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eMedals-Germany, NSKK. A National Socialist Motor Corps (NSKK) Haupttruppführer’s Brownshirt

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Germany, NSKK. A National Socialist Motor Corps (NSKK) Haupttruppführer’s Brownshirt

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Germany, NSKK. A National Socialist Motor Corps (NSKK) Haupttruppführer’s Brownshirt

(Nationalsozialistisches Kraftfahrkorps Braunhemd). This is an extremely well-preserved National Socialist Motor Corps (Nationalsozialistisches Kraftfahrkorps) brownshirt, constructed of a light-brown cotton twill. The collar is neatly trimmed from end-to-end with woven black piping, and bears dual tabs, each measuring 40 mm (w) x 60 mm (l). The right tab is constructed of black wool and bears the unit insignia of Motorsturm “17” of Motorstandarte “62”. The right tab, of identical construction and dimensions, bears two silvered bronze rank pips and two bands of white machine embroidery with central black bands, indicating a rank of Haupttruppführer. The right shoulder is adorned with a board, constructed of black wool and trimmed with green piping, topped by four bands of interwoven black and silver threading. Measuring 22 mm (w) x 125 mm (l), the board is secured to the tunic by stitching at the outer edge, and by a pebbled, silvered magnetic metal button bearing a raised number “1” on the interior. Stitched onto the upper left arm is an insignia, constructed of brown rayon, bearing a silver, machine-embroidered, flat wire NSKK-style German national eagle clutching a wreathed mobile swastika, topped by the organization’s acronym, measuring 90 mm (h) x 55 mm (h). Stitched onto the upper right arm is a NSDAP-style armband, constructed of red cotton, with a central, machine-embroidered black mobile swastika on a white disk. The cuff of the same arm bears a first-pattern NSKK driver’s diamond, constructed of a black wool patch measuring 50 mm (w) x 64 mm (h), into which is pinned a magnetic metal wheel bearing a NSKK-style German national eagle clutching a wreathed mobile swastika, measuring 30 mm in diameter.

Each breast of the shirt bears a single pocket, opening with a horizontal slit and stylized flap bearing a reinforced buttonhole, in turn meeting a silvered magnetic metal button. The left pocket has two vertically-arranged black thread loops accommodating a decoration with a vertical pinback. The breast flaps are closed by three magnetic metal buttons and two brown bakelite buttons on the right meeting an equal number of reinforced buttonholes on the left. Set into the shirt at the bottom are five magnetic metal belt hooks. The interior of the shirt is plain and unmarked. It measures approximately 438 mm across the shoulder, with an arm length of 646 and an overall body length of 530 mm. Slight soiling and fatigue is evident, but the shirt is in an otherwise near extremely fine condition.

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