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  • Germany, Heer. An Army Panzer Major’s Uniform
  • Germany, Heer. An Army Panzer Major’s Uniform
  • Germany, Heer. An Army Panzer Major’s Uniform
  • Germany, Heer. An Army Panzer Major’s Uniform
  • Germany, Heer. An Army Panzer Major’s Uniform
  • Germany, Heer. An Army Panzer Major’s Uniform
  • Germany, Heer. An Army Panzer Major’s Uniform
  • Germany, Heer. An Army Panzer Major’s Uniform
  • Germany, Heer. An Army Panzer Major’s Uniform
  • Germany, Heer. An Army Panzer Major’s Uniform
  • Germany, Heer. An Army Panzer Major’s Uniform
  • Germany, Heer. An Army Panzer Major’s Uniform
  • Germany, Heer. An Army Panzer Major’s Uniform
  • Germany, Heer. An Army Panzer Major’s Uniform

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Germany, Heer. An Army Panzer Major’s Uniform

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Germany, Heer. An Army Panzer Major’s Uniform

(Heer Panzer Uniform). This is a very well-preserved Heer (Army) Panzer Major’s uniform, constructed of smooth field-grey wool. The tunic features a collar, constructed of forest green wool, flanked by tabs constructed of identical wool bases bearing dual machine-embroidered silver bullion wire insignia, each with a central braided rose-pink threaded band, measuring 45 mm (w) x 70 mm (l). Each shoulder bears a board constructed of rose-pink wool with a cardboard reinforcement, upon which sit four rows of inter-woven twisted and rolled silver aluminum bullion wire, attached to the tunic by stitching at one end and by a pebbled magnetic metal button at the other. Each shoulder board measures 39 mm (w) x 96 mm (l). The top right breast has a machine-woven Wehrmacht-style German national eagle clutching a wreathed mobile swastika on a green wool backer, measuring 95 mm (w) x 40 mm (h). The tunic has four breast pockets, each opening with a stylized horizontal flap with a reinforced buttonhole meeting a pebbled magnetic metal button. The top left breast pocket has two thread loops, arranged vertically, accommodating a SA Sports Badge, constructed of magnetic metal, with vertical pinback, maker marked “W. Redo, Saarlautern” on the reverse, measuring 46.5 mm (w) x 59 mm (h). Above the pocket sit four rows of threading, arranged horizontally, accommodating a medal ribbon bar with an extensive array of First and Second War medals. These including a 1914 Iron Cross Second Class, a Saxe-Meiningen War Merit Cross, an Honour Cross of the World War 1914-1918 with Swords, an 18-Year Police Long Service Medal, a Luftschutz Decoration, an Olympia Medal, and a Hungarian War Service Decoration. The ribbons are arranged on a 105 mm-long magnetic metal bar with a horizontal pinback. The tunic is closed with five pebbled magnetic metal buttons on the right breast flap meeting an equal number of reinforced buttonholes on the left. The cuffs of each sleeve are rolled up to a depth of 103 mm and held in place by double pieces of machine stitching. The interior presents plain with a grey rayon complete liner which transition into a pinstripe pattern through the arms. Stitched into the upper left armpit is a rayon loop, while the interior of the collar bears two magnetic metal hooks on the right meeting an equal number of loops on the left, along with three white bakelite buttons. The tunic is unmarked and measures approximately 505 mm across the shoulders, with an overall length of 762 mm and an arm length of 650 mm. There is sporadic mothing and soiling of the exterior wool, but the tunic is in an otherwise near extremely fine condition.

Accompanied by its original trousers, constructed of grey wool twill. A single band of woven rose-pink “Waffenfarbe” piping extends down the outside of each leg. The waistband has six brown bakelite buttons, while the trousers are opened with a front vertical slit with four identical buttons on the right flap meeting an equal number of reinforced buttonholes on the left. There are two front side pockets, opening with a reinforced diagonal slit. There is an additional small pocket with a reinforced horizontal slit and brown bakelite button at the top of the right leg. The rear of the trousers has a belt extending from the material with a magnetic metal buckle and clasp. There is a single rear pocket, opening with a stylized horizontal flap with a reinforced buttonhole meeting a brown bakelite button. The interior of the trousers has a partial white and black cotton liner with a rear loop for hanging from a hook when not in use. The trousers are unmarked and measure 559 mm across the waist, with an overall length of 1092 mm. There trousers are largely fault-free and are in an extremely fine condition.

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