German WWII Army (HEER) General's tunic. This ones fantastic! This General's tunic was made most likely from 1942 on as its Cellon insignia was sued during the war, and the style and cut of the tunic suggests wartime use, not pre-war. The tunic is MINT! and looks to not have been worn much at all. Field Gray smooth twill wool body it has a Dark Green standup collar. On the collar are 3-D style General's collar tabs. Red based, these are thick and hand sewn onto the collar. The Gold Bullion wire weave is almost a 3-D effect and rally stands out. Two-tone gold bullion to the tabs. On the shoulders, are the boards. Sew-in style, Cellon Gold/Yellow weave with silver inserts on a Red base with a single Gold pebbled button to each. The breast eagle is also fantastic and made of Cellon. Hand sewn, it does have a few moth nips to the eagle, but minor, excellent details to the eagle. The moth nips are the only issue with the complete tunic. Tunic has all matching Gold pebbled buttons, solid back and maker marked Ludenshield Linden and the makers label. On the other side are loops for several medals, and a long ribbon bar, on the Right breast are loops for the German Cross. 5 button front. The liner is padded, and is of a Pale Green silk like material. There's an inner belt and buckle. The tailors tag is in the neck with the name and town. The tunic has two inner pockets, but is not named. This tunic is MINT and you wont find better! Being mostly Cellon and with the cut of the tunic, this was worn by a General during the war.
German WWII Army (HEER) Generals Tunic Featured
Published in Uniforms-Army (HEER) Luftwaffe And Kregsmarine
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