Quilted Overjacket and Trousers.
This is a rare item and is quite difficult to find the quilted overjacket and trousers which was especially designed after the winter of 1941. The quilted uniform was worn over the top of the standard fieldgrey uniform and underneath a greatcoat or reversible uniform. The jacket is RB numbered " Gr.I. RB 0/0362/5136, as is the trousers 0/0350/445. The trousers also have the manufacture... read more
Army Administrator's Uniform
A very mint example of an Army administrator's ( Wehrmachtbeamten ) uniform consisting of tunic and breeches.The tunic is in the cut of a Reichwehr tunic with green waffenfarbe ( branch of service colour ) piped down the front and round the french cuffs. The tunic is a private purchase item with the tailors paper label inside the internal chest pocket. The tailors name is Reinecke & Soh... read more
Luftwaffe White Fatigue Uniform
A very mint example of an unissued Luftwaffe white fatigue uniform. The blouse still has the the manufacturers paper label stitched to the lower left sleeve. The manufacturer's name is Leopold Lsutenschlager and the blouse is also size and LBA marked and dated 1942. The size markings are 18.104.22.168.62.The trousers are in mint condition, however where made by another manufacturer " Holl... read more
SS Artillery Shoulderboards
A example of a pair of SS Artillery Shoulderboards belonging to an SS-Oberscharfuhrer ( Colour-sergeant ). One of the shoulderboards has got damage to the piping exposing the twine cord. The rank pips have also been removed. The lining is artifical black silk. read more
German Officers Marching Boots
This is a good example of a pair of officers marching boots, which are private purchase. The boots are made of a very soft high quality leather, leather soles and rubber heels.The manufacturers name is located on the pull-up straps "Lipsia".
The boot are approximately a size 8 read more
U.S. Artillery Corporal Technician Class A Dress Tunic.
A mint example of a Coporal Technician of Artillery belonging Seventh Army ( left patch ) 79th Infantry Division ( Right Patch ).
The tunics size is stamped 39S. There is no date and manufacturer's label inside the tunic. read more