This is right out of the woodwork in Highland Park, Michigan. It shows good honest age and use but no real issues. It looks a little salty, and could use a dry cleaning. The color is between a grey and a blue. It actually started life out as a Red Cross tunic. The straps and tabs are all white piped and original to the piece. The eagle is an enlisted man's version, and also original to the tunic. This is a great example of not everything being text book. It has a cool combat look and will display very well.
This one shows age and use, with some mothing. The insignia is original, but the shoulder straps look to be either replaced or fixed. It could use a dry cleaning, but still displays well and is a good value for the money.
This is an attractive honest looking tunic showing light age and use, but with no issues. It displays well and will not break the bank.
This is the perfect jacket for a mannequin display. The cotton material is very good, with a good original functional zipper. The fur collar has a torn spot @ the neck in the middle, but all the furry stuff is still there. The fur may be a bit on the fragile side, but just a little. The cuffs look to have had the zippers removed years ago. The entire piece shows honest age and use, but will display fine in you man-zone for not to many $$$.
This is right out of the woodwork. yes, I had the eagle replaced, with an original one which was tunic removed. The body is somewhat worn but solid. The tabs are original to the piece. I also had it dry cleaned, as it was a little ripe from years of storage in a garage. There was a small home in the upper back which my sewing chick expertly fixed. It looks honest and will display fine. The straps are gone, but are not hard to find.
These work tunics were worn in the field in Russia before the standard issue of the 4 pocket HBT tunic. This one has a good color and is basically sound. The cuffs show use and are a bit frayed, but nothing bad. This is a perfect tunic for a cheapo field display.
This is a WWII German police tunic which I believe was still used right after the war without insignia. It has a solid wool body without damage. It shows a good amount of use, with the collar being repaired @ the top. Still, it looks clean and is a perfect restoration piece, needing only some common insignia.
This is right out of the woodwork in Toledo, Ohio. It shows some honest age and use, but has bright colors and no real issues. There are some dirty spots on the inside. These are several tiny holes, which I have pictured. There are several buttons missing. I will include some replacements, but not matched in terms of color. Overall, this is a good looking combat camo uniform priced reasonably.
This pair of padded winter camo trousers has nice colors and shows light honest use. The fly section was re- tailored for a more comfortable fit. The camo side shows some use in the knees and butt. The are a smaller size with the overall (not inseam) being 37 inches and the waist measuring 34 inches. These are perfect for a mannequin display.
This is the Luftwaffe issue winter camo set. There is some disagreement in collectors' circles of whether they are for Luftwaffe ski troops or not, but the legendary George Petersen aka Mr. Luftwaffe, who I have known for many years, thinks they it is standard winter como. The set is very solid and has an nice honest look. The color is a white that looks to have been subdued years ago to a off white or very light brown. There is a great eagle on white sewn to the front, and no, I will not sell it separately. This is a great chance to buy a rare Luftwaffe set of winter camo clothing, that does no come around too often!
This is a solid looking example. The leather body shows age and use, but has no issues. It looks like belt loops were added sometime later, in the back. The inside has the nice original snap in cold weather lining.
This doe skin coat is an attractive example. It has some slight moth speckling, which is hard to see. The body is nice and clean. The straps look to have been added later, which I think is correct as the tailor date is 1935 , and it looks to be all original. It will display well in your collection. These senior NCO uniforms are hard to find, so don't miss it.
This is an attractive coat from an old collection. It is an M36 piece with the dark green collar, and dark green piped boards. The body shows only light use, and a very tiny moth nip or two. The matching admin straps look to have been on the coat since day 1. Overall, it is a good solid, small piece, but still a nice example.
This is a Pre WWI German Dress tunic converted into a WWII Fire Police tunic. The wool a nice dark blue color, and in super condition. The buttons are the original old ones. The correct insignia is all original WWII and looks to be period applied. There are 2 gold colored stripes on the left sleeve, which I am unsure what they represent. Overall, it is a very clean original tunic, that displays very well.
This is a really nice matching pair of suede electrically heated flight gloves. The blue grey leather is nice and soft yet solid without issues. The inside of both have nice markings including the LBA. The plug fittings are also without issue. They are basically mint. You will not be disappointed.
These show some honest age and use, but are without issue and a very solid matched pair. The markings are excellent. These are hard to find, so don't miss them.
These are right out of the woodwork in Chesterfield, Michigan. They show really light age and use. I would not call them mint but really excellent with solid leather and functional zippers. They have no problems or issues, and will display really well with your other Luftwaffe stuff.
These canvas and leather are standard issue for the motorcycle troops, but were also popular with Panzer troops. The condition is very good with really solid leather. The insides are nicely marked & dated. They are very solid for a display.
This is a nice original set of reversible winter mittens with good bright colors, and no holes or damage. The connecting cord has been period cut and shortened, which is typical. The white side is also very clean. Overall, they are a very nice set of SS camo gloves, which will look great with your uniforms and field gear.
These are original WWII German Issue sox. The condition is very good. These are a must for any WWII German uniform collection.
I have 2 pair of these. They came out of an old collection in Detroit. They look to be period and definitely European. They are great for a white summer uniform display. The condition is mint and Perfect.
This is a good original example showing light age and use. The colors are still nice. It has a very small hole in the front smaller than your little finger nail. It will display fine with your other HJ stuff or to wear while playing in the sand box with the other HJ kids.
This is a really nice example showing almost no age and use. The eagle is nicely machine sewn to the body. This is the ideal work out shirt towear to the gym, so other Luftwaffe collectors can easily recognize you.
This is a nice honest example showing light age and use. It has one stain, but no damage, and is priced right.
This is a very good original used pair of the EM jack boots. The tops are very good with only a slight separation on one of the tops where the stitching has broken loose, which is have photographed. The soles are period or immediately post war replacements, but correctly done with the original heel and toe irons. The overall looks is solid and sound, perfect for your display.
Are you disgusted by the prices of WWI German mountain boots??!! These things were always around in the past and nobody cared much about them. Lately they are all $800+, and are hard to find. This is a good size 11 solid pair of WWII German mountain boots, but, there is always a but, they are very slightly mismatched. They are the same size. I bought them from the vet's son who wore them for a while. The color of the cloth @ the top is a but different, and the number of grommets is also different. My guess is that the trooper had 2 sets of boots which were almost identical and the sets got mixed up. From a display standpoint, they look fine together. The leather is very solid. The soles are a bit dry, and some of the central nails are missing, but mostly on the one boot. This is the perfect set of mountain boots for your display.
This is a good honest pair of WWII German officer's high boots. They show some some honest use and light age, but are very solid and all original. They will display fine with you WWII uniform stuff.
This is a really good looking pair of boots. They are cut in the classic officer's style with the squared off toe and calf buckle. The are un-issued and great. The leather is very solid and sound. The inside is dated and marked. You will not be disappointed.
This set of boots was made in the typical officers cut, with a squared off toe and top adjustment strap. They show some honest use and light age, but are very solid and all original. They have a very clean look but one has several scrapes on the front which I have pictured. I don't think it detracts from the boots. The tops are made from a soft high quality leather made to be comfortable for the user. They will look great on a mannequin in your man cave.
This set of boots was made in the typical officers cut, with a squared off toe and top adjustment strap. The show some honest use and light age, but are very solid and all original. The tops are made from a soft high quality leather made to be comfortable for the user. They will look great on a mannequin in your man cave.
These are great for an economical display or for a mannequin. They are made correctly with pegged soles, and the correct type leather. The leather is very solid, and they look to be unissued. The approximate size is a U.S. 8/9.