RESTORED ORIGINAL WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN PIONEER OFFICER’S TUNIC

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Item Code: 873-24

This tunic was purchased in Austria around 2004. It had been de-Nazified and civilianized by the removal of all insignia as well as the breast pockets. It has been semi-restored with original insignia of pioneer/engineer officer’s shoulder straps with one pip and the metallic numbers “85,” collar insignia and breast eagle. The replaced breast pockets are from a Swedish tunic. All buttons are also World War Two era.

The coat is in overall good condition with several small moth holes. The largest hole is about the size of a nickel and is located on the lower front skirt and is covered by a piece of matching cloth. Coat has the bottle green neck and a correct lining has some repairs and wear in the left shoulder area.

With a little work to replace the breast pockets this tunic would display very well.  [ad]

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