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German WWII officers trousers.  These are a Dark Stone Gray wool, and can be early Army, or SS officers trousers, also based on the color they could be used for Red Cross officers as well.  Mint condition, these are flared at the calf's with small black buttons.  On the front of the trousers they have slash pocket openings and a small watch pocket with the metal ring for the watch strap.  Side adjustment buckles in Blued Steel.  On the back is a single pocket.  The liner is a Gray cotton material and is stamped 8 41 as well as 46 and the Roman numerial II.  Missing one small button on the fly, that's it and there close to mint with no damage and no mothing.  about a 32 US waist size. 


German WWII Named U-Boat officers grouping.  This ones rare and has a lot of items. First his Kreigsmarine officers tunic, NAMED to Ernst Lutz and officer serving on U-591.  DarkBlue fine twill wool tunic, double breasted cut.  Has Gilt Kreigsmarine buttons on front most are dated 1938 and 1940 meaning some were period replaced through normal use.  Tunic has a Fantastic Gold Officers breast eagle on the front, its in a two-toned style with the wreath a different gold color.  Tunic has One sleeve stripe and has the Gold star for serving Line officers.  It has the Iron Cross ribbon for the EKII in the button hole, included with this tunic is his Iron Cross second class, the medal on the ribbon.  The medal is with the short ribbon and the ring is stamped with what looks like "100".   The medal was in his pocket of his tunic.  Liner is Black silk and has the tailors lable sewn into the neck, the tailor is from GOTENHAFEN.  Inside the inner pocket is the name tag, worn and hard to read, but you can still make on his name, LUTZ.  Next are two of his visors, both visors and the other extra tops were all in this round carrying case.  

First is his Blue topped visor, in DarkBlue wool, has with matching Gold age tonned bullion eagle and wreath on front, chinstrap and Blue wool topped visor with his rank scallops.  No damage to the top of the cap, but there is some moth damage at the rear bottom edge.  Tan sweatband and has a fantastic makers label under the sweatdiamond with the U-Boat image and GOTENHAFFEN, showing his tunic and caps were from the same tailor!  To the back of the sweatband were the seam meets there is some minor damage.  Next is his White topped visor.  Very clean visor has removable top as is the Blue topped visor.  Gold Metal eagle and Cellon wreath with chincord.  Bill is Blue wool covered with his rank scallops.  Liner is gold twill and has an unmarked sweatdiamond.  Sweatband is Tan and has a White stripe running in the center, plus his metal initials in it as well. The only damage is to the underside of the bill, it is broken in half, near the center where he might have folded it, otherwise its nice.  Next are two Blue extra tops, Blue wool, one has a Gold bullion eagle still on it, but moths have left damage around the eagle.  There is some moth damage to the top.  The other Blue top has moth damage as well, you can clearly see where the eagle was removed at one time.  The extra White top is clean, and shows the pin holes where the metal eagle went, no damage.  Next is the large visor carrying case.  Pasteboard round shape and has a seperate lid.  The top leather strap is missing and the lid shows damage to the rim and the inside pad, the main case is nice, Blue velvet inside and clean.  Last is a name plate with his name and rank, and four screw holes in each corner to attach to a locker, or foot locker possibly.  

The grouping was left behind in Germany before his last patrol and has NOT been in any other collection.  There is some damage to some of the caps and the case, this is the way it was found and was stored.  Regardless, its EXTREMELY rare to ever find a grouping like this, I have never seen another set this complete.  

Leutnant z. S. Ernst Lutz, second watch officer on U-591.  He was captured in July 1943 after being sunk by a U.S. Sub hunting aircraft off the coast of Brazil.  He was rescued and captured, then spent the rest of the war in U.S. Captivity.  You can read the history at  


German WWII Unissued Kreigsmarine Tropical shorts.  MINT and never issued, these still have the makers paper tag sewn onto the side.  Tan twill cotton, These have the metal dish buttons sewn on.  Side adjustment buckles.  Inside the partial liner it's well stamped.  In the liner it's stamped B.A.W 15 9 42.  Plus the makers small stamp that matches the paper tag and size stamps.  Dated 6/42 these are unissued!


German WWII Army Parade tunic and trousers set.  This set is for a Kradshutzen (Motorcycle troops) man.  Army issue parade tunic is a Green wool with a DarkGreen collar, both piped in Dark Yellow for Calvary/Recon troops.  Inner buttons to the collar for the inner collar protector.  Parade collar tabs in Dark Yellow with Silver bullion sew on.  Shoulderboards are also Dark green with Dark Yellow piping and chainstiching for the letter for Aufklarungs and the number 20.  Silver pebbled buttons with the number "2" on it.  Eight button front, also in Silver pebbled buttons.  Breast eagle is the Silver Flatwire version, hand sewn on.  Cuffs are Dark Green with Dark Yellow piping and the parade tabs sewn on.  Rear is also Dark Yellow piped and has Silver pebbled buttons.  Liner is issue in a Tan cotton material and is complete or a full liner.  Nice stamps inside for the szie and date B38 plus 2./Aufkl. 20 which matches the shoulderboards.  This tunic has the soldiers name tag sewn in near the neck and reads his name and 2./ Kradshutzen U. U. 20 which also matches the markings and shoulderboards.  Next are matching Green wool trousers, straight leg style with Dark Yellow piping down each leg.  Trousers are partially lined and come with the original suspenders the set originally came with.  Side adjustment buckles.  A fantastic set to a Motorcycle trooper!  Tunic has some moth holes and tracking here and there but nothing major.  Pants are near mint.


Kreigsmarine Line officers complete dress uniform set.  This is the complete set, it comes with the dress short Blue wool tunic, the inner vest and the dress trousers.  This one is for a Line officer as indicated by the star on the sleeves.  First the dress tunic, short waist cut design, open style and open lapels.  Coat has the Kreigsmarine gold anchor buttons down the front, and the two buttons on the clouser chain across the front.  Has loops for a Parade ribbon bar and one medal.  One the sleeves, are the rank strips for Kapitanleutnant.  Three strips and the single Line star.  Inside its lined in Black polished cotton and has the makers tag in the neck.  In the inner pocket its named to Kapitanleutnant FREIMADL and dated 1934.  Both tags match for the maker.  Coat is in excellent condition with no issues.  Next comes the inner Blue wool vest.  Has gold small anchor buttons down the front.  White stripped cotton liner with a rear outer adjustment belt.  Last are the Trousers.  These are the Dress, straight leg trousers.  Smooth Blue wool, these have the wide Gold tress sewn down each leg.  Talior made trousers have beautiful buttons with the makers name painted on them.  No rear pockets, and trousers are not name but in excellent condition as well as the rest of the set.  Complete sets are very hard to find.  Very nice and to a serving Line officer.


German WWII MINT Unissued Motorcycle riders Summer issue gloves.  For the Kradshutzen troops, these are the summer issue, in a Green tan material, lightweight.  They have the trigger finger to each.  Adjustment straps are Tan cotton strap with stell buckles.  A single strap on each to hang them up.  These are unissued and really nice!


German WWII Kreigsmarine enlisted ranks Jumper.  White summer issue, excellent shape, clean White cotton material with the Blue rear neck flap and Blue cuffs.  On the front is the Summer issue White with Blue German Breast eagle.  This jumper is labeled to the man with his name, number and posting in Red "LUY N. 3005/36 S then also sewn in chainstiching with the same number.  Very nice!


German WWII Luftwaffe officers matching tunic and trousers.  A fantastic set, very high rank for a Flight officer.  Top quality twill wool four pocket LW tunic, has silver bullion cord piping around the collar.  On the collar are tabs Flight based in Yellow with Silver bullion wire sewing to each for the rank of Major.  Sew-in shoulderboards, also Flight based in Yellow and top cording in Silver for Major.  On the breast, is the Luftwaffe officers eagle in Silver bullion wire.  On the left side are loops for many medals, four medals, a ribbon bar and a combat clasp.  Based on the tunic, and awards, this man was a pilot, either in a Fighter or a Bomber.  On the left sleeve is the cufftitle for AFRIKA.  This is a tunic that is for a smaller person, tall but mostly in the waist as its for a thin person.   It has the Iron Cross ribbon in the button hole.  Fully lined in a darkGray silk/satin material, has an inner pocket and the dagger hanger strap and "D" ring.  Not named.  Silver pebbled buttons on the tunic.  Next are matching twill wool trousers, same material as the the tunic.  These are a bit unique, there straight leg cut, but taper at the bottoms with the straps, normally seen with Fighter Pilots.  Side slash pockets, rear has the adjustment belt and buckle set.  A very high quality set, and a well decorated officer!


German Army NCO's Parade tunic.  Early parade or dress tunic for an NCO.  Fine twill wool, has DarkGreen collar with the Silver bullion Tress sewn on top edge, with Parade White based collar tabs with Silver bullion centers.  Sew in shoulderboards are Green topped with Silver bullion tress and two single pips to each.  This tunic has the early version of the Flatwire breast eagle on front, its a light gray instead of the later darkgreen backing.  Loops for three medals and a medium ribbon bar.  Inside the collar are the hooks for the collar liner.  Eight button front, silver pebbled buttons.  Cuffs are same as the collar, DarkGreen with Silver tress and White based tabs.  Some "pics" to the wool in various areas, but overall its nice.  Liner is a twill Light green cotton material, it shows stains from sweat as you sometimes see on parade tunics.  Its pulling to the liner at the collar and some fraying.  Its stamped inside DEPRUTT 2./J.R. 55.  Nice decorated NCO's tunic.


German WWII Kriegsmarine Admirals Greatcoat.  This is a rare coat.  Anything related to a KM admiral is rare.  This ones mint, and is made of a dark Blue wool, with the Cornflower Blue lapels that fold back used only by Admirals.  Buttons are Gilt with the Anchor and are a solid back, there marked IM FEUER VERGOLDET.  The shoulderboards are sewn into the sleeves, and are DarkBlue based with the Gold and Silver twist cord on top for Admirals, same cording used by Generals as well.  What makes this coat also rare on the silver cyphers for a Medical Doctor.  This is a Kreigsmarine admiral who is Medical, and there were very few of these.  The shoulderboards are held down with screwpost buttons.  On the back are more KM gold buttons and the single belt.  Liner is a full satin/silk material in a darkGray color, very nice and covers the complete inside.  Inside the left pocket are two of the KM dagger hangers with two gilt clips and two straps.  Kreigsmarine Admirals coats are very rare and very hard to find.  


Fantastic German WWII Kreigsmarine officers greatcoat.  This ones MINT!!!  This is a wartime made greatcoat, as there are small differences between the pre-war Kreigsmarine coats and wartime ones.  Very dark Blue wool, has all its original KM Gilt anchor buttons.  Single rear belt strap with single KM button to the rear, the pre-war coats have the double belt and buttons.  Sewn in shoulderboards are for a very high rank of FREGATTENKAPITAN, dull silver twist cord with a single gilt pip to each, and held on with KM screw-post buttons.  Full liner has a single strap and button for the dagger, pre-war ones has the double hangers and fittings.  This coat is MINT and is a large size about a 46US and tall.  VERY NICE!!!!


German WWII Panzer troops unissued trousers.  These are mint and unissued.  Coarse black wool, later model issue as these have the RBNr. stamp inside the liner.  Front slash pocket flaps, the bottoms of the legs are tappered and have a clouser button and ties.  Front has the watch ring, and has the large triple hook buckle and cloth belt, buckle have light surface rust, but very light.  The liner is an off-White cotton partial liner and has the stamp inside, which has the RBNr.  A few inside snaps and straps.  Two rear pockets, trousers are textbook and mint!

$1,900.00 $1,750.00

German WWII Summer White trousers.  A pair of original White cotton summer use trousers, these could be used by several branches, Army, Luftwaffe, or Kreigsmarine.  White straight leg trousers, have a front double hook clouser which shows veryfaint rust stains but not on the metal itself.  The trousers show light use and minor stains, these would wash out if you choose.  Back have a chromed double claw buckle adjustment strap.  Cotton is smooth and soft.  No markings which is normal on Whites.  Metal dish buttons for the suspenders.  


German WWII Army or HEER Generals piped service tunic.  This tunic is close to mint and in excellent condition.  Smaller size Army (HEER) Generals tunic which is Red piped down the front seam, on the cuffs and around the collar.  Piped service tunics were a step above the normal service tunics, not quite full dress, but a bit more formal.  Piped tunics are much harder to find these days.  This tunic is made from a top quality twill Green/Gray wool and is tailor made.  It has a deep pointed Darkgreen collar, Red piped.   On the collar it has machine sewn Army Generals collar tabs, these are some of the best detailed tabs I have seen!  Red based and gilt wire weave and detailed.  The shoulderboards are the sew-in style for Army General and are of the later war Cellon twist cording which are Red based.   

This tunic has a fantastic top quality Gold bullion breast eagle, which has detailed highlights.  Tunic has loops for a long ribbon bar, and several medals.  Gold pebbled buttons finish it off.  Full liner is a light green satin material and features the dagger slot.  The tunic has a makers label in the neck and the name tag, but it was cut out after the war.   You can clearly see where it was.    This coat is as close to mint as you can get and you wont find a better one!  Piped Army Generals tunics are rare.



Rare Luftwaffe Generals tunic and trousers.   This is a rare set as the tunic is a first model flight tunic pattern, and of course for a General officer.  The tunic and trousers are made from matching twill wool!  The tunic is in very nice shape, some very light fading near the collar, but not real easy to see.  The tunic has gold piping twist cord to the collar which has hand sewn collat tabs, white based with gold bullion gulls and wreaths.  The shoudlerboards are sewn in style, on white wool and are a twist cord in Cellon with a single silver washed large pip to each.  The tunic features many loops for medals, several were added as he was awarded them as the color thread used changed a bit.  This officer had MANY awards including the German Cross and most likely the Spanish Cross Bluegray plastic buttons hidden in the seam as are normal for flight coats. The wool is a top quality twill blue/gray.  Liner is a gray silk and is full.  Innder pocket does not have a name label.  The tailors tag in the neck is well worn and torn, cannot read it anymore.  There is a Chromed "D" ring inside the lower slash pocket opening for the dagger hanger.  Tunic shows light use, I see a tiny hole on the sleeve, more like a snag.  Truely fantastic Luftwaffe Generals breast eagle hand sewn to the front, deep gold bullion weave and tight

The trousers are made from matching wool as is the tunic.  These are the flared breeches and are in the same condition and wear as the tunic, light.  Some light stains to the waist liner material.  Double white stripes down each leg and were made when the trousers were made, not a promotion made item.  Buttons on the leg are the same blue/gray plastic as the tunic, but smaller size.  The trousers have the watch fob ring on the front.  The liner rear pocket clearly shows where the name tag was, then removed at some time in its life, therefore no longer named.  Metal side buckle in blued steel

This is a killer set!  and I have NOT seen a true original Flight blouse Generals tunic in many years.  Let alone a MATCHING set!   





$10,000.00 $9,500.00

Luftwaffe GeneralMajor's tunic.  This ones great!  Generals rank tunic, this is a wartime tunic and features all Cellon insignia.  Private Tailor made tunic from H. Miltenberger, its made of a fine twill blue gray wool.  Open neck style has Cellon yellow piping to the collar.  The tabs are white based and also cellon yellow piped.  The details to the wreaths and gulls are close to 3-D looking.  Sew in shoulderboard is white based and Cellon gold/Yellow and silver weave.  The breast eagle is stunning!  also made of Cellon yellow, and its really 3-D in depth

Liner is a fine darkblue twill silk and features a dagger hanger with a Gold D-Ring and the slot under the pocket.  The tunic is named with the lable inside the inner pocket.  The tag is H. Miltenberger and is named to a Gen. Maj. W. Heling.    Gold pebbled buttons are solid backed.  Tunic shows light wear and is made for a smaller person.  Luftwaffe General's tunic are rare but Cellon one's even more so.

Walter Heling  was born the 2nd January1887 and was reported missing in action at Kharkov on the 12th of May 1942 and declared dead the same day. He was the commander of Luft Bau Brigade VI, the airfield construction and repair unit, and was promoted to Generalleutnant on May the1st1942 , this was awarded posthumously and backdated to before his death, and previously to Generalmajor on July the 1st 1941.

$7,500.00 $6,900.00

Luftwaffe Generals Trousers.  These are extremely rare trousers for a Luftwaffe General.  Standard Generals trousers, but these are for "Field Use" as the Normal Generals trousers had the double wide White stripes, it was felt these would stand out too much in the field, so they did away with the double stripes and left the single thin center white strip.  Pictures show that many Generals still wore the Double Striped ones as well, but in Combat zone photos you see these trousers worn.  They are in excellent condition and are straight leg style cut.  An order dated November 2 1943 Permitted the wear of the trousers without the wide strips, but kept the center thin white strip.  These are not named.  Very Rare!

$1,100.00 $1,000.00

This is a one-of-a-kind grouping.  This massive set belonged to Wessl Baron Freytag von Loringhoven and his brother Klaus.  The set is very large and all items came directly from the family.   This set was stuffed into to large suitcases after the war!  Baron Klaus Freytag von Loringhoven and his brother wore these uniforms, several tunics, a greatcoat and trousers, plus the visor caps.  But let me give a brief backround of the brothers. 

One of the brothers who is also famous, Bernd Loringhoven has be featured on many Post-war shows about WWII and the Plot, and rose to the rank of General in the West german Army.  His cousin, Wessel Freytag von Loringhoven, provided the detonator charge and explosives for the 20 July assassination attempt against Adolf Hitler.  Wessel Freiherr Freytag von Loringhoven (10 November 1899, Groß-Born, Courland Governorate – 26 July 1944, Mauerwald, East Prussia), was a colonel in the High Command of the German Armed Forces (Oberkommando der Wehrmacht, or OKW) and a member of the German Resistance against German dictator Adolf Hitler (Widerstand). Loringhoven was a friend of Claus Graf Schenk von Stauffenberg, who was the leader of the 20 July Plot to assassinate Hitler in 1944. Loringhoven provided the detonator charge and explosives for the assassination attempt against Hitler on 20 July 1944. He was able to obtain unrecognized English explosives from German intelligence (Abwehr) sources. However, Ernst Kaltenbrunner, the Chief of the Reich Security Main Office (Reichssicherheitshauptamt, or RSHA), discovered the actions of Loringhoven. On 26 July 1944, immediately before he was to be arrested by the Gestapo and fully aware of the interrogation techniques utilized by them, Loringhoven committed suicide at Mauerwald in East Prussia. The rank listing published in 1939 for Wessel shows 1st Army Corp, 1st Cav. Brigade, Aufklaerungs Abteilung 1, 3rd, Krad. Co.  They knew each other well but Bernd was not involved directly in the plot; after it failed Bernd managed to escape arrest, due to the support of Guderian.  The Waffen rock and Cav piped visor cap belonged to Wessel.  One of the brothers, Klaus is the Artillery piped items.  Klaus had some duties with or near Hitler as several of the photos show him in photos with Hitler, same with his brother Wessel.  Klaus was an OberLeut. in 1941-42 and wore the two Artillery tunics and crusher.  There's a ton of research that can be done on this set, and I know there's much more I do not know about them. 

The set is big, and has many paper items as well.  The tunics, and there are three, were worn by Wessel and Klaus, the Artillery piped, two early tunics, Captains rank, and a greatcoat, ALL are named!  and we worn by Klaus.  There's also a fantastic crusher visor with the direct woven wreath and early eagle, the wreath is ultra-rare as its woven into the capband!  There's also a pair of officers Stone-gray trousers also named.  The other tunic is a Parade tunic to Wessel, and is Cavalry piped, with ADJ cords, the tunic is mint and has the number 1 and Recon emblem on it.  The cufftitle is lightly hand tacked onto the tunic and is an Ultrarare FHQ cufftitle in Bullion, and I have two of these!  One loose.  These cufftitles are rare and expensive buy themselves.   There's his Parade brocade belt and buckle in the original box, one small end of the box is loose but inclued.   Several pairs of boots are included as well, BUT the set thats mint with the wooden trees does not belong to this group, as well as the paper covered scabbard, I am sorry, they were put into the photo by accident.  There is a well worn Cavalry piped crusher visor as well that was Wessels, This is an ErEL makred cap.  Both crushers are well worn.  But the last visor is a MINT and I cannot say this enough, a MINT Artillery piped visor!  I have never seen one this nice and its unissued!

There's an Unnisued scabbard, that's not part of sorry set, sorry.  Some sword and dagger inner belts and a sword brown felt cover bag.  Next are two mapcases, with maps in them, I have not removed them to see what they are, but assumning Russia.  There are many photos, and the pics I have here will show them in detail.  Many are personal of his wife and family, baby etc. but the majority are of Service in the Army, and many originals with Hitler, Goering and others.  One shows him getting an award? with Hitler and another shows him shaking hands with hitler.  There are many.  Some seem to focus around Hitlers Train with Keitel, Goering, and many others.  Some are portraits as well.  Next are several papers, a few are Hitler Youth papers, membership cards and ID booklets.  Klaus was the younger brother and was in the HJ, then the Artillery.  Many personal letters written to and from klaus in Russia in 1941.  Last are several books, many popular titles, including Rommels books all are named to him inside the cover of each book.   Hitlers Mein Kampf and Rosenberg's book as well.  There are some othe papers as well, some letters, and city information books? 

This is a fantastic set, and there is not another like it!   This family is well documented on the internet and much can be learned with these brothers.  The uniforms all show wear and use but normal, only the crushers show more wear.  All uniforms are named.  This set is history. 


Below are the only remaining items left for sale from the group, all of the other items are now gone.  


1:  FHQ Officers early version wire cufftitle.   VERY RARE  PRICE:  $3700  

2:  Calvary crusher listed in the caps section.  

3:  All of the photos, documents, books and paper items are listed in the SPECIALITY EXOTIC section for sale.


Keep in mind, these are rare items, and named to this officer and his history, and his direct involvement with Stauffenburg and family history in the July 20th plot, its not just "named" items.





I will start with a brief history for GeneralOberst Alfred Jodl.  Born 10 May 1890 – Died 16 October 1946, Primarily a staff officer during and after World War I, Jodl served as head of the department of national defense in the war ministry from 1935. A competent staff officer and Hitlers faithful servant to the end, he was named chief of operations of the Oberkommando der Wehrmacht (OKW; Armed Forces High Command) on August 23, 1939, just before the invasion of Poland. With Wilhelm Keitel , OKW chief of staff, he became a key figure in Hitler’s central military command and was involved in implementing all of Germany’s campaigns except the beginning of the Russia invasion in the second half of 1941. On May 7, 1945, he signed the capitulation of the German armed forces to the western Allies at Reims, France. As chief of operations staff, he had signed many orders for the shooting of hostages and for other acts contrary to international law. He was executed after trial and conviction for war crimes by the International Military Tribunal at Nurmberg.

This tunic was worn by GeneralOberst Alfred Jodl.  It originally came from his second wife, Luise Jodl in 1990 and was sold at Auction (see photo of papers).  This was one of two tunics worn by Jodl and sold at this auction.  This tunic is believed to have been worn after 1944 per the date in the tag until the wars end.  After the surrender, Jodl wore it for sometime in captivity, as it has loops under the collar for the Knights cross to the Iron cross.   Jodl was Awarded the Knight's Cross at wars end in 1945 and there are photos of him in captivity wearing the Medal.  This tunic is most likely one of a few he wore after the May 1945 surrender.  The tunic itself is excellent and shows no damage and with very light wear.  It has the Normal Generals Gold wire bullion collar tabs, machine sewn on with gold and silver twist cord GeneralOberst shoulderboards also sewn in.  Three silver wash pips to each.    The breast eagle is a fine gilt wire eagle, high relief weave and hand sewn on.  Gold pebbled buttons all matching to the tunic "Extra Fein" stamped to them. 

The tunic features a set of loops for a long ribbon bar.  There is a pair of holes right above the pocket flap for the Golden Party badge, no loops.  The badge in the photos are for viewing only and do not go with the tunic.  Next are several loops for his medals all in a straight line as you see in many wartime photos of him wearing his various uniforms.   The wool is a fine quality light weight wool twill with a green liner.  The tunic has a high stand up collar with three inner pins for the collar liner.  It is Red piped.    The coat has a slot for the dagger hanger to go through but has no inner hanger.  This is typically seen in officers uniforms more towards the end of the war as some officers wore inner dagger belts.  Inside the pocket is a fantastic name tag.   Named to a berlin tailor and has the Jodl's name written in ink and is dated 1944.     A very unique feature to the name tag is the number "3" in red, this is a tailor added stamp and is often seen in very high ranking officials tunic's made at the time. 

The last item to be included with the tunic are several papers.   All three are photo copies of the originals.   When the group was sent to auction the originals went with the other tunic.  This tunic and some other items received copies of the paperwork.  The papers discuss the items being given to the Auction house to be sold.  One paper is a letter to Frau Kesselring talking about their husbands.  The last is a personal letter dated 1992 written by Luise Jodl, I have not translated it.

This tunic is a one of a kind.  But as with several of his uniforms, there many be one or more in private collections around the World.  Each tunic is different as far as I know.  This tunic comes from the private collection that currently has GFM Keitel's parade tunic in it which can be viewed in our Web Site Museum.

  Serious inquirys only please.                

$22,000.00 $20,000.00

This is the harder to find Summer white Navy or Kreigsmarine officers tunic. This one has the early style standup collar. Really nice shape, no damage, shows light use, White cotton material, four pocket tunic, has removeable Gilt wash KM buttons held on with rings. Buttons are KM stamped on back.
Tunic has the Gilt metal eagle to front, the lower pin is missing, but wont affect it. Tunic has Shoulderboards for a Fahnrich zur See, for a Line officers rank. Tunic has been cleaned, thats why its so white! really nice!

$650.00 $625.00

German WWII Kreigsmarine tropical summer wear officers tunic. Custom made, this ones a greenish tint. Excellent shape shows no damage. Two upper pockets with two lower slant flaps. Has all matching green painted Coastal Artilley KM buttons, all held on wth "S" rings.
Comes with a gold plated Metal breast eagle, pin on style, tunic has three loops sewn on for the eagle. On the other side are loops for one medal, The Medal on the tunic is not included, but is also for sale seperately, please inquire. Has slip on Coastal Artillery officers shoulderboards, MINT darkgreen based, Leutinant. Rank. Inside, the tunic has a tailor tag in the neck. A really nice and rare item for the Coastal Artillery!


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