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Ref #: D-U-1
1932 Pattern tunic for an Untersturmfuhrer (2nd Lt.) of Standarte 106, Augsburg. This man, or his immediate superior, would have been in charge of the 3rd Sturm, as denoted by the cufftitle. Although the surface of the tunic is quite worn, it is in good solid condition with only a couple of minor moth holes and worn spots. All insignia is original to the period, and original to this tunic, and there are loops for three badges on the left pocket. There are remains of a paper RZM label underneath the shoulder strap, otherwise it is unmarked. Lining is of the typical black artificial silk, with accommodations to suspend a sword or dagger.
Condition: 7-8
$ 11,500

Ref #: R-U-2
This very rare modified/prototype Luftwaffe tropical tunic has been named the "Ramcke" jacket by collectors. It has been associated with paratroopers and/or machine gunners, but very few examples or photos of it in wear have survived. The tunic is characterized by the lack of traditional breast pockets and the addition of two vertical flaps, each secured by nine black "Prym" snaps. The idea has been advanced in the past that these are two bandoleers which are sewn to the regular LW tropical tunic (made without top pockets) and that they were meant to carry belts of ammunition for the MG34. This was because the FJ troops on Crete were short of MG ammunition when they hit the DZ and this would be a means for everyone to carry extra belts into battle that could not become separated from the troops in a lost equipment container.

Inside the tops of each "pocket" or bandoleer are two loops that run horizontally, one over the other and the one in the back is slightly shorter than the one in the front which can be seen on the left side in the photo. These are simply cloth tubes and do not open up. On the right side is a narrow vertical loop that is secured with a snap.

Tunics originating from several different makers, including Holz and Binkowski and Hermann Frank, have survived- like this one, in unworn condition. They appear to have been factory or tailor modified in Germany, subsequently seeing very limited distribution. There is a very faint makers mark in this tunic (see pictures). The breast eagle has been carefully hand sewn in place, and also included are a pair of yellow-piped tropical Luftwaffe NCO's shoulder straps. Overall condition is near mint with one small hole to the lower left sleeve.
Condition: 8
$ 17,000

Ref #: D-U-3
Fine privately tailored example by Hegeler of a superior quality Waffenrock as worn by an Infantry Unteroffizier.
It is produced of a fine, field grey wool trikot having a dark green wool faced cuffs and collar.
The tunic has eight pebbled aluminum buttons down the front (solid back Officer type).
It is piped throughout and has aluminum NCO tress around the collar & cuffs.
The enlisted pattern collar tabs are hand embroidered in silver wire and the cuff tabs are of silver tress, both are on white wool and machine applied.
The matching shoulder boards are of the sew-in type having white wool piping and double rank pips for Hauptfeldwebel’s with buttons number "15".
Hand applied machine woven breast eagle.
The top button hole on the left lapel has a EK2 and Russian Front Medal ribbon inserted and handstitched in place.
The left breast has two horizontal thread loops for wear of an award and three vertical loops for a ribbon bar.
The interior of the tunic is fully lined in a grey rayon with off-white striped sleeves. The lining has a horizontal slash pocket to the left breast, and a vertical slash, "glove", pockets to the reverse of the left and right tail skirt vent. The lining also has an integral, horizontal, grey rayon, waist belt with corresponding nickel/silver plated, sheet metal closure buckle. All three of the collar liner retaining clips are intact. The buttons are all the bright, silver washed, pebbled, sheet metal type all well marked.
The tunic is roughly a size 34" chest.
Mint condition perfect for display.

NOTICE: Hat, belt and awards not included.
Condition: 10
$ 950

Ref #: R-U-4
This 1st pattern two-sided reversible tarnjacke ( camouflage smock) features the rare Palm design that was first introduced in 1940 and utilized until 1942 when the Plain Tree and later Dot patterns were introduced. Camouflage smocks were discontinued in 1944 with the introduction of the HBT M44 general purpose camouflage uniform.
Surviving examples of these early Palm smocks are rare. This smock displays very little wear but two period modifications. The elastic around the neckline has been removed as well as the elasticized waistband and cuffs of the two sleeves have been removed down from where the elastic originally was.
The front opens below the neckline and extends to mid-chest. This opening is secured by ten eyelets through which a drawstring passes. There are two vertical reinforced flap pockets on the front/sides. The smock shows very little wear, damage, or fading, other than the aforementioned modifications.
Condition: 8
$ 12,050
Ref #: D-U-5
Tunic of an UNTERSTURMFUHRER of standarte 37, Linz, Austria
First Sturm (denoted by cufftitle)
Has old fighters chevron, and was worn in the 1935-1940 era

The appraisal of the tunic was carried out by one of the most renowned experts in the field, in North America. Those who are considering purchasing this item will be able to access the name and the contact information of the expert via e-mail.
- Tunic is original
- All insignia is original
- Award loops correct
- Stitching of the insignia
Hand done to be of the correct style for that time period

There is one area on the piping of the "37" tab that lights up under UV exposure
Most probably do to a cleaning solution contamination
However, the tab looks correct and the embroidery style is correct
Very nice rare overall example

Kepi, Sword, Iron cross 1st class, Belt w/cross strap Tie-NOT INCLUDED

Condition: 8
Ref #: D-U-6
The tunic is a privately-purchased, tailor made garment by the firm of C. Louis Weber, Hannover. It belonged to a Reserve Scharfuhrer of the 12th SS Standarte's Stammabteilung (Reserve), also of Hannover, and is badged appropriately to include the very rare "Mitte" Oberabschnitte cufftitle.
The armband is likely replaced as there are a few attachment threads from a previously mounted armband present;
all other insignia is believed to be original to the garment. The buttons are the earlier textured nickel-silver variety, and there is a typical Old Fighters' chevron on the right sleeve. Overall light wear with no substantial damage. The tunic dates to the post-April 1936 period when the Oberabschnitten were re-organized to include "Mitte".

Condition: 8

Ref #: D-U-7
General of the Infantry Edmund Glaise v. Horstenau Jacket
VERY RARE and absolutely beautiful

General of the Infantry Edmund Glaise v. Horstenau born February 27 1882.
Austrian officer ; during World War I he was among other things, liaison officer between the Austro-Hungarian and Germany army commands; 1925 director of the Austrian war Archives; 1936 to 1938 minister without portfolio in the Schuschnigg cabinet; March 1938 to March 1940 Vice Chancellor or Minister of the Interior under Seyss-Inquart; and subsequently in the Armed Forces High Command (inspector of the war graves). From April 12 1941 to September 7 1944 perhaps by chance, at the time of the Italian crisis. Glaise committed suicide in the Langwasser camp on July 20 1946.

(We attached his picture above)

General of the Infantry Edmund Glaise v. Horstenau Jacket has field gray/green color, 8 gilt pebbled finished buttons on front. Bullion General collar tabs, excellent gold bullion breast eagle, shoulder boards, lops to chest for orders and badges.Parade double General Aiguillette complete with ferrule & button loops.Polished gray/green cotton lining , faded name on the tailor label inside pocket dated 1938 ; # 328 E.G.v. Horstenau also tailor name C.F Heyne, Weimar.

Hat, belt and decorations are NOT INCLUDED

Condition: 9

Ref #: D-U-8
This is a nice honest private purchase Artillery Hauptmann's (Captain's) m-36 tunic from Artillery Battalion 273.
It is somewhat faded and has been well used but also well loved, and shows some small period repairs, most noticeably on the elbow of the right sleeve.
Other scattered small holes as seen in the pictures.
The tunic has all of its original insignia to include straps, tabs, and eagle, as well as a period attached Russian Front ribbon in the button hole;
there are also loops sewn onto and above the left breast pocket for a ribbon bar and three pin-back awards.
A tailor's label identifying the manufacturer as W. Muller of Vienna is sewn into the right breast.
Overall, a great salty combat officer's tunic!

Hat, belt badges and Knight Cross NOT included.

Condition: 7
$ 1,300
Ref #: D-U-9
Schutzpolizei Wachtmeister Service Tunic
No moth holes
Loops for two decorations

Shako and belt NOT INCLUDED

Condition: 8
$ 950

Ref #: D-U-10
Scarce heavy cotton fatigue jacket in the 'rock' pattern for a junior member of the Lufschutzpolizei.
The Air Protection Police (Luftschutzpolizei-LSP) was an organization activated on 1 June 1942 whose purpose it was to organize and control air defense related activities throughout Germany.
Photos of these uniformed troops are rather hard to find, and usually show an assortment of uniform types being worn.
Condition: 7-8
$ 700

Ref #: R-U-11
Luftwaffe Signals Stabsfeldwebel's four pocket service tunic in private purchase quality for an NCO in the Hermann Goring Division.
This tunic in officer grade material features matching copper brown piped shoulder boards, brown piped white collar tabs, and a tresse bordered HG cufftitle.
The collar is bordered with white twistcord piping. The Luftwaffe aluminum flatwire eagle over the right breast pocket shows excellent detail.
There are loops for a badge on the left breast pocket. The interior features the tailor's label (Georg und Fritz Roder, Furth) and shows light wear overall.
The tunic is lined with rayon. There is sewn a "D" ring through the lower left hip pocket from which a dagger would be suspended.
All insignia matches each other and the tunic, and have clearly been made and applied by the tailor at the time of manufacture.
This lovely tunic also comes with a photo and document that we believe relate to the original owner, Franz Seider.
The named photo does not show this particular tunic in wear- its not an HG tunic and the rank is one lower, but it does appear to be a signals branch uniform.
The document is a report of death post-war in a French hospital.
As mentioned, these pieces were found together and could provide the basis of some rewarding research for someone with the time and connections!
Condition: 8
$ 5,550

Ref #: D-U-12
The AFRIKA cufftitle was instituted on 15 January 1943 per Allgemeine Heeresmitteilungen No. 60, dated 27 January 1943. As a campaign decoration, it was considered an award and all branches of the Wehrmacht who met the requirements were entitled to receive the award. While campaign awards (ärmelbander) and unit and traditions (ärmelstreifen) titles tend to be referred to collectively as cufftitles amongst the collecting community, as a true combat award, "ärmelbänder"(cuffband) is the proper name for the AFRIKA title. To be eligible, a member had to have served in North Africa for at least six months.
However, if the individual was wounded in action, the six-month time requirement need not apply.

Nice quality, private purchase Infantry Lieutenant's M36 tunic.
Comes with a adjutant's aguillete and "Afrika" cufftitle.
EK2 ribbon attached by a safety pin to the second button hole.
High quality rayon liner with dagger support strap still present.
Private tailor labels C.Fritz Stuttgard
Chest size is roughly a 38".
Nice quality clean tunic.

Hat,belt and all decorations not included.
Condition: 8
Ref #: D-U-13
Full Uniform of Concentration Camp Male
ULTRA RARE and hard to find even in museums
Set includes jacket, pants and hat
On the left side sowed patch with prisoner number 5328
On the red triangle show some ink stamped "P"
Red inverted triangle-a political prisoner
The color red was chosen because it represented the communists, the political enemies that the Nazis hated most, and the first to be officially outlawed
Many red triangle wearers were interned at Dachau Concentration camp

Stamped "P" means Poles (Polish , Polacy)
Condition: 6-7
Ref #: D-U-14
Ultra Rare Officer's Greatcoat for an Artillery Officer
in the 3. SS Panzer Totenkopf Division
The greatcoat is a nice officer's example
with scarce flatware bevo eagle,
red piped shoulder straps for artillery or assault gun,
and very desirable hand embroidered vertical Totenkopf tab
Original and untouched
Coat well marked
Condition: 8
$ 8,500