Original German WWII Army Heer Major General Tunic Dienstbluse
Original Item: Only One Available. A private purchased Wehrmacht Heer Generalmajor Dienstbluse. It is constructed from a fine quality field-gray wool woven exterior, with a silk-rayon blended interior lining. The collar is constructed of dark forest green wool that is lined in red piping. The collar is adorned by a set of Generalleutnant collar tabs, constructed of gold aluminum bullion wire embroidery in a “scrambled egg” shape.
Each shoulder is decorated with the sew-on style Generalleutnant (Major General) rank shoulder boards. They are both constructed out of a row of interwoven silver and gold bullion strands in the typical Russian braid style in an interlocking weave pattern ending at a pebbled gild metal button.
On the right breast is a fine quality gold bullion eagle, constructed of rolled, twisted, and flat hand embroidered gilt stitching, placed onto a dark green wool backing.
The front of the tunic bears four stylized scalloped pockets, two per breast, each closed by a pebbled gilt metal button. Above the top left pocket are six stitched loops to accommodate a medal ribbon bar with two more stitches on the left pocket to accommodate a decoration with a vertical pinback and four to the right side pocket. The breasts of the jacket are closed by eight gilt pebbled metal buttons. Complete with red piped French style cuffs.
The interior features a silky smooth texture by the rayon-blended material, is met at the arms by a white and grey pinstripe liner constructed of similar material. There is one interior pocket. There is no nothing or noticeable wear. It is wonderfully preserved and is in an overall fine condition.
Collar to shoulder: 9.5"
Shoulder to sleeve: 25"
Shoulder to shoulder: 16"
Chest width: 18"
Waist width: 19.5"
Front length: 28"
Hip width: 22.5"
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