German WWII Generalstabsintendant's uniform. A rare uniform to find, this is to an Administration General in the Army. Fantastic quality tailor made smooth twill wool, the tunic is also piped in DarkGreen on the cuffs, down the center and the collar. Collar is a DarkGreen color and has the collar tabs for an Administrative General. Tabs are Green based with a secondary piping in bright Red, they look closer to Pink but are called a Bright Red, with Gold bullion wire weave, the tabs are machine sewn on. The shoulderboards are Green based with the secondary color of bright Red, with Gold bullion and Silver weave cords with the Black "flecks" in the Silver part of the cords. There sewn into the shoulder and have a single Gold pebbled button to each. Finally on top are the Silver "HV" for Administration. All buttons are gold pebbled finish and are solid backed marked "OVERHOFF&CL plus OLC in a diamond. There is a War Merit ribbon sewn to the second button hole. On the Left breast are loops for a long ribbon bar and loops for one medal, the Iron Cross Ist Class is for decorative use only, it is not included with this tunic. On the Right breast is a Gold bullion wire weave General's breast eagle. The full liner is an Off-Green silk material and has an inner pocket as well as a Dagger slot. The sleeves are also fully lined in a silk lined material. In the pocket is the name tag. Tunic is named to Generalstabsintendant FERDINAND WINTER, The tag is dated 1940 from the tailor, S.SCHARRER in MUNCHEN. The tunic is very close to mint condition and shows little wear or use. One moth hole inside the collar, but small and a moth nip on the other side in the collar and that's all. Very clean and a very rare tunic. There are some loose threads on one collar tab only, but a few that's it. Generalstabsintendant Ferdinand Winter as promoted to this rank in 1.4.1938. German WWII records show Ferdinand Winter as Akademie f.d. hoh Int. Dienst OKH/V 3 kdf.
German WWII Army Administrative Generals Tunic Named to Ferdinand Winter Featured
Published in Uniforms-Army (HEER) Luftwaffe And Kregsmarine
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