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This is a nice example of a French army medical officers tunic, which has the gold gilt buttons of the medical corps and three sleeve rank bars for Captain.
This is a French Infantry army officers tunic, which retains its private purchase tailors label. The tunic has non-standard ball buttons. Unfortunately one of the buttons is missing. The tunic has some minor mother damage to the lower right side. It has no rank bars to the sleeves.
This is a French army officers tunic, which has the collar insignia of the 81st Infantry Regiment. The tunic has the rank bars of a 2nd Lieutenant. This example is in extremely good condition.
This is a 1929 dated French horizon blue tunic which was still being worn by reservists and non-combat units in September 1939. The the Khaki uniform did not become standard issue until 1935, with the new uniform becoming universally issued in early 1940. This example is a large tunic and has the insignia of the 43rd Field Artillery Regiment. The left sleeve has 6 service strips indicated the original owner had served 3 years. The tunic has suffered with some minor mothing, mainly to the lower left side. The inside of the tunic is also stamped with the "TRAONEUEZ", which was a French film studio.
This is a size 13, 1940 pattern Battle Dress blouse, which retains its contract label where the details are quite faint, but you can make out the date 1943. The War Departed stamp with the year acceptance code is clearly visible with the letter "N" for 1943. The main body of the blouse is in good condition with one minor moth nip to the front. However both sleeves has suffered with some moth damage below the elbow. There is some spare BD material included the sell to allow repairs to be carried out to the damaged areas.
A good example of a 1970 dated ERDL ( Engineer Research Development Labortary ) camouflage trousers. The ERDL uniform was first issued to pathfinder and reconnaissance combat units in 1968. However by 1969 it was selected to be issued to frontline infantry companies. The trousers are size marked 27" to 31" waist.
This is a nice example of the cold weather field, which is very similar to the M1941 field jacket, but longer with tightening tabs at the wrists and waist. The jacket is also made from a heavier cotton twill, which offers wind and water protection. It is also lined with a blanket-like material. The cold weather jacket was replaced in 1944 by the M1943 field jacket. This example is size marked 36R ( Regular ).
This is a 1960's British made firm prop German army M36 tunic, which has had the collar tabs and breast eagle removed. However the tunic retains the epaulettes which have the branch of service colour white for infantry. The tunic was manufactured by Berman & Nathans who produced costumes for the British film industry during from 1940's to the 1970's. The tunic is approximately a size 40" chest.
This is a 1960's British made film prop Luftwaffe tunic which may have been used in films such as the Great Escape, Battle of Britain and various other 1960's and 1970's war films. The tunic has had all of its insignia and buttons removed. However if original insignia and buttons are applied it would enhance the appearance of the tunic. This example retains the London firms label who produced the tunic "M.Berman LTD" who manufactured costumes for the British film industry during the 1950's and 1960's. The label is also marked with the size of the tunic 40" Chest. The collar branch of service piping is dark green, which was used for the following Luftwaffe departments, Photographic Service, Motor transport, weapons and munitions, Aircraft technicians, Cartographic and Lithographic service, Signals and communications, medical and Air Traffic control, Security and Meteorology .
This is a 1960's British made film prop Luftwaffe tunic, which may have been used in films such as The Great Escape, Battle of Britain and various other 1960's and 1970's war films. The tunic was produced the London firm "M.Berman LTD" who manufactured costumes for the British film industry in the 1950's and 1960's. All the insignia and buttons have been removed, however if original insignia and buttons are applied it would enhance the appearance of the tunic. It has the branch of service collar piping "Yellow" for aircrew and paratroopers and is approximately a size 38" chest.
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