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OSU15 Well used service blouse for a Heer Oberstleutnant in a Gebirgsjäger unit

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Well used service blouse for a Heer Oberstleutnant in a Gebirgsjäger unit, four pocket service blouse having the label of a Wien based tailor, constructed of finely ribbed trikot wool and with ribbed rayon lining, with one internal pocket having name label and woven tailor's label, provision for wear with sword or dagger, having dark green stand and fall collar, six button front, four pleated patch pockets and turn back cuffs, with officer quality silver pebbled buttons marked Extra Fein, the officer quality bullion collar tabs have pale faded green center bars and are hand sewn to the collar, the interesting sewn in shoulder boards have dark green base underlay with secondary piping in white, each board has a single silver aluminum rank pip, the hand embroidered bullion national emblem is hand applied as is the woven officer pattern (flat silver piton is worn) Gebirgsjäger sleeve badge, although the national emblem appears fresher than the remaining insignia it is not an obvious replacement, there are loops for a small ribbon bar and one breast badge, a KVKII ribbon bar is included, blouse exhibits significant fading, is soiled and has approximately a dozen small holes to the garment's front, mostly to the upper left chest, a real 'been there' example, USD $1450

 
 

 
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