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Scarce Wehrmacht Gebirgsjaeger anorak. Early

Branch: HEER
Product Code: o405/17
Price: 4,200.00€


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Wehrmacht Gebirgsjäger anorak. Early. An anorak made in the form of a shirt with a front placket fastened with three large bone buttons. The maker's mark is located on the inside of the inner pocket-Paul Kuske. The size stamp is in an unexpected place, namely on the left sleeve, on the inside of the cuff lining and stands for- 96 chest and waist volume, 43 neck volume, 75 total length, 55 sleeve length. B 33: corresponds to the army depot, Berlin, 1933. The half-stand collar, standard on early pre-1935 uniforms, is also a dark green collar colour, with a lighter tint similar in colour to the collars of World War I greatcoats, which is a typical standard on early pre-1936 uniforms. An extremely rare piece of uniform whose existence will amaze 99% of Third Reich collectors. The anorak practically unworn and has no traces of use, but unfortunately, in some places there are holes left by the activity of insects. No traces of intervention or restoration. This type of uniform lasted a very short time due to its impracticality and inconvenience to wear. Several buttons are missing but could be added by your wish.

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Description

Wehrmacht Gebirgsjäger anorak. Early. An anorak made in the form of a shirt with a front placket fastened with three large bone buttons. The maker's mark is located on the inside of the inner pocket-Paul Kuske. The size stamp is in an unexpected place, namely on the left sleeve, on the inside of the cuff lining and stands for- 96 chest and waist volume, 43 neck volume, 75 total length, 55 sleeve length. B 33: corresponds to the army depot, Berlin, 1933. The half-stand collar, standard on early pre-1935 uniforms, is also a dark green collar colour, with a lighter tint similar in colour to the collars of World War I greatcoats, which is a typical standard on early pre-1936 uniforms. An extremely rare piece of uniform whose existence will amaze 99% of Third Reich collectors. The anorak practically unworn and has no traces of use, but unfortunately, in some places there are holes left by the activity of insects. No traces of intervention or restoration. This type of uniform lasted a very short time due to its impracticality and inconvenience to wear. Several buttons are missing but could be added by your wish.

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