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eMedals-Germany, Wehrmacht. A Pair of Wehrmacht Winter Sentry Boots by Anton Bartowski, c. 1943

Item: M0271-112

Germany, Wehrmacht. A Pair of Wehrmacht Winter Sentry Boots by Anton Bartowski, c. 1943

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Germany, Wehrmacht. A Pair of Wehrmacht Winter Sentry Boots by Anton Bartowski, c. 1943

(Wehrmacht Winterstiefel). A pair of extremely well-preserved Wehrmacht winter sentry boots, constructed of a thick wooden sole secured to heavy pieces of leather with hobnails, in turned lined by wool. Each boot is closed with dual leather straps with adjustable magnetic metal buckles. Stitched into the interior of each boot is a manufacturer’s label reading “Anton Bartowski, Schuhfabrik, Berlin, S016, 1943”. Both the label and exterior sole bear a size number of “27”. The boots measure 320 mm from toe to heel, 322 mm from the top of the shaft to the sole, and 130 mm in width. With the exception of minor, age-appropriate fatigue, they are in extremely fine condition.
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