German SS or NSKK Black wool trousers. These are excellent and show no use. These are more towards SS, the partial lining material matches several SS trousers I have. Black wool, these are flared at the calfs, and at the bottom they button up. Has the small watch pokcet on front and the side adjustment buckles as well. The wool is a finer twill and is more likely Officers or NCO use. No markings or tags, these appear tailor made. Very nice and perfect for and SS officers Black tunic. The waist size is smaller at 36-38US. No mothing or damage.
German WWII FirePolice tunic. This ones really rare! This is a wartime FirePolice NCO's tunic and is in unissued condition. Wool tunic is of the Police Blue/Green wool, and is in a cut of the Model 43 tunic. It has machine sewn collar tabs, mouse gray BeVo tabs with the Carmine insets for FirePolice. On the shoulders are slipon boards, also Carmine based with Brown and Silver bullion cord for NCO ranks, this color Brown was for 43-ON tunics as 42-Back were black and silver cords. Tunic has the later issue sleeve eagle, on a gray/green felt and the Carmine eagle. Tunic appears to be never worn. Partial rayon liner in a pale Green, has the straps the the equipment belt loops and the liner is well marked. Dated 1943 with the size stamps. No mothing, no damage, its close to unissued! Has with matching rayon material, the neck protector. This ones nice and hard to find!
German WWII Or Pre-War Black SS Trousers. Nice pair of Black wool riding breeches, These are in great shape and show little use or wear. Typical flared trousers, they have both calfs with tie strings. All buttons match and none appear replaced. Side pocket front flaps and a watch pocket. On the sides are adjustment straps with Blue steel buckles. Inside is a partial liner, in an off-White maybe a very light Gray material. There is the RZM tag sewn in but its washed out. Its almost impossible to read, but in the lower right corner you can see some printing lines and the number. The only issue I can see is at the crouch, bottom is one or too tiny holes, but small and hard to see, no other damage or mothing. This style of trousers were worn by the SS and also the NSKK, but the RZM tag style leads me towards SS use.