German Uniforms

Heer Uniforms

Army Gebirgjager camouflage windjacket with matching M43 style camouflage cap

158U1 - Army Gebirgjager camouflage windjacket with matching M43 style camouflage cap. This circa 1943 factory made jacket features a sumpf camouflage pattern. The double breasted herring bone twill ( hbt) windjacket displays two rows of five pebbled aluminum buttons as was the style of these jackets worn by the German mountain troops. The jacket has two upper slash pockets each secured by a pebbled button and flapped two hip pockets also secured by a button. The cuffs each have two buttons used for size adjustment. The windjacket was intended to be a loose fitting outer garment as it was worn over the field tunic. The sides of the jacket display a half-belt secured by a single button . The unlined interior is stamped along the inside placket. Accompanying the windjacket is a sumpf pattern camouflaged M43 style cap with an edelweiss stitched to the side. The pattern and wear of the M43 is a perfect match to the windjacket. The consignor has advised me that these two articles were acquired separately over a span of years. The unmarked cap is lined with bluish gray cotton fabric. $4250.. More Photos

Army Panzer trousers

156U6 - Army Panzer trousers. This pair of black wool trousers features army construction differing from Waffen SS panzer trousers by having a single plastic button that fastens the two flap front pockets. SS pants display two buttons per pocket. The front fly is secured with five black plastic buttons with two at the waistline. At the end of each pant leg are tie strings. One string has been shortened/torn on each leg. The interior waistband is well marked with an RBN number and size stamps. The pants measure 32.0 inches waist x 35 inches inseam. $2500 More Photos

Army M41 breeches

156U4 - Army M41 breeches. These heavy wool pants are mint. These heavy feldgrau wool breeches featurea four button fly closure with another button at the waistline. The left front has a watch pocket . The two front vertical slash pockets are each fastened with a with a single plastic button. There is a cinch belt at each side for adjustment. Towards the end of each pant leg are the lace-ups for tucking the leg into the boot. Along the exterior of the waistline are buttons for the attachment of braces. The inside of the waistline is stamped with NCL 74 84 the size. The breeche's size is approximately 30" ( waist) x 32 " (inseam). $750 More Photos

Rare Army tropical un-issued shorts

156U3 - Rare Army tropical un-issued shorts. These shorts feature two front slash pockets and a built-in cotton web belt. The fly is secured with three metal scoop dish buttons with two additional buttons at the waistline. The interior is well marked with the often seen PEEK & CLOPPENBERG , BERLIN manufacturer's stamp. The interior is also size stamped with B43. These un-issued shorts also display the original paper tag indicating the size and manufacturer. Rare. $575 More Photos

Army Deutsches Afrika Korps  2nd pattern tropical field tunic

156U1 - Army Deutsches Afrika Korps 2nd pattern tropical field tunic. This un-issued, cotton olive brown tunic features a five detachable pebbled aluminum buttoned front. On each of the upper lapels is a factory machine sewn tropical machine woven collar tab. On each shoulder is a single loop and button for securing a shoulder strap. Above the right breast pocket is a factory applied woven breast eagle. The two breast and two hip pockets are without pleats and each breast and hip pocket's flaps are scalloped. The interior is well marked with the tunic's size stamps and B43. The approximate size is 36. $2150 More Photos

Rare Deutsches Afrika Korps Army tropical field shirt

156U2 - Rare Deutsches Afrika Korps Army tropical field shirt. This pullover style shirt features epaulettes on the shoulders and two pleated and scalloped breast pockets. The French made olive/ khaki cotton shirt is approximately size 36/38 chest. $375 More Photos

Army Gebirgsjager M-41 enlisted service tunic

1410U5 - Army Gebirgsjager M-41 enlisted service tunic. This M41 feldgrau tunic features a replaced collar faced with dark green badge cloth with matching collar tabs and detacheable shoulder straps piped with green waffenfarb as worn by Gebirgjager troops. The tunic displays four pockets that have been altered to be pleated and scalloped with a five button front. The collar tabs and straps have matte aluminum NCO tresse. Over the right breast pocket is a subdued machine woven breast eagle. An enlisted/nco edelweiss appears on the right sleeve. The interior lining stamped "7 42 / -1 41 / -0 61". The tunic is dated 1942 and has been tailored to fit original owner. $1995. More Photos

Army Gebirgsjager Hauptmann service tunic for Gebirgs Nachrichten Abteilung 70

1410U4 - Army Gebirgsjager Hauptmann service tunic for Gebirgs Nachrichten Abteilung 70. This tunic features matching lemon yellow piped sew-in shoulder boards and matte bullion collar tabs. The shoulder boards display matching gilt pips and cyphers numbered "70". Lemon yellow was the waffenfarb worn by nachtrichten ( signals ) personnel. The tunic displays four patch pockets and a five pebbled button (feldgrau finish) front closure. Over the right breast pocket is sewn a machine woven aluminum flat wire. Over the left breast is a set of loops for affixing a short ribbon bar. The sleeve displays a machine embroidered Edelweiss on dark-green cloth. Excellent condition. $1,550. More Photos

Army panzer trousers

149U1 - Army panzer trousers. These heavy black wool trousers feature a five button fly closure. The left front displays a watch pocket below the waistline.. The two front vertical slash pockets are each fastened with a single plastic button. The flaps are scalloped. The seat has two scalloped single button pockets. The waist has displays exterior belts loops of a different fabric. This was common in later war constructed uniforms. for At the end of each pant leg is a tie strip of of mis-matched material for adjusting the width for tucking it into the short boots worn by panzertruppen. The interior partially lined waistline is size stamped. The pants' size is approximately 30" waist x 32" inseam. $3,000. More Photos

Named Army Infantry Leutnant's tunic and trousers

148U1 - Named Army Infantry Leutnant's tunic and trousers. This field grade uniform came from the same veteran's family as the Himmler presentation dagger I sold last year. The rough wool tunic features matching officer Leutnant shoulder boards and bullion collar tabs each displaying white waffenfarb. The early four pocket tunic has pleated scalloped pocket with all matching pebbled aluminum buttons. The left breast pocket has a single set of loops. Above the left breast pocket is another set of loops for attachment of a short ribbon bar. The whistle suspended over the left breast pocket came with the uniform attached in this position as did the black wound badge. Sewn to the upper buttonhole is the ribbon for the Iron Cross 2nd Class. Over the right breast is an officer bullion eagle. The sleeves have French cuffs. The interior displays a tailor's label "Traugott Rahne, Hanover". This tunic is further distinguished by the nametag inside the left breast pocket. The maker label name tag reads, " Untffz. Weidt, 3.6.43..." This name tag with an unteroffizer rank indicates that leutnant Weidt upgraded his tunic upon his promotion which would also explain the different tailor label on the inside of the officer trousers. Accompanying the tunic are the original straight leg trousers. The trousers are heavy field gray wool featuring a white stripe that extendes the lenth of the outer pant seam. The front fly is secured with five scoop dish plastic buttons. The sides have slash pockets and a cinch belt for size adjustment. The trousers are in excellent condition having only and rare thining in the wool. A great uniform. $1500. More Photos

Army officer dress white gloves with accompanying letter

1212U6 - Army officer dress white gloves with accompanying letter from collector who states its USAAF veteran's explanation of their origin. These white dress gloves are soiled with age. They are still attached by a single stitch. The glove have a single white mother-of-pearl button that closes the wrist. The interior is marked size 9. $145. More Photos

Army officer gray leather dress gloves

1212U2 - Army officer gray leather dress gloves. Glove feature a wrist snap. Interior marked with RBN number and size 8. $150. More Photos

Army Panzer Hauptmann's named Waffenrock

1212U1 - Army Panzer Hauptmann's named Waffenrock. This stunning example was a recent garage sale purchase. The waffenrock features the pink waffenfarb piping on the shoulder boards, collar tabs, cuffs, front closure and back vent. The officer bullion shoulder boards feature two rank pips indicating the rank of Hauptmann (captain). Under the right shoulder board is a small button used for the attachment of the officer's dress aiguillette . On each collar is a pink piped officer's bullion collar tab. Over the right breast area is a feldgrau backed officer's bullion eagle. Each cuff displays matching color piped litzen with a single pebbled aluminum button. The back of the waffenrock displays the color-piped vent with six pebbled aluminum buttons. The interior is lined with field gray artificial silk. The upper back displays the Holters, Berlin tailor's label. Holters was the premier tailor in Berlin that tailored uniforms for the elite of the Third Reich including Adolf Hitler. Inside the left breast pocket is the officer's name , rank and dated 1937This waffenrock is about size 38 and is free of mothing and stains and is in excellent plus, plus/near mint condition. Near impossible to upgrade. $2500. More Photos

Army Infantry officer's dress straight leg trousers

1211U5 - Army Infantry officer's dress straight leg trousers. These dress trousers feature the distinctive white waffenfarb piping as worn by Infantry officers. The pants feature two slash side pockets and a front watch pocket. The fly is secured by five brown plastic buttons. Along the waistline are four plastic dish buttons ( one indicating re-sewing) for attachment of the braces. There is some very minor mothing evident on the inside thigh, outside of the right thigh near the piping and behind the area of the knee of the right pant leg, There is a cinch belt on each side for size adjustment. The seat displays a single buttoned pocket. $600. More Photos

Army Italian made reithose

1211U4 - Army Italian made reithose. These tan cotton breeches feature two front slash pockets. The fly is secured with five brown plastic buttons. There also is a small watch pocket on the right side hip. Along the waistline are four loops at the front and two additional at the rear. Also at the rear is a single cinch belt and single button pocket. At the end of each pant leg are two buttons and eyelets for size adjustment. Along the partially lined interior waistline are four buttons for attaching the braces. I would rate these as are and mint. $600. More Photos

Army hbt assault gun pants

1211U3 - Army hbt assault gun pants. These rarely encountered pants features the distinctive hbt ( herringbone twill weave) used for drillich clothing that was adapted for field use. The reed green pants display two vertical slash front pockets each secured with a plastic button. The front fly is secured with six tan painted metal scoop dish buttons. Along the waistline are eight tan painted metal scoop dish buttons for attachment of suspenders. There are two built-in cinch belts at the front for size adjustment. The seat display a single patch pocket secured with a metal dish button. The interior is lightly stamped with the RBN number and presumably size. The rare pants are in mint-un-issued condition. $1500. More Photos

Army officer gray suede leather gloves

1210U6 - Army officer gray suede leather gloves. Stamped Wehrmacht Eigentum ( Armed forces property). Near mint condition. Medium size. $135. More Photos

Army Artillery Waffenrock for an Oberfeldwebel with the 12th Kompanie

1209U9 - Army Artillery Waffenrock for an Oberfeldwebel with the 12th Kompanie. This waffenrock features artillery red waffenfarb on the shoulder straps, collar tabs, collar piping, front closure and cuffs. The shoulder straps feature two rank pips and full aluminum tresse boards commiserate with the rank. Each strap is secured with a pebbled aluminum button with the Arabic numeral 12 indicating the 12th Kompanie. Over the right breast area is a flatwire silver eagle. There are two sets of period sewn loops over left chest area for decorations. There is a red signals blitz sewn on the upper left sleeve. The back of the waffenrock displays the color-piped vent with six pebbled aluminum buttons. The interior is lined with field gray artificial silk, rayon fabric and shows a number of stitched repairs along the seams.. This waffenrock, about a size 38 and is free of mothing and stains and is in excellent condition. $850. More Photos

Army Infantry enlisted waffenrock

1209U3 - Army Infantry enlisted waffenrock. This waffenrock features Infantry white waffenfarb on the shoulder straps, dress collar tabs, collar piping, front closure and cuffs. The shoulder straps are sewn-in and have a pebbled aluminum button for the 1st Company. A Grade 1 Schutzenschnur ( marksman lanyard ) is suspended from the right shoulder area. There is a patch repair on the left shoulder between the strap and the collar. The flatwire silver eagle over the right breast area appears to have been postwar reapplied. Over the area of the left breast are two loops for a ribbonbar. Below the loops for the ribbon bar are three more sets of loops for decorations. These loops are all original to the waffenrock. The back of the waffenrock displays the color-piped vent with six pebbled aluminum buttons. The interior is lined with field gray artificial silk, rayon fabric. $550. More Photos

Army Infantry Oberfeldwebel waffenrock

1209U6 - Army Infantry Oberfeldwebel waffenrock. This waffenrock features white waffenfarb on the shoulder straps, collar tabs, collar piping, front closure and cuffs. The shoulder straps feature two rank pips and full aluminum tresse boards commiserate with the rank and are secured by two 7th Company pebbled aluminum buttons. Suspended from the right shoulder is a marksman lanyard ( Schutzenschnur ) with a single acorn denoting grades 2. The flatwire aluminum dress eagle over the right breast area is neatly handsewn. There is a single set of loops over left chest area for a short ribbon bar. The back of the waffenrock displays the color-piped vent with six pebbled aluminum buttons. The interior is lined with field gray artificial silk, rayon fabric. This smaller size waffenrock, about a 38, is free of mothing and stains and is in excellent condition. $1250. More Photos

Italian made German Army uniform

1203U3 - Italian made German Army uniform. This uniform features heavy field wool. The matching collar litzen are machine applied. Over the right breast pocket is a machine sewn factory applied machine woven eagle. The four tunic pockets display a slight scallop. On each shoulder is a strap with the Italian Fascist insignia. Each strap is held by a button also with the Fascist insignia. The interior is partially lined with gray cotton fabric. Left pocket area is stamped “ REGISTRATO and “2406’ handwritten. The matching trousers feature a five button fly. On each side of the waistline is a cinch belt. There are two vertical pockets and a watch pocket on the front. The seat has a single buttoned pocket. The end of each pant leg has a straight sewn hem. The interior displays a single marking “ 1069A”.$2350. More Photos

Army Artillery unteroffizier's waffenrock with trousers

1203U2 - Army Artillery unteroffizier's waffenrock with trousers. This waffenrock features artillery red waffenfarb on the straps, collar tabs, collar piping, front closure and cuffs. The shoulder straps display full aluminum tresse and unit numerals for the 11th Regiment. The flatwire eagle over the right breast area is neatly handsewn over the area of the left breast are two loops for a short ribbonbar. The back of the waffenrock displays the color-piped vent with six pebbled aluminum buttons. The interior is lined with field gray cotton fabric. The lining is stamped M36 along with the maker and size. The trousers feature red piping that extends the length of the outside seam. The material is gray twill . The fly is secured by three gary buttons with a hook and catch at the waist. There are two vertical pockets at each side. Along the waistline are six buttons for attachment of the braces. The seat has two scalloped pockets. At each side is a cinch belt for size adjustment. The straight leg trousers are in excellent condition being free of mothing and stains. $1500. More Photos

Early Army walking out dress parade tunic for an Infantry Oberfeldwebel

117U2 - Early Army walking out dress parade tunic for an Infantry Oberfeldwebel. This eight button front closure tunic features matching bullion tresse on the collar, tabs and shoulder straps. The collar tabs, shoulder straps and front piping display the white waffenfarb of the infantry. There is a matched pair of cyphers on the sewn-in straps for “M” and “1” indicating the 1st Machine Gun company. Suspended from the right shoulder is a marksman’s lanyard with a single acorn. Over the right breast is an officer’s aluminum eagle that senior NCO’s were authorized for wear. The teo breast pockets are scalloped and pleated. The two hip pockets are scalloped. Over the left breast is a single set of loops for the attachment of a single ribbon. On the left breast pocket is another set of loops. The exterior has no mothing or stains. The interior is fully lined with green rayon. A Dortmund tailor’s label is sewn into the back collar area. $1795. More Photos

Heer Infanfry Hauptmann's (captain) tunic and pants

1011U7 - Heer Infanfry Hauptmann's (captain) tunic and pants. This untouched four pocket service tunic features matching sewn-in white piped collar tabs and shoulder boards. The boards each have two pips indicating the rank of Hauptmann. Over the right breast pocket is a standard Heer officer aluminum breast eagle that shows wear. The left breast pocket has two sets of loops for awards. Over the left breast pocket are four loops for a ribbonbar. The ribbon bar shown in the photos comes with the uniform as does the black wound badge. The pebbled aluminum buttons on the four pleated pockets and five buttons on the front closure all match. There are no detracting stains or moth damage to the officer field grade wool. The interior is lined with gray/tan artificial silk. There is a leather slit for suspending the officer dress dagger. With the tunic comes a pair of gray flannel officer's breeches. The breeches are unmarked and display very light wear having minor mothing in several areas. The breeches are secured in the front with a zipper. There are two rear scallop flap pockets. The inside of each inside upper thigh has leather for added protection from excessive wear. At the end of each pant leg are ties for adjusting the material for a better fit in the boot. $1600. More Photos

Army Oblt. Medical officer's tunic

1011U13 - Army Oblt. Truppensonderdienst officer's tunic. This untouched four pocket service tunic features matching sewn-in cornflower blue waffenfarbe piped collar tabs and shoulder boards with the cadeuces of a Truppensonderdienst ( Special Troops Service or STD). The boards each have one pip indicating the rank of Oberleutnant. Over the right breast pocket is a standard Heer officer aluminum breast eagle that shows wear. The pebbled aluminum buttons on the four pleated scalloped pockets and five buttons on the front closure all match. There are no detracting stains or moth damage to the officer grade gabardine wool. The interior is lined with dark green artificial silk. There is a dagger slit for suspending the officer dress dagger. The inside pocket displays a nametag with the officer's name and dated 1940. The name Fritz Hepp appears on the tailor's label and matches the namtag. $1200. More Photos

Army Pionier Unteroffizier parade dress (waffenrock) tunic

1011U10 - Army Pionier Unteroffizier parade dress (waffenrock) tunic. This tunic features black piping ( waffenfarbe ) on the chain-stitched "34" sewn-in shoulder straps secured by pebbled aluminum button. The matching collar tabs are machine-sewn. The aluminum tresse around the collar is handsewn. Over the right breast area is a hand-sewn aluminum officer eagle. On the left breast area is an Army long service medal and DRL award in bronze. On the right shoulder is secured an Army marksman's lanyard with a single acorn. The front is secured by eight aluminum pebbled matching buttons. The front closure is piped with machine sewn black waffenfarbe. The reverse displays the six buttons, color-piped vent. The tunic's exterior has no mothing or stains. The interior is lined with green artificial silk. There is a maker's label for Paul Rademacher in Regensburg. Inside the pocket is the original owner's name and dated 1935. $1250. More Photos

Army Infantry Oberfeldwebel's parade dress waffenrock

0910U11 - Army Infantry Oberfeldwebel's parade dress waffenrock. This waffenrock features matching infantry piped sewn-in shoulder straps. The straps are each bordered with full aluminum tresse and have a single rank pip indicating the rank of Oberfeldwebel. The collar is bordered with machine sewn white waffenfarbe. The dress tabs are also machine applied. The eight button front closure is piped with the white waffenfarbe of the infantry. Over the area of the right breast is a hand-applied silver flatwire eagle. On the left breast is a ribbon bar for the Iron Cross Second Class War Merit Cross with Swords and an Eastern Front Medal. A ribbon for the EKII has been sewn to the second button hole. Each cuff has the patches with the white piping and two buttons with aluminum tresse. A marksman's lanyard with two acorns is suspended front the left shoulder. The tunic's rear displays the six buttons, white piped vent. The interior is lined with green-gray artificial silk. There is one minor repair along the back waistline area. The tunic shows light usage and is unmarked. $1575. More Photos

Army Artillery Oberleutnant walking out dress tunic (waffenrock)

0910U10 - Army Artillery Oberleutnant walking out dress tunic (waffenrock). This tunic is made of officer grade high quality doeskin wool. This tunic features matching sewn-in, red waffenfarbe shoulder boards for the rank of Oberleutnant. On each shoulder board are "AS' ciphers indicating attachment to an "Artillerie Schule", artillery school. The collar is red piped with machine-sewn waffen. The matching officer's aluminum collar tabs are machine sewn. Over the right beast is a finely detailed officer's silver aluminum bullion eagle. Over the left breast area is a single set of loops for attaching a short ribbon bar. The back features the six buttons, color piped vent. The interior is lined with dark green artificial silk and is in mint condition. $1850. More Photos

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093U7 - Extremely rare Army HBT tunic with bevo Cossack breast insignia. This large size hbt tunic features a factory machine sewn breast insignia worn by Slav foreign volunteer troops. This is very rare cloth insignia. The inside features detachable pebbled buttons. The inside panel that overlays the buttons is well marked with the size and RB number. A rare Army tunic with manufacturer applied rarer insignia. $2150. More Photos

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088U6 - Army Generalmajor's double breasted leather greatcoat. This rare offering features matching detachable pebbled gold buttons and sewn-on Generalmajor shoulder boards. The buttons and boards all show age and wear consistent with the rest of the greatcoat. The dark brown leather reflects high quality construction throughout. This fine example shows two areas of period repairs. One at the lower front buttonhole and the other at the right hip pocket. This private purchase piece saw some serious action at the front with the general opting to repair his coat rather than replace it. There is age-damage to the leather along the back upper-shoulder area. The interior reflects incredible construction with small leather tabs protecting the coat from the ring attachments for the buttons. There is also an opening for the general's dagger. The size is around 40. rare. $3850. More Photos

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088U7 - Army panzer hauptmann's leather greatcoat. This private purchase leather greatcoat features silver pebbled aluminum buttons that have been sewn-on. The matching panzer hauptmann's boards show wear consistent with the rest of the coat. The leather shows normal age and is in excellent, supple condition. This double breasted model comes with its original matching leather belt. The interio is lined with brushed black cotton. There is a label for a Rotterdam leather tailor. Under the pocket is the neck closure material used for fastening the two collars in foul weather. This coat will make a fine addition for a panzer or Heer collector. $ 2500. More Photos

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087U9 - Army panzer jacket 2nd model for an oberfeldwebel by Paul Opalla. This beautiful jacket features beautiful and matching sewn-in shoulder straps for a panzer oberfeldwebel. The matching skull tabs are original to the jacket and machine sewn. The white panzer eagle is professionally hand-stitched as is standard on wraps. Over the left breast area are three sets of vertical loops for decorations. There is a machine patched area about 1 inch long on the right side. This does not detract from the overall appearance of the jacket. The interior of the jacket features partial off-gray cotton lining. The Paul Opalla manufacturer's stamp is on the upper left breast along with the size stamps. The jacket is dated as indicated by B39. There is an additional stamp on the opposite side that reads B H 7.8. 49871 that I believe might be from a museum stamp is also present. There are two blackened areas along the cotton strips that run along the waist. I believe these may have been further evidence of this being in a museum at one time. This is a highly collectible example. $7,750. More Photos

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087U15 - Army "Russian Front" four pocket service tunic for an Infantry senior NCO. This great example features field gray cotton material most commonly seen on tunics made of Russian zeltbahn on the Eastern Front. The tunic features four pleated pockets with scalloped flaps and French cuffs. The tunic has a machine-stitched wool collar with NCO aluminum tresse and matching infantry tabs. The matching NCO shoulder straps are also sewn in. The Wehrmacht eagle is neatly hand-stitched. There is a single set of loops on the left breast pocket and a ribbon for an EKI in the second button hole. The interior is completely unmarked as you would expect to see in one of these tunics. The interior has sewn-in shoulder pads that give shape to that area. All the pebbled aluminum buttons match. There are no stains or damage. An excellent example. $1699. More Photos

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081U3 - Named Heer Generalmajor's walking out dress tunic. This beautiful high-quality tunic features red front piping and red piping on the French cuffs. The bullion collar tabs and shoulder boards insignia shows the highest quality in construction. The tunic's handsewn general's rank gold bullion breast eagle shows excellent detail. The pleated left breast pocket and immediate area has four sets of loops for the general's decorations. There are loops above the left breast for an extended ribbon bar. This tunic is further enhanced by being named to Generalmajor Hellmuth Hiepe. The tailor made tunic was originally purchased by Hiepe as an artillery Oberst. The tunic's tailor label/ name tag indicates Hiepe purchased the tunic 6.8.40 while an oberst ( full colonel). When Hiepe was later promoted to generalmajor he elected to upgrade the tunic with the addition of general's insignia. Hiepe commanded Artillery Reg't. 17 from 1938 to 1940. He was later promoted to general on February 1, 1942. As a walking out dress tunic for an artillery colonel, the red piping was authorized. Fortunately for Hiepe, the red piping was also standard for officers of general rank. The tunic has several areas of minor repair and light mothing around the dark green collar area and upper rear torso. The repairs include a small mended area near the left breast pocket and left rear side. This is highly desirable named tunic. $6250. More Photos

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078U3 - Heer tropical breeches. These breeches are the type worn by troops in Italy. They feature smooth olive-brown cotton material with an internal belt and are stamped on the inside waistband " …M43…" One of the cotton tie strips of cloth has been torn and is short. Otherwise, these pants are in great shape and would look wonderful with a tropical tunic . Rare and near mint. $850.  More Photos

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SS Uniforms

Named Waffen SS Germania Regiment  of Das Reich ( later Wiking) Haupsturmfuhrer tunic

158SO3 - Named Waffen SS Germania Regiment of Das Reich ( later Wiking) Haupsturmfuhrer tunic with German Cross. This tunic was acquired directly from U.S. Army veteran John L. Farley who served with the 90th Division and landed on Utah beach on June 6, D-Day. This tunic features the rare "G" cypher worn by members of the Germania Regiment on each shoulder board between the two rank pips. The tunic exhibits matching sewn-in Haupsturmfuhrer shoulder boards with white waffenfarb on black underlay. The officer collar tabs ( kragenpatten ) display the standard SS officer runes tab with a silver twistcord border. On the opposite collar is the rank tab of a Hauptsturmfuhrer. On the upper left sleeve is sewn a officer's hand-embroidered in silver wire eagle. On the left breast and adjacent area are five sets of loops for the attachment of awards. On the right breast is period sewn the German Cross in Gold. The tunic displays all pleated and scalloped breast and hip pockets. The fully lined interior displays the Benedict Berlin tailor's label. The inside breast pocket displays the same tailor's nametag with the SS officer's name . $19,500. More Photos

Published Waffen SS Polizei Division Hauptsturmfuhrer's tunic

158SO2 - Published Waffen SS Polizei Division Hauptsturmfuhrer's tunic. This tunic was acquired directly from U.S. Army veteran John L. Farley who served with the 90th Division and landed on Utah Beach on June 6 , D-Day. This worn officer quality gabardine wool tunic is the same identical tunic featured in author Michael Beaver's book, " Uniforms of the Waffen SS ", Published by Schiffer Military Publishing, Copyrighted 2002, page 260. The tunic features matching Haupsturmfuhrer shoulder boards with white waffenfarb on black underlay and two rank pips on each board. On the right sleeve is the SS Ehrenwinkle chevron indicating membership in the SS or NSDAP prior to 1933. On the left sleeve a hand-embroidered SS officer silver wire bullion eagle. The officer collar tabs ( kragenpatten ) display the standard SS officer runes tab with a silver aluminum twistcord border. On the opposite collar is the rank tab of a Hauptsturmfuhrer. On the left lower sleeve is displayed an officer flat silver wire cufftitle for " SS-Polizei-Division " ( Waffen SS 4th Grenadier Division). The five pebbled button front closure tunic displays two scalloped and pleated breast pockets and two scalloped and pleated hip pockets. Above the left breast are two loops for a short ribbon bar. On the pocket's pleat are two additional loops. Sewn to the second buttonhole is a ribbon for the Iron Cross 2nd Class. The fully lined interior displays period alterations made for size adjustment. $23, 500. More Photos

Very rare SS-Totenkopfverbande Oberbayern Hauptstürmfuhrer's black service tunic with matching breeches

156SO7 - Very rare SS-Totenkopfverbande Oberbayern Hauptstürmfuhrer's black service tunic with matching breeches. The tailor made tunic features the very rare early nickel silver SS adjutant's aiguillette. This aiguillette passes through the right shoulder board that displays the rare "O" cypher worn by the Totenkopfstandarte I "Oberbayern". The aiguillette features an alternating pattern of black and silver thread in the silver cords that ends with the SS runics prominent on each of the tips .The right upper sleeve displays the Ehrenwinkle ( Old Fighters Chevron) indicating the officer was a member of the SS or other NSDAP organization prior to January 1933. The right collar displays a very rare officer's vertical hand embroidered Totenkopf skull tab. The left collar displays the officer's Hauptstürmfuhrer rank tab. The collar is bordered with silver aluminum twistcord wire. The front closure and four scalloped and pleated pockets are closed with pebbled aluminum buttons. On the left breast is a single set of loops to which a bronze Sports badge is affixed. The interior is lined with polished black cotton fabric. The interior displays period wear. The tailor label is sewn to the left breast pocket. Through the left hip pocket there is sewn a dagger suspension tab with "D" ring from which the officer would suspend his M36 "chained" dagger. The breeches match the fabric of the tunic perfectly. The breeches display the typical button fly with all buttons present. There is a slash pocket with a buttoned flap on each side of the front. Along the waistline are buttons for the attachment of braces. A cinch belt is at each side for further adjustment along the waistline. $55,000. More Photos

Waffen SS 1st model Plain tree  camouflage smock converted to combat field jacket and plain tree M42 cap

156U5 - Waffen SS 1st model Plain tree camouflage smock converted to combat field jacket with plain tree M42 cap and SS cloth rank insignia for the smock for the rank of Untersturmfuhrer removed from camouflage smock. This coat originally was manufactured as a smock as evidenced by the front lace-up grommets that are seen between the buttons on the chest and upper neck areas. The two side flap pockets are identical to those seen on the smocks. Above the left pocket is printed a small arabic numeral 3 indicating the design pattern. On each wrist and on the side along the waistline are added camouflage straps with buttons for adjusting the cuffs and waist for size. The collar has been field added using the same camouflage pattern. The interior displays the Fall side of the smock. It is unmarked. The jacket displays honest period use with minor repairs and minor separations along the seams. The accompanying very rare and factory made Waffen SS M42 camouflage field cap displays period wear and fading. The size is medium. The front seam shows a one inch separation. The interior features the built-in sweatband that is integral to these caps. Belt not included. Rare combination. $9750. More Photos

Rare Waffen SS drillich hbt tunic

155U1 - Rare Waffen SS drillich hbt tunic. This natural color tunic features a hbt weave, The tunic displays a front placket that obscures the five button front. The underarm has a ventilation opening as this was intended to be worn as a work tunic. The interior is well marked and presents SS/BW acceptance and size stamps. Un-issued. $750. More Photos

Very rare Waffen SS M38 combat worn Palmemuster pattern camouflage smock

1412SO1 - Very rare Waffen SS M38 combat worn Palmemuster pattern camouflage smock. This 1st pattern two-sided reversible tarnjacke ( camouflage smock) features the rare Palm design that was first introduced in 1940 and utilized until 1942 when the Plain Tree and later Dot patterns were subsequently introduced. Camouflage smocks were altogether discontinued in 1944 with the introduction of the HBT M44 general purpose camouflage uniform . Surviving examples of these early Palm smocks are rare. This smock displays heavy period wear. The elastic around the neckline is still evident but the elasticized waistband and cuffs of the two sleeves has been removed. The front opens below the neckline and extends to mid-chest. This opening is secured by ten eyelets through which a drawstring would normally pass. This drawstring is absent. There are two vertical reinforced flap pockets on the front/sides. The smock is interspersed with wear to the heavy duck cotton fabric. $12,500. More Photos

Waffen SS zeltbahn oakleaf pattern shelterquarter

1412U1 - Waffen SS zeltbahn oakleaf pattern shelterquarter. This intact "zelt" displays honest period wear evident in the repairs and occasional separations in the fabric. All the zinc dish scoop buttons and grommets are present. The reinforced neck opening was for wear as a poncho as is seen in period photos. This zeltbahn has no tears. Excellent worn period example. $1200. More Photos

Very rare Waffen SS panzer trousers ( Feldhose fur Panzertruppe ) dated M44

1410U2 - Very rare Waffen SS panzer trousers ( Feldhose fur Panzertruppe ) dated M44. This pair of SS panzetruppen trousers feature clear distinctions from the Heer panzer trousers. SS trousers display two plastic buttons on each of the two front vertical slash pockets. A single buttoned scalloped pocket is on the seat rather than the two pockets displayed on the army trousers. The seat is reinforced in the manner worn by horse mounted troops. The front fly is secured with four bakelite buttons and two additional scoop dish zinc buttons secure the area of the waistband. All buttons are factory machine sewn. On each side of the waistline is a cinch belt used for adjustment. There are five belt loops positioned around the waist. A single watch pocket and metal loop appear on the right side front. At the end of each pant leg is a cotton fabric strip that would be used the adjust the fit inside the short boot worn by panzer troops. The pants measure approximately 38 waist x30 length. Very rare. $8500. More Photos

Waffen SS M44 hbt dot pattern camouflage tunic with drillich pants

1210U2 - Waffen SS M44 hbt dot pattern camouflage tunic with SS Sturnbannfuhrer of Artillery shoulder boards and drillich pants. This rare tunic features a machine sewn, factory applied enlisted bevo style eagle on the left upper sleeve. On each shoulder is a detachable Waffen SS Surmbannfuhrer shoulder board with red waffenfarb indicating artillery. The stitching that secures the painted pebbled aluminum buttons all match. The tunic has a five (5) button front closure and four additional painted pebbled aluminum buttons secure the two breast and two hip pockets. The interior is displays a RBN number and size stamped on the hbt. The Waffen SS often contracted with firms having an RBN number. The exterior is in mint un-issued condition having no tears, rips or repairs. The tunic’s size is approximately 38. The Waffen SS hbt M44 dot pattern camouflage drill pants display two front buttoned slash pockets each secured by a single bakelite button and a smaller watch pocket on the right side. The two flap pockets are lined with hbt material. The fly is secured by four bakelite buttons with two additional metal scoop buttons securing the waistline. The seat of the pants is re-enforced having an additional section of material added. These rare pants have zinc suspender buttons sewn along the interior waistline. The pants are size stamped along the right rear waistband. Both ties at the end of each of the pant legs are present. On the sides are adjusting cinch-belts for adjustment. The waist size is approximately 31 inches. I would rate this Waffen SS M44 hbt uniform as mint un-issued. $12,995. More Photos

Waffen SS enlisted winter greatcoat

1112U2 - Waffen SS enlisted winter greatcoat. This textbook example displays double rows of six pebbled aluminum buttons. There are two slit pockets at breast level and two flap covered hp pockets. On the left sleeve is a factory machine sewn embroidered SS enlisted eagle. The sleeves are straight -cut having no French cuffs as army greatcoats do. The shoulders have loops to accommodate shoulder straps. One of these loops is missing. The bottom is unhemmed as is common for these coats but is reinforced with four lines of stitching. The interior is lined with gray wool for added warmth. There are size stamps on the interior below the right lapel. The backside of the coat has a false belt with two gray pebbled aluminum buttons. There is also a four button back vent. This coat was acquired from the collection of the late Bob Beaver author of the most comprehensive series of books on SS uniforms published by Schiffer Military Publishing. A mint un-issued example. Rare. $2500. More Photos

Rare Waffen SS Wiking Oberscharfuhrer M40 service tunic and breeches

118U2 - Rare Waffen SS "Wiking" Oberscharfuhrer M40 service tunic and breeches. The 5th Waffen SS Panzer Division "Wiking" was the first non-German Waffen SS division comprised mainly of Scandinavian and northern European volunteers. The Wiking Division was commanded by Gruppenfuhrer Felix Steiner and later Obergruppenfuhrer Herbert Gille. Herbert Gille was one of two Waffen SS commanders to be awarded the Brillanten ( Diamonds ) to their Ritterkreutz. The other being Sepp Dietrich of the 1st SS Panzer Division, "Liebstandarte Adolf Hitler". The Wiking Division fought primarily on the Eastern Front and suffered heavy casualties throughout the war. This rare tunic features the rare machine woven "bevo' cufftitle , "Wiking". The inward-facing side of the cufftitle displays wear where the cufftitle came into contact with the tunic while in use. On each shoulder is a pink waffenfarb ( panzer ) piped shoulder strap that displays full aluminum tresse borders with a single rank pip. Along the edge of the dark green wool felt collar is machine sewn tresse. The right runic collar tab is embroidered aluminum wire. The left rank tab features two rank pips denoting a SS Oberscharfuhrer. The two breast and two billowed hip pockets display deep scalloped flaps and pleats. The front closure consists of five ( 5 ) matching pebbled aluminum buttons marked " MOT7" that all show a loss of their original field gray finish due to period use as do the four pockets. On the left front breast pocket are two sets of loops for the display of the Oberscharfuhrer's decorations. Above the left breast pocket is a set of loops for display of the Close Combat Clasp. There is minor evidence of mothing on the rear of the left sleeve. There are four sets of three holes ( two front , two back) for belt hooks. The interior is partially lined with light brown cotton. Along the right side are the marker's name "Marte", size stamps and M40. The interior displays little/no wear. Accompanying the tunic is a pair of field gray wool breeches. The front displays a three button fly that closes with a hook and catch. A single pocket is on each side of the pant leg. There is a cinch belt on each side of the waistline for adjustment. The interior is partially lined with brown cotton fabric along the waistline and pockets. The seat has a single scallop buttoned pocket. At the end of each pant leg are seldom seen zippers marked RHEIN NADEL used for adjustment. A non-standard customized feature. There is no evidence of mothing or stains. Decorations pictured are for display only. Visor hat for display only. Very rare. $17,500. More Photos

Waffen SS M42 combat worn tunic

097U1 - Waffen SS M42 combat worn tunic. This M42 tunic features scalloped pockets without pleats. Also modified in the design of the M42 tunic was the reduction in the number of belt hook eyelets from three to two. This tunic has matching slip-on cavalry piped (golden yellow) shoulder straps for the rank of Oberscharfuhrer having one pip and full tresse. The collar is also trimmed with machine sewn subdued tresse. The rank tab and the SS runics tab are both machine applied. There is a period repair with the addition of a cloth patch on the underside of the collar to which the runic tab has been sewn. On the left upper sleeve is a machine zig-zag sewn SS nco/enlisted bevo eagle. On the left breast pocket are two sets of loops for affixing the combat - awarded decorations. There are period repairs at each of the lower sleeves with patches handsewn to the worn areas. The interior is partially lined with rayon and shows wear consistent with heavy use. The tunic has size stamps but these have become illegiable with age and wear. $8750. More Photos

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087U8 - SS/SD named NCO four pocket service tunic, trousers and visor hat. It is extremely rare to find a complete named uniform. This stunning set includes the four pocket service tunic with machine sewn SS/SD (unmarked) collar tab and matching SS/SD scharfuhrer rank tab. The collar is trimmed with alternating black and silver candy-striped piping that is tailor hand-stitched. The sewn in shoulder boards are for a SS/SD scharfuhrer rank with the appropriate black cords. There are two badges affixed by two sets of loops over the pleated left breast pocket. On the left sleeve is a machine sewn SS embroidered eagle, a untitled SS/SD cufftitle indicating a staff position in the SD. On the right sleeve, upper arm is a hand-sewn "Old Fighter's" chevron on field gray.The interior is lined with black cotton. There is a name tag sewn into the left breast pocket that reads, "Zander Karl SD Hauptamt". The britches feature a three button fly with a fastening hook at the waistline. There are two slash pockets each with a single button on the flap. The brushed suede leather set and upper inseam shows mild wear and is in excellent condition. The waistline has a single name tag sewn in that reads. "Zander Karl SD Hauptamt". The rear of the britches features two single button pockets. There are two cinch belts for waist adjustment on each side. The pant legs end with each having a six button closure. The end of each pant leg shows wear from having been worn. The britches are in overall excellent condition. The visor hat is in itself a highly collectible example. This white-piped nco visor is stunning. It features silver washed SS eagle and totenkopf. This hat would be impossible to upgrade. The upper body and black capband are totally free of mothing or stains. The hat has a great saddle shape. The visor has only minor crazing. The interior is the standard unmarked, issue variety with a simple celluloid rhomboid sweatshield that has minor cracking . Under the sweatshield is a size stamp, "56". The hat is lined with gold artificial silk (rayon). The sweatband is fully intact and has the initials KZ affixed to the light brown leather. Overall the hat shows wear that is consistent with the rest of the uniform. This is truly a "world-class" offering. $19,500. More Photos

SS Helferinnen named service jacket with skirt and very rare SS woman's service cap

087U13 - SS Helferinnen named service jacket with skirt and very rare SS woman's service cap. The matching jacket and skirt are constructed of light gray gabardine wool. The jacket is features the cloth insignia of the SS Female Auxiliaries that was oval shaped with alternating piping with the SS runes on a black field. This insignia is hand sewn over the left breas pocket. On the left sleeve is amachine sewn embroidered SS enlisted eagle. The front is secured by three large plastic buttons. Having never been worn, the two hip pockets have never been opened are sewn closed. The interior is lined with gray cotton. There is the original manufacturer's "cut tags" still affixed. One tag identifies the owner who ordered the uniform - "Ailberg" another tag the size and " SS Bekleidungsamt Wein" and dated Oct. 22 1944. The matching long skirt also has the owner's tag and manufacturer's tag. The entire set is highlighted with the addition of a Helferinnen's service cap. The cap is distinguished by it's design that gives the cap a distinct forward/frontal display and having no side panels. This black wool cap also has an oversized, embroidered eagle that is characteristic of this cap.The cap's exterior has no mothing or stains and is in excellent condition. The interior has a black silk (moiré) sweatband and black polished cotton lining. There is a single size stamp, "54" indicating a smaller head size. This is a mint and extremely rare offering. $17,500. More Photos

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079U16 - SS M44 dot pattern cam HBT drill tunic, worn. This tunic is unquestionably a combat worn piece. There are numerous holes and minor tears over the entire tunic yet it is overall intact and displays well on the mannequin as I photograph it. The camo material shows fading from use. The front and pocket buttons all have matching and original thread although the front buttons have had "re-enforcing" thread applied for fear of losing them. The interior stampings are no longer visible. Honest SS combat tunics are rare. $4,999. More Photos

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Luftwaffe Uniforms

Rare Luftwaffe field divisions splinter pattern coat with officer's overseas cap

157SO3 - Rare Luftwaffe field divisions splinter pattern coat with officer's overseas cap. The consignor of this five item ensemble, complete with field jacket, screwback 1939 Iron Cross 1st Class, cloth Fallschimjager badge, Oberlt. reserve collar tabs and officer hat, acquired it, among other war relics , in 1974/75 from West Germany's military attache in Washington D.C. This Bundeswehr Fallschirmjager colonel had numerous family members and some friends desirous to dispose of some military items outside West Germany discreetly. This field coat features the camouflage splinter pattern on heavy cotton duck material. The right breast area displays a factory machine sewn camouflage embroidered eagle. The front is secured with five glass buttons indicating early production of this model field coat. On each shoulder is a very rare camouflage shoulder strap. These straps are near impossible to find as most were discarded after the coat was issued and replaced with standard rank straps. On the left breast area is a screwback Iron Cross 1st and a cloth version of the Fallschirmabzeichen . These are period applied examples and original to the coat. The hole which the post of the screwback EK1 passes through is marrowed meaning that it is machine stitched along the opening. Under the collar is a storm flap. The interior is unlined and the pockets are made using blue cotton fabric. Accompanying the camouflage field coat is the Luftwaffe officer' s overseas cap featuring all bullion eagle and kokarde insignia with factory applied aluminum piping. The tan cotton lined interior is marked size 55. The Luftwaffe reserve officer tabs were found in a pocket of the jacket by the consignor. Provenance will be provided to the buyer upon completion of sale. $9750. More Photos

Luftwaffe Hermann Goring hbt panzer  drillich uniform

156U7 - Luftwaffe Hermann Goring hbt panzer drillich uniform. This un-dyed set features rare white piped waffenfarb panzer collar tabs as worn by the Hermann Goring division. Matching rank straps are on each shoulder. The hbt wrap is cut in the same style as its wool counterpart. This uniform was originally intended as a training and work uniform but saw its way into combat use as the war progressed. Period photographs support its use. The buttons are the late war pressed paper type. The unlined interior is well marked with size stamps. The trousers feature a built-in belt. The fly closes with matching buttons. The interior waistline is well marked with size stamps. The end of each pant leg displays cotton strip tie strings. Rare. $3500. More Photos

Luftwaffe Oberleutnant greatcoat with Flieger/Fallschirmjager waffenfarb insignia

155U5 - Luftwaffe Oberleutnant greatcoat with Flieger/Fallschirmjager waffenfarb insignia. Officer quality Luftwaffe blue/gray wool with matching sew-in shoulder boards and Oberleutnant collar tabs sewn to the lapels. The double row of six pebbled aluminum buttons secures the front. The interior is lined with artificial silk and displays a private label tailor's tag.. $950. More Photos

Very rare Luftwaffe administrative general's tropical tunic for the rank of Generalmajor

155SO3 - Very rare Luftwaffe administrative general's tropical tunic for the rank of Generalmajor. . This tunic features non-matching Generalmajor slip-on shoulder boards. This was probably the result of this tunic being theater-made and the general using what was available. The tunic's lapels have matching forest green waffenfarb collar tabs and bullion blue-backed continental Luftwaffe general's breast eagle. The matching administrative general's tabs and breast eagle are tailor applied. Gold bullion twistcord piping is sewn around the upper collar. Over the left breast is a row of loops intended to accommodate a long ribbon bar. A single set of loops is over the scalloped and pleated left breast pocket. The two upper pockets are scalloped and pleated. The two hip pockets are pleated with a flap. The front is closed with four pebbled gold buttons. The interior is unmarked. The size is approximately 40 . $8500. More Photos

Rare Luftwaffe field divisions camouflage field coat

155U4 - Rare Luftwaffe field divisions camouflage field coat. This field coat features the camouflage splinter pattern on heavy cotton duck material. The right breast area displays a hand-sewn camouflage embroidered eagle. The front is secured with five metal scoop dish buttons. On each shoulder is a loop and single button for attachment of a shoulder board. Under the collar is a storm flap.The interior is unlined and the pockets are made using tan cotton fabric. Size stamps are evident on the left pocket. Un-issued. $5999. More Photos

Luftwaffe LBA marked socks

132U1 - Luftwaffe LBA marked socks size stamped 2 ( medium) un-issued. rare. $75. More Photos

Luftwaffe officer brown leather gloves

1212U3 - Luftwaffe officer brown leather gloves. Gloves are LBA marked on fleece lining. Features wrist snap button. Size 9 tag inside. Mint. $150. More Photos

Luftwaffe officer brown leather gauntlet style gloves

1212U4 - Luftwaffe officer brown leather gauntlet style gloves. Gloves are LBA marked on fleece lining. Features wrist snap button with wrist strap.. $500. More Photos

Luftwaffe officer brown leather gauntlet 1938 dated38 gloves

1212U5 - Luftwaffe officer brown leather gauntlet 1938 dated38 gloves. Gloves are LBA marked along with the Berlin maker on leather lining. Features elasticized opening. Worn by Luftwaffe motorcyclist and pilots. Mint. Rare. $500. More Photos

Luftwaffe officer's dress straight leg trousers

1211U6 - Luftwaffe officer's dress straight leg trousers. These heavy gray wool dress trousers feature two slash side pockets and a front watch pocket. The fly is secured by five black plastic buttons. Along the interior waistline are four plastic dish buttons for attachment of the braces. These pants are partially lined with striped fabric indicating quality tailoring. On each side is a cinch belt on each side for size adjustment. The seat displays a single buttoned pocket. I would rate these pants as near mint. $1075. More Photos

Very Rare Luftwaffe Oberst ( full colonel ) fliegerbluse

1201U5 - Very Rare Luftwaffe Oberst ( full colonel ) fliegerbluse with matching breeches. This rare set features the yellow waffenfarb of officers attached to flight or Fallschirmjager units. The handsewn collar tabs display the three gulls indicating the rank of Oberst. On each shoulder are matching detachable boards indicating that the Oberst upgraded the boards from Oberstleutnant to Oberst with the addition of a second rank pip. On the area of the lft breast are six sets of period applied loops for the Obersts' decorations. Over the area of the right breast is an officer's silver bullion eagle and two sets of loops that could have accommodated a Spanish Cross and German Cross. The front closure is secured by four plastic buttons. On each side are of the fliegerbluse is a slash pocket. The interior is lined with gray cotton fabric. The breeches feature a five button front fly closure. There is a single watch pocket and two buttoned slash pockets on each side. One of the buttons is gone with time. There are two buttoned flap pockets on the seat. The interior is missing the buttons that would secure the braces as the officer elected to ad belt loops along the exterior waistline. At the end of each leg the officer further customized his breeches with the addition of zippers rather than the standard lace-ups. $4250. More Photos

Very rare Luftschiffer Litewka ( tunic)

118IMPU1 - Very rare Luftschiffer Litewka ( tunic). At the start of World War I the Imperial German Army had five ( 5) Luftschiffer ( airship ) battalions and one airship company. The airship troops, like the aviation units, were part of the transport troops, which consisted of railway, telegraph, motorized and all avaiation units. In October 1916 the flying troops, the airship troops and the air defense were combined to to form the "Luftstreitkrafte" or aerial forces which separated from the transport troops. The airship units, like their fixed-winged cousins, were in their infancy and required various specialists and numerous volunteers from the multitude of sources. The airship units, like the flying units, allowed those qualified to wear their former service uniforms within the air service. The airship service drew its ranks from the Infantry, Hussars, Dragoon, Engineers, etc. Although the airship service ( formed 1901) predated the flying service ( formed 1912) neither the army or naval units had a qualification badge until August 1920. The bullion badge embroidered on the tunic was added after WWI. The featured Luftschiffer officer tunic is a wartime Litewka ( Lithuanian in origin), the working tunic, like the kleiner rock. The parent regiment would be any regiment that displayed red piping ( here shown on the front closure, front and lower edge of the collar and edge of the cuffs) and blue tabs with copper/yellow color buttons. The litewka was favored tunic with officers of all branches of service because of its comfort, smart appearance being double breasted and short skirt unlike the longer uberrock or mantel. The leutnant sewn-in shoulder boards have light gray waffenfarb ( underlay ) of the Luftschiffer branch of service. On each shoulder board is the gold "L" cipher worn in wartime. On the left upper sleeve is a post-1918 added commemoration wreathed "2" likely indicating his wartime assignment with the 2nd Luftschiffer Battalion ( Berlin - Dresden 3rd Company ). It is unlikely that the "2" would commemorate service on LZ2 as the airship was "lost" in January 1906. Over the upper left breast are loops for a five place ribbon bar. Below the the loops for the ribbon bar is another set of loops to accommodate the Iron Cross 1st Class. The extremely rare bullion hand-embroidered airship badge is displayed on the lower left front. The Army version of the airship badge was without the imperial crown on the wreath. Whereas, the naval version displayed the crown. The interior is lined with gray/green cotton material. It is of interest to note where the lining was opened in order to embroider the bullion airship badge directly to the Litewka. Very rare. $7150. More Photos

Luftwaffe  summer flight pants

114U6 - Luftwaffe summer flight pants. These light brown / tan cotton fabric flying pants feature a front leather pull tab zipper that descends down the front to the crotch. The waist is adjusted with a built-in cloth belt. On the inside of each pant leg another zipper extends from mid-calf to the cuff. One of these leather pull tabs is missing. A three snap pocket is positioned on the right outside thigh. The front thigh pockets have been professionally removed . It is done so well it is hard to tell if it was done by the maker. Descending down each side is a plastic pull tab zipper that allows entry inside the pants. At the rear are four bakelite buttons used for the attachment of braces. Along the inside waistline is an RBN numbered, 1943 dated and size stamped "IIa" maker's cloth tag. The pants are partially lined with Luftwaffe blue rayon fabric. Rare. $950. More Photos

Luftwaffe officer's breeches

1101U6 - Luftwaffe officer's breeches. These high quality blue gabardine wool breeches feature a five (5) button front fly. There are two slash side pockets. The seat displays two flap button pockets. The breeches are lined with DAF stamped cotton fabric indicating they were made by the Deutches Arbeit Front (German Workers organization). The end of each leg is adjusted for the boot by four matching button. $600. More Photos

Luftwaffe Forestry Service greatcoat

1011U5 - Luftwaffe Forestry Service greatcoat. This dark green full length wool greatcoat features a dark green wool felt collar with Luftwaffe Forestry Service bullion collar and shoulder board insignia indicating the rank of Hilfsforster . The shoulder boards are piped in dark green velvet and feature a single metal oak leaf on each. On the left shoulder the retaining button is missing. The double breasted front has two rows of matching dark green buttons. The exterior has areas of minor moth-thinning to the fabric but not through the material. This does not detract from the overall appearance. The rear features a partial belt joined by a single button. The interior is lined with dark green artificial silk. The tailor label is sewn on the back of the garment and in the inside pocket along with the owner's name and is dated 1942. Rare. $700. More Photos

Luftwaffe enlisted greatcoat Luftwaffe Flight/ Fallschirmjager Unterfeldwebel greatcoat with aiguilette cords

1011U6 - Luftwaffe enlisted greatcoat Luftwaffe Flight/ Fallschirmjager Unterfeldwebel greatcoat with aiguilette cords. This greatcoat features matching shoulder straps and handsewn rank tabs with golden/yellow waffenfarbe indicating flight or Fallschirmjager branch of service. The front is closed by two rows of six matching pebbled aluminum buttons.The Luftwaffe blue wool coat displays minimal period wear having no staining, mothing or tears. The golden/yellow adjutant cords are cello with silver aluminum tassels. The rear shows a half belt with two matching blue pebbled aluminum buttons. The interior is lined with gray cotton and is well marked with a Luftwaffe acceptance stamp and LBA number and size. $800. More Photos

Luftwaffe Forestry officer's tunic for the rank of Revierforster

1011U8 - Luftwaffe Forestry officer's tunic for the rank of Revierforster. This very rare tunic features a dark green velvet collar with silver aluminum twistcord piping. On each shoulder is an officer board with matching dark green velvet waffenfarbe and a single gilt rank pip. There is a matching set of tabs that display the silver embroidered oak leaf configuration of a Revierforster rank officer. This embroidery is stunning. Over the right pleated and scalloped breast pocket is an officer's aluminum silver breast eagle on dark green velvet backing. This eagle is unique to the Luftwaffe Forestry Service. The scalloped edges of the four tunic pockets is trimmed with dark green piping as is the front closure. The back vent is also trimmed with dark green piping along with two silver pebbled aluminum buttons. The interior is lined with medium gray artificial silk. Inside the left breast pocket is the tailor'd label 'Oswald Krueger, Wiesbaden " along with the Forestry officer's name. The nametag is dated 1936. Very rare and in excellent condition. $1750. More Photos

Luftwaffe Hermann Goring division Hauptfeldwebel panzer wrap

103U2 - Luftwaffe Hermann Goring division Hauptfeldwebel panzer wrap. This stunning wrap features matching Hermann Goring white-piped waffenfarbe shoulder straps with two rank pips and full aluminum tresse indicating rank of Hauptfeldwebel or senior non-commissioned officer. On each of the collars is a machine sewn white collar tab as worn by the Hermann Goring Division with a panzer skull. Over the right breast area is a machine sewn embroidered enlisted Luftwaffe breast eagle. Hand-sewn into the left lapel is a ribbon for the Iron Cross 2nd class. On the lower right sleeve is a machine sewn black NCO embroidered cufftitle of the Hermann Goring division. The interior is partially lined with gray cotton. The maker's stamp is faint. There are a number of museum or studio stamps that are indicated on the gray lining. $10,500. More Photos

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Kriegsmarine Uniforms

Rare Kriegsmarine  greatcoat for the rank of Admiral

155SO4 - Rare Kriegsmarine greatcoat for the rank of Admiral. This rare greatcoat features two matching Admiral rank sewn-in shoulder boards each displaying two proper for General or Admiral rank pips over the twisted gold and silver braid. The front lapels display the cornflower blue facing material that distinguishes this as a Kriegsmarine admiral's greatcoat. The front features two rows of six gilded buttons. The left hand flap pocket has sewn-in hangers for suspending the Admiral's dirk. The rear of the coat displays two rows of six decorative gilded buttons along the vent. The unmarked interior is lined with dark blue artificial silk. $3500. More Photos

Rare, named Kriegsmarine Konteradmiral's Mess Dress jacket

155SO2 - Rare, named Kriegsmarine Konteradmiral's Mess Dress jacket. This short Mess Dress jacket features the bullion sleeve rank stripes of a Konteradmiral. The double row of four buttons is joined with a double-button chain that secures through two open buttonholes centered on the mid-section. A bullion officer's eagle is positioned over the upper mid-section on the right side. The interior is lined with dark blue silk. Inside the interior pocket is the original Konteradmiral's nametag that shows his name and is dated 1936. Rare. $4500. More Photos

Rare Kriegsmarine tailor made officer breeches

155U3 - Rare Kriegsmarine tailor made officer breeches. These heavy wool pants display light period wear. These navy wool breeches feature a three button fly closure with hook and catch at the waistline. There are two vertical pockets along the exterior seam of the pant leg. Towards the end of each pant leg are the lace-ups for tucking the leg into the boot. Along the exterior of the waistline are belt loops. The inside is partially lined with material commonly seen in custom-made uniforms. The breech's size is approximately 32" ( waist) x 30 " (inseam). $575. More Photos

Army Gebirgsjager Hauptmann service tunic for Gebirgs Nachrichten Abteilung 70

1410U3 - Rare named Kriegsmarine Enlisted Uniform Set. This set consists of a dark blue dress jacket and trousers, dark blue jumper, white jumper and trousers and originally tied black silk tie named to Heinz Wagner.

    1. Parade/Dress Jacket. This fine double breasted jacket features quality navy blue wool material and tailoring with all matching gilt buttons and chain-link front closure intact. Gold Petty officer tress at cuffs with a machine embroidered yellow breast eagle. The left sleeve displays the career and rank insignia of Bootsmannsmaat Engine Room. The metal insignia is fire-gilt. On the area of the left breast are loops for single ribbon bar and a war badge. The interior is lined with black cotton lining and is marked marked " B.A.-W. / 17 2 37" stenciled in white, "N. 22 34 T / 38" stenciled in red, and "N. 22 34 T / 38" hand-sewn in red thread.
    2. Navy blue dress bib-front trousers worn with dress jacket or blue jumper. High quality navy blue wool material and tailoring. Black cotton with small white dots pattern waistband lining. Small name tag "Wagner" knit in red on white cloth attached. The trousers' approximate size is 32 x 32 (inseam) inches.The tunic and trousers are both virtually Mint.
    3. Blue Jumper and collar. Machine embroidered yellow breast eagle. Small name tags ("Wagner" knit in red on white cloth attached. All of the above are virtually Mint.
    4. White jumper with blue collar. Blue on white breast eagle. Machine embroidered Torpedo-Bootsmannsmaat specialty oval sleeve patch blue on white duck material.
    5. White bib-front trousers for above. Approximate size 28 (waist) x 29 (inseam) inches.
    6. Black silk neckerchief, knotted, with white string tie.
This three uniform Kriegsmarine set is in outstanding condition and very hard to find with the original owner's name. $2500. More Photos

Kriegsmarine tropical corduroy breeches

1211U7 - Kriegsmarine tropical corduroy breeches. These breeches display heavy cotton corduroy material. The fly is secured with six metal scoop dish buttons. The front wiast conceals the built-in cotton belt with a tan painted open claw buckle. There are two slash buttoned side pockets and a watch pocket. The seat displays a single buttoned pocket. The end of each pant leg displays ten eyelets for lacing up the pantlegs that would be tucked into high boots. The interior is partially lined with tan cotton fabric. It is well marked with size stamped and the name "TRESCO". I would rate these breeches as mint un-issued. $675. More Photos

Kriegsmarine two-piece leather suit

114u5 - Kriegsmarine two-piece leather suit. These leather suits were worn for foul weather and in engine rooms. The coat features a five ( 5 ) button front closure with matching period sewn Kriegsmarine buttons. These buttons have lost their gilt finish due to wear. A single flap breast pocket is sewn into the left side. There are two flap hip pockets. The black leather is in very good to excellent condition having no tears or repairs. On each are two buttons used for adjusting the cuffs with a matching leather strap. The interior of the jacket is lined with a heavy cotton material. The inside pocket is fainted stamped by the maker. The matching leather pants are constructed using six large sections of leather. The fly is secured with four bakelite buttons and hook/catch assembly. Along the waistline are four buttons positioned along the front and four aditional in the rear for attachment of the braces. Along the outside seam are two slash pockets. The interior is lined with a gray/brown cotton fabric that shows light/medium wear. A maker's tag is sewn on the inside lining - 'Bekleidungsfabirik Habelt Crailsheim/Wrttbg.and dated 1941 Grosse (size) 48. Rare set. $1000. More Photos

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085U54 - Kriegsmarine enlisted man's jumper. This mint and un-issued navy wool jumper features a beautiful KM enlisted woven eagle that is zig-zag stitched on the right breast. The jumper has a blue rope decorative tie at the open neck. There are 3 buttons and a strap of wool fabric along the neckline used for closing the area. There is a blue cotton interior pocket that is stitched to the inside of the neckline for easy access. Each cuff is lined with blue cotton and secured by 2 buttons marked E.U.N.S. The jumper is a small size and unmarked. $350. More Photos

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0410u7 - Kriegsmarine Leutnant's Dress Mess tunic, vest and trousers for an engineer. This stunning and elegant mess dress uniform is tailored using high quality "doe-skin" wool. It is a pleasure to simply run one's fingers over the material. The double breasted, six button, short waisted jacket features the finest KM breast eagle I've ever seen with orange-gold accent threads running throughout the eagle. The jacket is fastened with an elegant gold chain with KM buttons on each end. At the end of each sleeve are the bullion stripes indicating KM Leutnant rank and the cog wheel above the stripe for KM engineer The white piquet vest is mint but lacks the detachable gold KM buttons. The unmarked trousers are also near mint showing minimal wear. $1500. More Photos

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Civil & Political Uniforms

Rare Technische Nothilfe ( TeNo) work jacket

138U1 - Rare Technische Nothilfe ( TeNo) work jacket. TeNo related uniforms and articles of clothing of any kind are rare and highly collectible. This Luftwaffe blue HBT work jacket features a machine sewn triangular blue hbt TeNo eagle over the right breast area. There are two patch pockets at the hip area. The front is closed with five detachable "s" ring blue pebbled buttons. There is a drawstring along the interior waist. There are no interior markings. $550 . More Photos

SA-Stiefelhose ( breeches)

135U1 - SA-Stiefelhose ( breeches). These medium brown wool breeches feature two vertical flap scalloped pockets that are secures with a brown plastic buttons. The front fly is closed with six ( two at the waistline) matching machine sewn brown plastic buttons. There are three buttons along the waistline for attachment of braces. One of four is missing. At the end of each pant leg is a single buttonhole and drawstrings for adjustment. The buttons are not present which leads me to believe these breeches are not only mint but un-issed. At each side is a cinch belt for waistline adjustment. There is a single scalloped buttoned pocket on the seat. The interior is partially lined with gray cotton fabric. There is a single stamp "24"stamped along the waistline. A RZM tag indicating the manufacturer's code is sewn to the underside of the rear pocket. The breeches measure approxiamtely 30 (wait) x 25.0 inches ( inseam). The overall condition is Mint. $450 . More Photos

SA cloth lederhosen

133U2 - SA cloth "lederhosen" (for "Hochland" Shirt) Brushed mustard-tan cotton w/raised white edging (now aged to "cream" color) to simulate traditional chamois shorts, top of rear waist cut in wide "V", front flap, pair of side pockets and knife pocket on right side; unbleached (?) cotton fabric waistband (very small tag w/red "40") and pocket bags; simulated stag horn buttons; Used but very sound; Excellent Excellent. $150.00 . More Photos

Polizei leggings as worn over the shoe or short boot

131U4 - Polizei leggings as worn over the shoe or short boot. These leggings are made of heavy cotton fabric having black leather straps. One of the leather straps has given way to age. The interior is marked with the matching RBN numbers. These may be repaired with stitching.$75. More Photos

NSDAP breeches

1211U2 - NSDAP "Stiefelhose" (breeches) . These medium brown wool breeches feature two vertical flap scalloped pockets that are secures with a NSDAP gilt button with a party eagle. The front fly is closed with five matching machine sewn brown plastic buttons. There is a double row of brown plastic buttons circumventing the waistline for attachment of braces. At the end of each pant leg are seven buttons for sizing the calf portion inside the high boots. At each side is a cinch belt for waistline adjustment. There is a single scalloped buttoned pocket on the seat. The interior is partially lined with gray cotton fabric. There is a single stamp "48" indicating size. A RZM tag indicating the manufacturer's code is sewn to the underside of one of the front pockets. The overall condition is excellent. $350. More Photos

SA Bergrock ( Mountain tunic ) with matching  Skihose

1210U5 - SA Bergrock ( Mountain tunic ) with matching Skihose. The Bergrock is distinctive in having only two pleated scalloped breast pockets. There are no hip pockets as is standard for most tunics. This medium weight Sturmabteilung brown wool example displays openings for belt hooks surrounding the waistline for attaching mountain climbing equipment. A standard multi-piece constructed NSDAP armband is completely machine sewn to the left upper sleeve. The Bergrock is closed at the front by five matching pebbled silvered buttons. The exterior is in mint , un-issued condition having no distractions . The interior is partially lined with copper/brown cotton fabric. Partially hidden beneath the left breast pocket is a RZM tag marked Herstell.: D6/16901...A 071417" . The Bergrock was worn by members of SA mountain units and later by the SA Wehrmanschaften. TheBergrock is further size stamped "48". Accompanying the Bergrock is matching skihose. The ski hose a two button flap pocket on each side front and is closed by five brown plastic buttons. A small watch pocket is also present at the front. Along the exterior waistline are eight matching brown plastic buttons used for the attachment of braces. On each side is a cinch belt for size adjustment. The seat of the pants displays a single buttoned flap pocket. The interior is partially lined with the same copper/brown cotton fabric as the Bergrock. The size ""50" is stamped on the waist lining. Under the rear flap pocket is sewn a RZM tag marked " SA Skihose, Herstelle 1253 A 1253...A 026653") . The end of each pant leg is covered with copper/brown cotton fabric and has tie strings. I would rate this uniform as being in mint un-issued condition and very rare. $2500. More Photos

Eastern Peoples officials tunic with black trousers

1209U8 - Eastern Peoples officials tunic with black trousers. This un-issued tunic features medium brown wool with a darker brown collar. The front is closed with four Eastern Peoples stylized buttons featuring the Diplomatic style eagle and swastika above a wreath. These buttons also secure the two pleated breast pockets and two npn-pleated hip pockets. Above the French cuffs is silver rayon piping. The stitches that once held the maker's tag are still visible beneath the row of buttons that close the front. The exterior fabric is free of mothing and stains. Is lined with a light colored purple rayon. The only marking is a size "58" stamp. Accompanying the tunic is a pair of black riding breeches that display a re-enforced seat. The black wool breeches have two side vent pockets and a single rear flap button pocket. There is also a smaller watch pocket located at the front. The fly is secured using five plastic buttons. Around the waistline are postioned belt loops. There are also buttons for attaching braces. The interior waistline is umarked. At the end of each pant leg are zippers as opposed to the standard buttons and laces. Rare. $1750. More Photos

Reichs Arbeit Dienst (RAD) officer greatcoat

1011U9 - Reichs Arbeit Dienst (RAD) officer greatcoat. This high quality full length greatcoat features a dark brown wool felt collar with a double breasted front with two rows of matching pebbled aluminum buttons. On each shoulder there is a matching set of RAD officer shoulder boards indicating the rank of Arbeitsfuhrer. The interior is lined with brown/tan artificial silk. The tailor label is sewn on the inside pocket. The 1940 dated nametag indicates the owner's name as Specht. The interior displays a dagger opening for the wear of the RAD leader's dagger. This officer grade wool greatcoat has no staining but a couple of minor moth nips on the right sleeve elbow area. These do not detract from the overall excellent appearance of this quality coat. Rare. $800. More Photos

Schutzpolizei  Wachtmeister greatcoat

1011U4 - Schutzpolizei Wachtmeister greatcoat. This greatcoat features a dark brown wool green piped felt collar. The shoulder straps are for the rank of Wachtmeister having one silver pip. The straps havee dark brown braids with silver "'v"' threads along the outer border. There is no underlay as is correct for this rank. The double rows of six buttons each closes the front. The rear displays a half-belt with two pebbled aluminum buttons. The interior is lined with brown cotton. It is marker stamped and dated 1940. The exterior has no tears or serious stains that detract from the overall appearance. $450. More Photos

SA Steifelhose (breeches style) pants

1011U3 - SA Steifelhose (breeches style) pants. This mint un-issued pair of breeches made of SA brown heavy wool features two front vertical slash button pockets with a small watch pocket. All brown buttons are present. The fly is secured by six buttons with one absent. All eight (8) brace buttons along the exterior waistline are present. At the sides are two cinch belts for adjustment. The rear displays a single button flap pocket. At the end of each tapered pant leg are tie strings with both present. The interior waistband is size stamped 98 1/2 . A SA RZM tag is machine sewn to the underside of the rear pocket. Small size waist. Mint. $500. More Photos

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Uniform Accessories

Unit Insignia for shoulder boards

133CI20 - Unit Insignia for shoulder boards, numbers 4,0,1,8,1,0,2,8,2. $15 a piece. More Photos

Unit Insignia for shoulder Boards

133CI10 - Unit Insignia for shoulder Boards (a pair of 5's) $35 a set. More Photos

Unit Insignia for shoulder Boards

133CI12 - Unit Insignia for shoulder Boards (a pair of 254's) $40 a set. More Photos

Unit Insignia for shoulder Boards

133CI13 - Unit Insignia for shoulder Boards (a pair of 2's) $35 a set. More Photos

Unit Insignia for shoulder Boards

133CI14 - Unit Insignia for shoulder Boards (a pair of 4's) $35 a set. More Photos

Unit Insignia for shoulder Boards

133CI15 - Unit Insignia for shoulder Boards (a pair of gold 0's) $35 a set. More Photos

Unit Insignia for shoulder Boards

133CI16 - Unit Insignia for shoulder Boards (a pair of gold 8's) $35 a set. More Photos

Unit Insignia for shoulder Boards

133CI17 - Unit Insignia for shoulder Boards (a pair of gold 6's or 9's 1 inch in size) $40 a set. More Photos

Medical orderly snakes shoulder device, single

133CI5 - Medical orderly snakes shoulder device, single. $25. More Photos

Medical orderly snakes shoulder device, pair

133CI6 - Medical orderly snakes shoulder device, pair. $40. More Photos

Detachable pebbled aluminum buttons by Asman

132UA9 - Detachable pebbled aluminum buttons by Asman (set of 5) $15 a piece. More Photos

Gebirgsjäger Lace-up Gaiters

133UA4 - Gebirgsjäger Lace-up Gaiters; pair, lace-up; olive-green water repellent fabric with light brown leather trim, dark brown leather interior seam reinforcements and instep straps; six metal hooks and 2 eyelets. Used, Excellent $225.00 . More Photos

Polizei lace-up gaiters

133UA3 - Polizei lace-up gaiters. This set of Polizei lace-ups are made of green-orange water repellent fabric (interior marked "Gr. 9") with dark brown leather fittings, metal speed lace hooks and buckles painted reddish-brown enamel. One gaiter has its thin brown leather lace. Unissued, Mint. $225.00. More Photos

Gebirgsjäger Ski mittens

133UA2 - Gebirgsjäger Ski mittens, pair. This pair is dark olive-green HBT with dark gray leather thumb reinforcement and dark tan HBT wrist straps with adjustable buckles. There is a wood toggle to secure mittens together. Near Mint. $120.00 . More Photos

Gebirgsjäger Winter gauntlet mittens

133UA1 - Gebirgsjäger Winter gauntlet mittens; pair. This pair features light gray fabric and is wool lined e with elasticized wrists and cuffs. The mitts have articulated thumbs and right hand trigger finger. Number "2" indicating medium size is lightly stamped in the palm of each glove. Used. Excellent Plus condition. $110.00. More Photos

Company #1, Heer tunic buttons

132UA8 - Company #1, Heer tunic buttons. $5 each. set of 18. More Photos

German Tunic Buttons - Silver Pebbled

132UA7 - German Tunic Buttons - Silver Pebbled ( set of 10) $10 each. More Photos

Pip's for shoulder boards

132CI112 - Nazi Pip's for shoulder boards (4 as a set) $150. More Photos

Tropical NCO tress

132CI91 - Tropical NCO tress. $35 per meter. (approximately 3ft, 3 inches). More Photos

RZM 67 marked red Thread

132CI106 - RZM 67 marked red Thread, WWII Period spools of thread. $25. More Photos

RZM 67 marked light blue Thread

132CI107 - RZM 67 marked light blue Thread, WWII Period spools of thread. $25. More Photos

RZM 67 marked brown Thread

132CI108 - RZM 67 marked brown Thread, WWII Period large spools of thread. $25. More Photos

RZM 67 marked brown Thread

132CI109 - RZM 67 marked brown Thread, WWII Period small spools of thread. $25. More Photos

RZM 67 marked Medium Blue Thread

132CI110 - RZM 67 marked Medium Blue Thread, WWII Period large spools of thread. $25. More Photos

RZM 67 marked Medium Blue Thread

132CI111 - RZM 67 marked Medium Blue Thread, WWII Period Small spools of thread. $25. More Photos

SA kepi buttons

132UA1 - SA kepi buttons in the original box. Price: $10 each. More Photos

rank pipes

132UA2 - rank pipes at $5.00 a piece (set of 24 at $120). More Photos

Gold NSDAP Eagle Buttons

132UA3 - Gold NSDAP Eagle Buttons, RZ UE 76/6 on back of button. $50 a piece. More Photos

German Tunic Buttons

132UA4 - German Tunic Buttons - Silver Pebbled. $15 a piece. More Photos

Diplomatic Tunic Buttons

132UA5 - Diplomatic Tunic Buttons. $75 each. More Photos

Heer tunic buttons

132UA6 - Company #14, Heer tunic buttons. $5 each. More Photos

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