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eMedals-Germany, Heer. A Heersverwaltung (Army Administration) Paymaster Officer’s Tunic

Item: M0271-101

Germany, Heer. A Heersverwaltung (Army Administration) Paymaster Officer’s Tunic

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Germany, Heer. A Heersverwaltung (Army Administration) Paymaster Officer’s Tunic

(Heeresverwaltung Zahlmeister Waffenrock). This is an extremely well-preserved Heeresverwaltung (Army Administration) Paymaster officer’s dress tunic, constructed of smooth field-grey wool. The collar, constructed of forest green wool, is trimmed from end-to-end with dark green piping. The collar is also flanked by tabs, constructed of a dark green wool base, trimmed with white piping, bearing dual, machine-embroidered, silver aluminum wire insignia, each measuring 45 mm (w) x 80 mm (l). The shoulders are adorned with boards, constructed of a cardboard-reinforced dark green wool base, with a layer of white piping, bearing four bands of rolled silver aluminum wire piping with a single band of green threading. Pinned into each board is a gilded aluminum rank pip and stylized “HV” insignia of the Heeresverwaltung. The boards, each measuring 36 mm (w) x 110 mm in length, are secured to the tunic at the outer edge by stitching and at the inner edge by a pebbled, silvered, magnetic metal button. The cuffs of each sleeve are constructed of forest green wool and are rolled up to a depth of 90 mm, each bearing dual insignia presenting as a white-piped green wool patch with a machine-embroidered silver aluminum wire insignia, held in place by a pebbled, silvered, magnetic metal button. The right breast flap bears a Wehrmacht-style German national eagle clutching a wreathed mobile swastika, constructed of machine-embroidered silver aluminum wire and measuring 115 mm (w) x 45 mm (h). The left breast flap has two horizontally-arranged thread loops accommodating a medal ribbon bar, 45 mm in length, with three decorations, including a 1914 Iron Cross, an Honour Cross of the World War 1914/1918, and a Sudetenland Medal. The tunic is closed with eight pebbled, silvered, magnetic metal buttons on the right breast flap meeting an equal number of reinforced buttonholes on the left flap. All buttons are maker marked on the reverse with “Berg & Nolte, Lüdenscheid”. Looped around the right shoulder board and top breast button is a finely-detailed officer’s shoulder cord, constructed of multiple rows of twisted and rolled silver aluminum wire, completing at each end with a silvered zink adornment. The exterior features finish on the reverse with six pebbled, silvered, magnetic metal buttons surrounding a stylized, green-piped reverse slit. The interior is fully lined with a green rayon liner with a high sheen, transitioning into a pinstripe design through the arms. The interior bears a single pocket at the upper left breast, along with a belt apparatus, of identical construction, fitting together with magnetic metal clips. The interior of the collar bears three magnetic metal studs, while the right bears two hook meeting an equal number of loop on the opposite end, allowing for a flush fit with the wearer’s neck. The tunic is unmarked and measures approximately 435 mm across the shoulders, with an arm length of 595 mm and an overall body length of 708 mm. With the exception of very minor wear to some of the wool in the collar area, the tunic presents free of evident faults and is in an extremely fine condition.
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