German Uniforms & Accessories

(Belts, Boots, etc.)

Heer Uniforms

188SO13 -Army general tunic for the rank of Generalleutnant. This excellent example features matching shoulder boards with a single pip and General collar tabs. The tunic presents pleated and scalloped pockets. All the general gilt buttons are original to the tunic and match. Above the right breast pocket is a bullion and cello two-tone general's eagle. Attached to the second button hole is the ribbon for the WWI Iron Cross nd Class with 1939 Spange.This was a tunic worn by a general who was well decorated by the number of original loops above the left breast pocket for the ribbon bar, the loops on the left and right breast pocket areas. The loops on the right breast would be for the display of a German Cross or Spanish Cross. The unmarked interior displays light period wear. $5500.  More Photos

German Army  tunic of General-Leutnant, General der Infanterie Kurt Von Tippelskirch tunic

Collectors Connection - German Army tunic of General-Leutnant, General der Infanterie Kurt Von Tippelskirch winner of the Ritterkreutz mit Eichenlaub. Gen. Lt. v. Tippelskirsch was born October 9, 1891 in Berlin-Charlottenburg. He began military service in 1910. He held commands with the 21st, 14th and 30th Infantry Divisions. On July 30, 1944 General-Leutnant Tippelskirsch was awarded the Oak Leaves to his Knights Cross as the 539th recipient. General Tippelskirsch surrendered to U.S. Army near Lubbeck-Schwerin May 2, 1945. This service tunic features matching removable shoulder boards with one board having a replaced general's rank pip and machine sewn generals rank bullion collar tabs. Above the right breast pocket is a gilt bullion general's breast eagle. Above the left breast pocket are loops for a long ribbon bar. On the left breast pocket and below the pocket are three sets of loops for the general's badges and decorations. In the second button is a WWI spange for the Iron Cross 2nd class. All the gilt pebbled aluminum buttons match including those on the pockets. The exterior wool is a fine grade of officer wool. The interior displays period use as evidenced by wear and staining. The tunic was found to have the general's name on a slip of paper inserted into one of the French cuffs. The paper was used to identify the tunic's owner while he was incarcerated in an American POW camp. As an Army commander and winner of the Oak Leaves to his Knights Cross this is a very rare offering. The condition is excellent. $6500. More Photos

Army artillery assault gun wrap for a Hauptfeldwebel

Collectors Connection - Army artillery assault gun wrap for a Hauptfeldwebel. This wrap features matching red piped shoulder boards and machine sewn collar tabs. Over the right breast area is a machine zig-zag sewn subdued gray machine woven breast eagle. There is a single set of loops on the left side. The interior is partially lined with artificial silk. Inside the left interior chest pocket is an RBN number stamp. Suggested offering price $4,000.. More Photos

Army panzerjacke by Holz & Binkowski

Collectors Connection - Army panzerjacke by Holz & Binkowski. This 2nd style panzerjacke presents pink piped (waffenfarbe) sewn-in shoulder straps and matching machine sewn collar tabs. The wrap is cut in the proper army style. The front buttons have been moved indicating size adjustment. The interior is partially lined with tan cotton fabric material. The well-known Holz & Binkowski maker stamp is evident along with the size stamps. $4500. More Photos

Rare Army Gross Deutschland Infantry Oberleutant tunic

Collectors Connection - Rare Army Gross Deutschland Infantry Oberleutant tunic. This tunic features matching shoulder straps with officer's "GD" cyphers on each board. The white piped officer bullion collar tabs are machine sewn. OIver the right breast pocket is an officer's bullion eagle that displays wear. Over the area of the left breast are two sets of loops. On the right sleeve is a rare Gross Deutschland bullion cufftitle done in Sutterlin script. The unmarked interior displays medium period wear. Gross Deutschland was the premier division of the German army serving primarily on the Eastern Front suffering heavy losses. $3000. More Photos

Black panzer rayon/cotton long sleeve shirt

1711U1 - Black panzer rayon/cotton long sleeve shirt. This shirt features two pleated breast pockets secured by a button. The size is Gr. III indicating a large size. There is a five button front opening at the neck. Perfect for display with a panzerjacke. Rare. $900. More Photos

Army Russian Front made tunic made of zeltbahn material

1711U3 - Army Russian Front made tunic made of zeltbahn material. Excellent example of a field made tunic using Russian zeltbahn material. The heavy wool service tunic proved too warm to wear during the hot Eastern Front summer. As a result many Wehrmacht personnel chose to utilize captured Russian material to be tailored into more comfortable tunics. This tunic features insignia for the rank of feldwebel. The matching shoulder straps indicate the rank. The collar tabs are machine sewn and are the standard bevo style. The right breast eagle is flatwire as was worn by nco's and officers alike. The pockets are pleated and scalloped. There are loops on the left breast pocket for the attachment of decorations. All buttons match and are original to the tunic. $1200. More Photos

Army tropical shorts, un-issued, mint

1611U3 - Army tropical shorts, un-issued, mint. Olive cotton twill shorts. Well marked along interior waitband Built-in cotton web belt. Presents metal scoop dish buttons. RNB numbered. $500.. More Photos

Army breeches.

1611U1 - Army breeches. These un-issued breeches are made field gray wool. All buttons that secure the fly and rear pocket are factory sewn. Each leg is fastened at the bottom with a series of buttons. The interior is unmarked and the size is 32.0 waist x 23.0 inseam. $600. More Photos

High quailty German officer boots

1610U15 - High quailty German officer boots. Excellent condition. Size is approximately 9 US. $600. More Photos

Leather greatcoat as worn by officers of the Wehrmacht and SD/SS

165U3 - Leather greatcoat as worn by officers of the Wehrmacht and SD/SS. This large size ( 46 long ) leather coat was obtained from the family of a deceased German veteran officer. The coat displays normal exterior age and wear. The double breasted pebbled aluminum buttons were replaced due to previous loss. The dark leather coat displays a half-belt along the rear waist. The interior presents a modern-era replaced tan lining. The coat is free of rips and tears as the family took care to preserve the coat. Makes for an excellent display article. $500. More Photos

Mint un-issued Army tropical officer trousers

166U5 - Mint un-issued Army tropical officer trousers. These heavy khaki cotton trousers feature the maker's paper tag of "Anton Seemeir, Uniformschneider…Landau" The tag is further marked " WH - Tropen Hose". Four metal scoop-dish buttons secure the front fly. Additionally, there are two scoop-dish metal buttons at the interior front that secure the waistline. The waist is adjusted with a three-prong built-in cotton belt. There are two slash and a watch pocket in the front. The trousers are internally stamped with the maker's RBN with size markings. The trousers are straight legged indicating they were not inended to be tucked into boots. The waist size is approximately 25.0 inches. The length is approximately 34.0. Rare. $900. More Photos

Army Gebirgs leutnant Nachricten Abteilung parade dress/walking out dressuniform ( named) with matching visor hat

163U1 - Army Gebirgs leutnant Nachricten Abteilung (signals unit) parade dress/walking out dress uniform ( named) with matching visor hat with edelweiss. Stunning example of a near mint set features visor hat showing slight period wear with lemon yellow waffenfarb. Beautiful doeskin wool free of mothing and stains. Tunic has dress aiguillette and bright aluminum wire officer breast eagle. Matching boards and collar tabs. $2650. More Photos

Army Gebirgsjager Hauptmann walking out dress tunic

1511U1 - Army Gebirgsjager Hauptmann walking out dress tunic. This tunic features an Austrian cut as exemplified by the slanted lower pockets and deeply cut scallops with pleated pockets. The tunic further features green waffenfarb on along the eight button front closure, the shoulder boards and collar tabs. The collar tabs are hand-sewn applied. Above the right breast pocket is a green backed bullion officer tunic eagle. The Gebirgsjager edelweiss sleeve insignia is not present as it was not adopted until May 1939. This tunic predates that year. The unmarked interior is lined with light green rayon. $1999. More Photos

Army  mounted troops riding breeches

1511U3 - Army mounted troops riding breeches. These heavy feldgrau wool breeches feature a leather reinforced seat. This was intended to prevent wear while mounted. $550. More Photos

Army Panzer trousers

156U6 - Army Panzer trousers. This pair of black wool trousers features army construction differing from Waffen SS panzer trousers by having a single plastic button that fastens the two flap front pockets. SS pants display two buttons per pocket. The front fly is secured with five black plastic buttons with two at the waistline. At the end of each pant leg are tie strings. One string has been shortened/torn on each leg. The interior waistband is well marked with an RBN number and size stamps. The pants measure 32.0 inches waist x 35 inches inseam. $2500 More Photos

Army M41 breeches

156U4 - Army M41 breeches. These heavy wool pants are mint. These heavy feldgrau wool breeches featurea four button fly closure with another button at the waistline. The left front has a watch pocket . The two front vertical slash pockets are each fastened with a with a single plastic button. There is a cinch belt at each side for adjustment. Towards the end of each pant leg are the lace-ups for tucking the leg into the boot. Along the exterior of the waistline are buttons for the attachment of braces. The inside of the waistline is stamped with NCL 74 84 the size. The breeche's size is approximately 30" ( waist) x 32 " (inseam). $750 More Photos

Army Gebirgsjager M-41 enlisted service tunic

1410U5 - Army Gebirgsjager M-41 enlisted service tunic. This M41 feldgrau tunic features a replaced collar faced with dark green badge cloth with matching collar tabs and detacheable shoulder straps piped with green waffenfarb as worn by Gebirgjager troops. The tunic displays four pockets that have been altered to be pleated and scalloped with a five button front. The collar tabs and straps have matte aluminum NCO tresse. Over the right breast pocket is a subdued machine woven breast eagle. An enlisted/nco edelweiss appears on the right sleeve. The interior lining stamped "7 42 / -1 41 / -0 61". The tunic is dated 1942 and has been tailored to fit original owner. $1995. More Photos

Army Gebirgsjager Hauptmann service tunic for Gebirgs Nachrichten Abteilung 70

1410U4 - Army Gebirgsjager Hauptmann service tunic for Gebirgs Nachrichten Abteilung 70. This tunic features matching lemon yellow piped sew-in shoulder boards and matte bullion collar tabs. The shoulder boards display matching gilt pips and cyphers numbered "70". Lemon yellow was the waffenfarb worn by nachtrichten ( signals ) personnel. The tunic displays four patch pockets and a five pebbled button (feldgrau finish) front closure. Over the right breast pocket is sewn a machine woven aluminum flat wire. Over the left breast is a set of loops for affixing a short ribbon bar. The sleeve displays a machine embroidered Edelweiss on dark-green cloth. Excellent condition. $1,550. More Photos

Army Pionier Unteroffizier parade dress (waffenrock) tunic

1011U10 - Army Pionier Unteroffizier parade dress (waffenrock) tunic. This tunic features black piping ( waffenfarbe ) on the chain-stitched "34" sewn-in shoulder straps secured by pebbled aluminum button. The matching collar tabs are machine-sewn. The aluminum tresse around the collar is handsewn. Over the right breast area is a hand-sewn aluminum officer eagle. On the left breast area is an Army long service medal and DRL award in bronze. On the right shoulder is secured an Army marksman's lanyard with a single acorn. The front is secured by eight aluminum pebbled matching buttons. The front closure is piped with machine sewn black waffenfarbe. The reverse displays the six buttons, color-piped vent. The tunic's exterior has no mothing or stains. The interior is lined with green artificial silk. There is a maker's label for Paul Rademacher in Regensburg. Inside the pocket is the original owner's name and dated 1935. $1250. More Photos

Army Infantry Oberfeldwebel's parade dress waffenrock

0910U11 - Army Infantry Oberfeldwebel's parade dress waffenrock. This waffenrock features matching infantry piped sewn-in shoulder straps. The straps are each bordered with full aluminum tresse and have a single rank pip indicating the rank of Oberfeldwebel. The collar is bordered with machine sewn white waffenfarbe. The dress tabs are also machine applied. The eight button front closure is piped with the white waffenfarbe of the infantry. Over the area of the right breast is a hand-applied silver flatwire eagle. On the left breast is a ribbon bar for the Iron Cross Second Class War Merit Cross with Swords and an Eastern Front Medal. A ribbon for the EKII has been sewn to the second button hole. Each cuff has the patches with the white piping and two buttons with aluminum tresse. A marksman's lanyard with two acorns is suspended front the left shoulder. The tunic's rear displays the six buttons, white piped vent. The interior is lined with green-gray artificial silk. There is one minor repair along the back waistline area. The tunic shows light usage and is unmarked. $1575. More Photos

Army Artillery Oberleutnant walking out dress tunic (waffenrock)

0910U10 - Army Artillery Oberleutnant walking out dress tunic (waffenrock). This tunic is made of officer grade high quality doeskin wool. This tunic features matching sewn-in, red waffenfarbe shoulder boards for the rank of Oberleutnant. On each shoulder board are "AS' ciphers indicating attachment to an "Artillerie Schule", artillery school. The collar is red piped with machine-sewn waffen. The matching officer's aluminum collar tabs are machine sewn. Over the right beast is a finely detailed officer's silver aluminum bullion eagle. Over the left breast area is a single set of loops for attaching a short ribbon bar. The back features the six buttons, color piped vent. The interior is lined with dark green artificial silk and is in mint condition. $1850. More Photos

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088U7 - Army panzer hauptmann's leather greatcoat. This private purchase leather greatcoat features silver pebbled aluminum buttons that have been sewn-on. The matching panzer hauptmann's boards show wear consistent with the rest of the coat. The leather shows normal age and is in excellent, supple condition. This double breasted model comes with its original matching leather belt. The interio is lined with brushed black cotton. There is a label for a Rotterdam leather tailor. Under the pocket is the neck closure material used for fastening the two collars in foul weather. This coat will make a fine addition for a panzer or Heer collector. $ 2500. More Photos

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SS Uniforms

188SO16 -Totenkopf Dienstmantel fo a Hauptscharfuhrer in the 3rd Standarte Thuringen. This dienstmantel features matching alternating striped collar tabs and lapels. The right collar tab displays a hand embroidered Totenkopf and the left side rank tabs indicates the rank of the senior non-commissioned officer. On the right should is shoulder board for the ranks of SS-Mann through Hauptscharfuhrer. On the left mid-sleeve is the multi-piece constructed SS brassard having black upper and lower borders. The lower left sleeve presents a Thurgingen cufftitle. The garment's exterior displays areas of minor mothing in the fabric. The back shows a half-belt. The interior is partially lined in black cotton. The inside of the lest breast pocket reveals a SS RZM tag. The size stamps are clearly visible stamped in white. $12,000.  More Photos

188SO14 -SS-Totenkopf Untersturmfuhrer black service tunic who served in the 3rd Totenkopf Sturmbann Thuringen with breeches... This tunic features a single rank shoulder board on the right side shoulder of twisted aluminum cords commensurate for the ranks of Untersturmfuhrer through Hauptsturmfuhrer. On the right collar is sewn a bullion wire Totenkopf tab. The left collar prisents the rank tab for an Untersturmfuhrer having three pips. On the left sleeve is sewn the SS brassard displaying multi-piece construction. The right sleeve displays the Ehrenwinkel ( Old Fighter's chevron). The lower left sleeve displays the hand-embroidered cufftitle of Thuringen. The interior is ummarked. Size is approximately 38. $25,000.  More Photos

188SO2 -Very rare SS-Totenkopfverbande Oberbayern Hauptstürmfuhrer's black service tunic with matching breeches. The tailor made officer dienstrock features the rare bullion vertical hand embroidered totenkopf skull tab. The left collar displays the officer's Hauptstürmfuhrer rank tab. The collar is bordered with silver aluminum twistcord wire. On the right shoulder board is affixed the rare "O" cypher worn by the Totenkopfstandarte I "Oberbayern". The Oberbayern Standarte was assigned to the Dachau Konzentrationlager. The right upper sleeve displays the Ehrenwinkle ( Old Fighters Chevron) indicating the officer was a member of the SS or other NSDAP organization prior to January 1933. The front closure and four scalloped and pleated pockets are closed with pebbled aluminum buttons. On the left breast is a single set of loops to which a bronze Sports badge is affixed. The interior is lined with polished black cotton fabric. The interior displays period wear. The tailor label is sewn to the left breast pocket. Through the left hip pocket there is sewn a dagger suspension tab with "D" ring from which the officer would suspend his M36 "chained" dagger. The breeches match the fabric of the tunic perfectly. The breeches display the typical button fly with all buttons present. There is a slash pocket with a buttoned flap on each side of the front. Along the waistline are buttons for the attachment of braces. A cinch belt is at each side for further adjustment along the waistline. Accompanying the uniform is a set of SS marked braces. $28,500.  More Photos

186S01 - Allgemeine SS black dress cape with Oberfuhrer collar insignia. The black cape was first authorized for wear in 1934. This example features a six button front closure hidden by a packet. Opening the cape is seen an extended length of dove gray wool material worn by higher ranking SS officers as an additional enhancement. The collar is bordered with officer’s silver aluminum piping. The cape was expensive to produce and purchase. For this reason the wearing of the cape was discontinued being worn along with the black service uniform shortly after 1940 when the SS adopted the field gray uniform. The cape is free of mothing. Rare $18,000.  More Photos

186U1 - Waffen SS M44 hbt dot pattern camouflage drillich tunic. This combat worn tunic displays light period wear. The tunic. The front of the has a five button closure. The two flap breast and hip pockets all have matching factory sewn buttons. The unlined interior displays light wear . There are no markings evident as they have worn with age. $4,500.  More Photos

184S07 - Waffen SS Oberfuhrer tunic with matching breeches. This exceptional offering features high quality gabardine wool tunic with matching Oberfuhrer shoulder boards ( shulterstucke) of interwoven double cords with white waffenfarbe over a black wool base with two rank pips. The double oak leaf collar tabs ( kragenpatten). are hand embroidered with silver bullion thread. The officer sleeve eagle is the machine woven silver flatwire type. The tunic's four pockets are pleated and scalloped. Over the left breast pocket are a series of loops for the attachment of a long ribbon bar. On the left breast pocket are three sets of loops for the Oberfuhrer's decorations. Sewn to the second buttonhole is the ribbon for service during the eastern front campaign during the winter of 1941-1942 also known as the Frozen Mest and Russian Front medal. The exterior of the tunic is in museum quality condition having no mothing or stains. The unmarked interior displays minor evidence of age and wear.The matching breeches display internal evidence of mild wear. The breeches are, like the tunic, free of mothing and stains. The Oberfuhrer had the end of each pant leg widened to adjust to his leg size with the addition of field gray wool material. $19500.  More Photos

184S06 -Published Waffen SS Polizei Division Hauptsturmfuhrer's tunic. This tunic was acquired directly from U.S. Army veteran John L. Farley who served with the 90th Division and landed on Utah Beach on June 6 , D-Day. This worn officer quality gabardine wool tunic is the same identical tunic featured in author Michael Beaver's book, " Uniforms of the Waffen SS ", Published by Schiffer Military Publishing, Copyrighted 2002, page 260. The tunic features matching Haupsturmfuhrer shoulder boards with white waffenfarb on black underlay and two rank pips on each board. On the right sleeve is the SS Ehrenwinkle chevron indicating membership in the SS or NSDAP prior to 1933. On the left sleeve a hand-embroidered SS officer silver wire bullion eagle. The officer collar tabs ( kragenpatten ) display the standard SS officer runes tab with a silver aluminum twistcord border. On the opposite collar is the rank tab of a Hauptsturmfuhrer. On the left lower sleeve is displayed an officer flat silver wire cufftitle for "SS-Polizei-Division" (Waffen SS 4th Grenadier Division). The five pebbled button front closure tunic displays two scalloped and pleated breast pockets and two scalloped and pleated hip pockets. Above the left breast are two loops for a short ribbon bar. On the pocket's pleat are two additional loops. Sewn to the second buttonhole is a ribbon for the Iron Cross 2nd Class. The fully lined interior displays period alterations made for size adjustment. $18500.  More Photos

184U3 -Parially restored private purchase, six-button front Waffen SS officer’s tunic named to Captain Hauptsturmfuhrer) Hans Joachim Mendrzyk. Tailored in field-gray tricot, the tunic features a matching set of collar tabs with silver bullion runes and the rank insignia of an SS captain. The set is hand-sewn to the collar. The sleeve eagle is an officer’s quality, meticulously-embroidered example in silver bullion. The shoulder boards are trimmed in white piping (Waffenfarbe) indicating infantry. On the left board is the a dye-struck, gold-colored “LAH” cypher of the Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler. The cypher is missing from the right shoulder board, but a faint discoloration indicates where it had previously been in place. The left sleeve displays an officer’s hand-embroidered “Adolf Hitler” cuff title of the LAH. The cuff title shows friction wear to the inward side from brushing against the side of the tunic. The garment is decorated with the ribbon for the Iron Cross Second Class sewn into the second buttonhole. Above the left pocket is the ribbon bar for the Russian campaign winter medal. Below the left breast pocket are loops for two combat decorations. The pockets are pleated, with scalloped flaps. The buttons are standard pebbled aluminum finished in field gray. The interior lining is light green rayon. The garment has no mothing or stains, displaying normal wear and aging for a field uniform. The original tailor’s label sewn onto the interior breast pocket reads “Schebben, Aachen”. It is named to First Lieutenant Hans Mendrzyk. The tailor wrote the abbreviation “Olt”, using the army rank (Oberleutnant) instead of that of the SS. This was not uncommon, as many Germans were unfamiliar with the different rank names employed by the Waffen SS. The tailor’s label is dated September 9, 1941. The uniform includes photocopies obtained from the German military archives relevant to Captain Mendrzyk’s life and career. He was born on September 21, 1917 in Posen. Mendrzyk joined the SS-VT (Verfugungstruppe), or ready-for-deployment troop, in November 1937. This was the combat force eventually renamed the Waffen SS. He graduated from the Waffen SS officer’s academy at Bad Tolz and was posted to the Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler. He served as commandant of Officer’s Candidate School III (Fuhreranwurterschule) in Berlin, and also of Officer’s Candidate School I. He later became commandant of the Engineer School in Hradischko. Mendryzk’s decorations include the SA Sports Badge in bronze, the Hitler Youth Honor Badge, the Iron Cross Second Class, the Wound Badge in black, the Russian winter campaign medal and the Bulgarian Military Order. An original partially restored tunic of a Waffen SS officer, with service record, is among the rarest and most collectible garments from the period that a dealer can offer… a truly historic artifact. Haupsturmfuhrer Mendryzk was the only Mendryzk to serve in the Wehrmacht including the Waffen SS. Rare. $12,500.  More Photos

184U2 -Waffen SS M43 Totenkopf tunic. This tunic features a machine embroidered Dachau Totenkopf collar tab and a rank tab of a SS Sturmmann. The shoulder straps have white waffenfarb indicating infantry. On the left sleeve is a machine embroidered SS enlisted eagle and below that a rank chevron. The tunic's front is fastened with five matching factory sewn field gray pebbled aluminum buttons. The two breast pockets feature scalloped flaps. The two deeply billowed hip pockets also display scalloped flaps. There are four belt hooks along the waist. The interior partially lined with rayon . The tunic is very lightly stamped on the right inner lapel area. Very rare. $8,999. More Photos

184U1 -Waffen SS M42 tunic for Infantry Hauptsharfuhrer. This M42 tunic features scalloped pockets without pleats. Also modified in the design of the M42 tunic was the reduction in the number of belt hook eyelets from three to two. This tunic has matching slip-on Infantry (white waffenfarbe piped) shoulder straps for the rank of Hauptsharfuhrer having two rank pips and full aluminum tresse. The collar is also trimmed with machine sewn aluminum tresse. The rank tab with two pips with one stripe and the NCO SS runics tab are both machine applied. The rank tab indicates promotion having one of the pips moved to accommodate the second pip. On the left upper sleeve is a machine zig-zag sewn SS nco/enlisted embroidered eagle. The interior is partially lined with gray cotton fabric. The right side cloth panel is SS BW stamped along with the size. The lining displays mild soiling consistent with having been worn. The tunic further displays wear to the nap at each cuff. The tunic is in overall excellent condition having no tears, holes or stains. $15,000. More Photos

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- Waffen SS Unterscharfuhrer's panzer enlisted man's jacket (wrapper) with yellow-piped reconnaissance boards. This stunning black panzer jacket was probably worn as a "walking out" uniform judging by the condition of this jacket. Manufactured of very high quality black wool the jacket features yellow piped shoulder straps indicating reconnaissance. The machines machine sewn tabs are original to the jacket. On the left breast area are three sets of vertical loops for decorations and badges and three horizontal loops for a clasp or ribbon bar. The interior is lined with black polished cotton. There are size marking on the upper left chest area. The number 525 is stamped near the size stamps. This stunning coat has an embroidered SS enlisted eagle machine sewn on the left sleeve. This jacket is an excellent example and impossible to upgrade. Suggested offering price $16,000 Additional photos upon request. More Photos

Waffen SS  Der Fuhrer  officer's visor hat, tunic, pants

- Waffen SS " Der Fuhrer " officer's visor hat, tunic, pants. Set displays field use. Originally acquired from well-known collection. Details will be provided to buyer. Visor hat displays use identical to tunic. Decorations are original to the set as purchased from the German veteran. Suggested offering price $43,500 Additional photos upon request. More Photos

Rare Waffen SS panzerjacke with Hitlerjugend cufftitle

- Rare Waffen SS panzerjacke with Hitlerjugend cufftitle. This Waffen SS cut panzerjacke features a hand-sewn Hitlerjugend cufftitle worn by personnel of the 12th SS Panzer Division. This panzer wrap displays matching removable pink waffenfarbe should boards as worn by panzer personnel. The collar tabs are hand-sewn with the SS runics tab being machine woven and the Rottenfuhrer tab being the standard enlisted rank style. On the left sleeve is an embroidered SS eagle. Below the eagle is a rank chevron indicating Rottenfuhrer. All buttons that secure the front are original to the wrapper. A single set of loops are sewn to the area of the left breast wear the Panzerkamkfabzeichen would be worn. The interior is partially lined and stamped with the size. This tunic comes with a Certificate of Authenticity provided by Weitze Military Antiques. Suggested offering price $14,000. More Photos

Waffen SS M44 tunic with Gotz von Berlichingen cufftitle

- Waffen SS M44 tunic with Gotz von Berlichingen cufftitle. The Waffen SS and Army M44 tunic is the final iteration of the German military's drive the reduce production costs and materials. This rare tunic displays machine sewn SS runic and rank tabs. The shoulder straps display the pale yellow waffenfarbe as worn by personnel attached to a nachtrichten ( signals) unit. On the left sleeve is an embroidered SS eagle as worn by enlisted and nco personnel.The coat is made of late war wool and is free of mothing and stains. The interior is faintly marked inside the shoulder area of the left sleeve. Suggested offering price is $6,000. More Photos

Waffen SS service tunic for the rank of Untersturmfuhrer with Gotz von Berlichingen cufftitle

- Waffen SS service tunic for the rank of Untersturmfuhrer with Gotz von Berlichingen cufftitle. This tunic features matching golden yellow waffenfarbe ( cavalry) shoulder boards for the rank of Untersturmfuhrer. The officer runics and rank collar tabs are hand-sewn. On the left sleeve is a bevo machine woven SS eagle. Lower on the left sleeve the GvB cufftitle. The interior is partially lined with the maker's stamp being positioned inside the left breast pocket. The tunic is in excellent condition. Suggested offering price. $8500. More Photos

Rare Waffen SS Assault Gun wrap made at Ravensbruch with Nordland cufftitle

1712U4 - Army/Waffen SS/ Luftwaffe low-rise black leather boots as worn by armored personnel. These boots display honest period use. The interior of each boot no longer displays any stamps. The pull-up straps (two in each) are present and intact. The bottom soles present heavy use. It is easy to imagine these worn in armor combat on any front. Rare as these continued to be worn following the war and many were lost in combat. The size is approximately 8.5 or 9 US. $750.   More Photos

Rare Waffen SS Assault Gun wrap made at Ravensbruch with Nordland cufftitle

1712U3 - Very rare gray Army /Waffen SS panzer/assault gun shirt. This medium size rayon / cotton stretch fabric shirt was worn under the sturmgeschultz and panzer wraps. The shirt features two scalloped and pleated front chest pockets. The collared, half-way front buttoned shirt is closed with five scoop dish zinc buttons. The gray shirt has some very minor areas of mothing but this does not detract from the desirability of this rare perfect to display uniform article. There is a size stamp Gr. 2 ( medium ) and RBN number stamped on the interior rear collar area. These are near impossible to find. $950.   More Photos

Rare Waffen SS Assault Gun wrap made at Ravensbruch with Nordland cufftitle

1712U2 -Worn Waffen SS M44 dot camouflage trousers. These trousers first appeared in early 1944. The hbt cotton/rayon blend trousers feature all matching scoop zinc buttons that secure the two side scalloped pockets, legs, interior waistline area and fly. One of the four fly buttons is missing in action. The trousers display a built-in belt. At the end of each leg are tie strings used for closing the bottoms during operations. The interior waist area displays a single stamp, SS-BW. There is consistent period wear evident at the end of the pant legs and around the area of the waist. The trouser' size measures approximately 38.0 x 33.0 ( waist x inseam) inches. $2750.   More Photos

Rare Waffen SS Assault Gun wrap made at Ravensbruch with Nordland cufftitle

1712U1 - Rare Waffen SS Assault Gun wrap made at Ravensbruch with Nordland cufftitle. This heavy wool, rough texture wrap features matching collar runic and rank kragenpaten having a smooth rayon base. These collar tabs are machine sewn and judging by the thread used for the attachment are original to the wrap. The matching panzer schulterklappe (shoulder straps), for the rank of Oberscharfuhrer, features a subdued tresse border with a single rank pip. Sewn to the upper button hole is a ribbon for the Iron Cross 2nd Class. Over the area of the left chest are three sets of loops for the attachment of awards. On the right upper sleeve is handsewn a tank destruction badge in silver. On the left upper sleeve is a SS zig-zag machine woven arm eagle. On the lower left sleeve is a Nordland bevo cufftitle. The exterior is free of stains, tears and mothing. All buttons are matching and original to the tunic. The interior is partially lined with rayon herring bone twill material. On the area above the inside breast pocket is stamped the size and BetrRa. Indicating manufacture at Ravenbruch. $15,000. More Photos

Waffen SS Sahariana tunic

1711U4 - Waffen SS Sahariana tunic. It is not often collectors come across a worn example of these relatively rare tunics. The tunic is cut in the distinctive Waffen SS Sahariana style. One of the characteristics of the tunic is the channel on each shoulder for the attachment of shoulder straps. On the left sleeve is a standard Waffen SS tropical bevo eagle and rank chevron. These are postwar restored insignia judging by the shadow outline of the previous insignia. The interior displays the Waffen SS maker stamp. Still a rare offering and priced accordingly. $1999. More Photos

Very rare Type I white standard bearer dress gloves

164U1 - Very rare Type I white standard bearer dress gloves. These leather gloves display the three machine sewn decorative stitch lines with a single fastening button. This style of glove is shown in the authoritative pictorial reference book " Meine Ehre Heisst Treue, Inside the Allgemeine SS 1925-1945 "by Ulric of England , author. Copyright 2012. Published by Andrea Press, Spain. Page 384. The inside is stamped 3 indicating the size. $1100. More Photos

 SS/SD ( Sicherheitdienst) enlisted tunic

1511U5 - SS/SD ( Sicherheitdienst) enlisted tunic. This tunic features SD sgreen piped shoulder straps with alternating brown and silver piping. The SD collar tab ( kragenspiegel ) is plain as worn by SD service personnel. The rank tab displays a single pip indicating the rank of scharfuhrer. On the upper left sleeve is a machine sewn embroidered SS eagle. Below that is an embroidered SD sleeve raute. The tunic is made of low grade wool indicating later war manufact. The interior is lined with gray rayon and stamped. $6000. More Photos

 Allgemeine SS dress trousers

1510U7 - Allgemeine SS dress trousers. These trousers feature high quality black wool with a white vertical stripe that extends the length of the outside seam of each leg.. The front fly is closed with five plastic buttons. Two slash pockets and a watch pocket are at the front. A single cinch belt is positioned at the small of the back for size adjustment. The buckle is marked "Made in Austria". A series of six buttons are positioned along the exterior waistline for attachment of braces. The partially lined interior is stamped VA 1938. The size is approximately 36 waist x 29 inseam.. More Photos

Waffen SS hbt dot pattern camouflage drillich tunic

1510U1 - Waffen SS hbt dot pattern camouflage drillich tunic. This combat worn tunic displays light period wear. The tunic has the bridles and pebbled buttons on the shoulders for the attachment of shoulder straps. The front of the has a five button closure. The two flap breast and hip pockets all have matching factory sewn buttons. The unlined interior displays light wear . There are no markings evident as they have worn with age. $4500. More Photos

Exceptionally rare SS button top sport sweatshirt

1510U2 - Exceptionally rare SS button top sport sweatshirt. This pullover black cotton jersey features the second pattern circular SS runics insignia sewn over the left breast pocket. These sport shirts were worn for SS sport competitions that were highly promoted within the SS as physical fitness was a hallmark of Aryan racial superiority. $4,850. More Photos

Waffen SS 1st model Plain tree  camouflage smock converted to combat field jacket and plain tree M42 cap

156U5 - Waffen SS 1st model Plain tree camouflage smock converted to combat field jacket. cap and SS cloth rank insignia for the smock for the rank of Untersturmfuhrer removed from camouflage smock. This coat originally was manufactured as a smock as evidenced by the front lace-up grommets that are seen between the buttons on the chest and upper neck areas. The two side flap pockets are identical to those seen on the smocks. Above the left pocket is printed a small arabic numeral 3 indicating the design pattern. On each wrist and on the side along the waistline are added camouflage straps with buttons for adjusting the cuffs and waist for size. The collar has been field added using the same camouflage pattern. The interior displays the Fall side of the smock. It is unmarked. The jacket displays honest period use with minor repairs and minor separations along the seams. M42 field cap shown with converted smock has been sold. $5800. More Photos

Rare Waffen SS Wiking Oberscharfuhrer M40 service tunic and breeches

118U2 - Rare Waffen SS "Wiking" Oberscharfuhrer M40 service tunic and breeches. The 5th Waffen SS Panzer Division "Wiking" was the first non-German Waffen SS division comprised mainly of Scandinavian and northern European volunteers. The Wiking Division was commanded by Gruppenfuhrer Felix Steiner and later Obergruppenfuhrer Herbert Gille. Herbert Gille was one of two Waffen SS commanders to be awarded the Brillanten ( Diamonds ) to their Ritterkreutz. The other being Sepp Dietrich of the 1st SS Panzer Division, "Liebstandarte Adolf Hitler". The Wiking Division fought primarily on the Eastern Front and suffered heavy casualties throughout the war. This rare tunic features the rare machine woven "bevo' cufftitle , "Wiking". The inward-facing side of the cufftitle displays wear where the cufftitle came into contact with the tunic while in use. On each shoulder is a pink waffenfarb ( panzer ) piped shoulder strap that displays full aluminum tresse borders with a single rank pip. Along the edge of the dark green wool felt collar is machine sewn tresse. The right runic collar tab is embroidered aluminum wire. The left rank tab features two rank pips denoting a SS Oberscharfuhrer. The two breast and two billowed hip pockets display deep scalloped flaps and pleats. The front closure consists of five ( 5 ) matching pebbled aluminum buttons marked " MOT7" that all show a loss of their original field gray finish due to period use as do the four pockets. On the left front breast pocket are two sets of loops for the display of the Oberscharfuhrer's decorations. Above the left breast pocket is a set of loops for display of the Close Combat Clasp. There is minor evidence of mothing on the rear of the left sleeve. There are four sets of three holes ( two front , two back) for belt hooks. The interior is partially lined with light brown cotton. Along the right side are the marker's name "Marte", size stamps and M40. The interior displays little/no wear. Accompanying the tunic is a pair of field gray wool breeches. The front displays a three button fly that closes with a hook and catch. A single pocket is on each side of the pant leg. There is a cinch belt on each side of the waistline for adjustment. The interior is partially lined with brown cotton fabric along the waistline and pockets. The seat has a single scallop buttoned pocket. At the end of each pant leg are seldom seen zippers marked RHEIN NADEL used for adjustment. A non-standard customized feature. There is no evidence of mothing or stains. Decorations pictured are for display only. Visor hat for display only. Very rare. $12,000. More Photos

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087U8 - SS/SD named NCO four pocket service tunic, trousers and visor hat. It is extremely rare to find a complete named uniform. This stunning set includes the four pocket service tunic with machine sewn SS/SD (unmarked) collar tab and matching SS/SD scharfuhrer rank tab. The collar is trimmed with alternating black and silver candy-striped piping that is tailor hand-stitched. The sewn in shoulder boards are for a SS/SD scharfuhrer rank with the appropriate black cords. There are two badges affixed by two sets of loops over the pleated left breast pocket. On the left sleeve is a machine sewn SS embroidered eagle, a untitled SS/SD cufftitle indicating a staff position in the SD. On the right sleeve, upper arm is a hand-sewn "Old Fighter's" chevron on field gray.The interior is lined with black cotton. There is a name tag sewn into the left breast pocket that reads, "Zander Karl SD Hauptamt". The britches feature a three button fly with a fastening hook at the waistline. There are two slash pockets each with a single button on the flap. The brushed suede leather set and upper inseam shows mild wear and is in excellent condition. The waistline has a single name tag sewn in that reads. "Zander Karl SD Hauptamt". The rear of the britches features two single button pockets. There are two cinch belts for waist adjustment on each side. The pant legs end with each having a six button closure. The end of each pant leg shows wear from having been worn. The britches are in overall excellent condition. The visor hat is in itself a highly collectible example. This white-piped nco visor is stunning. It features silver washed SS eagle and totenkopf. This hat would be impossible to upgrade. The upper body and black capband are totally free of mothing or stains. The hat has a great saddle shape. The visor has only minor crazing. The interior is the standard unmarked, issue variety with a simple celluloid rhomboid sweatshield that has minor cracking . Under the sweatshield is a size stamp, "56". The hat is lined with gold artificial silk (rayon). The sweatband is fully intact and has the initials KZ affixed to the light brown leather. Overall the hat shows wear that is consistent with the rest of the uniform. This is truly a "world-class" offering. $15,500. More Photos

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Luftwaffe Uniforms

Rare Luftwaffe moleskin  work tunic in rare fliegerbluse pattern with side slash pockets

1711U7 - Rare Luftwaffe moleskin work tunic in rare fliegerbluse pattern with side slash pockets named to G. Behring. Left sleeve shows rare embroidered specialty patch for technical flying personnel. Shoulder straps provisioned on tunic for Unteroffizier in charge of aircraft maintenance / technical personnel. In the late 1960's a U.S. document collector, who obtained Willi Lötsch's soldbuch wrote a letter to the inhabitant registration officer- Neuwied, Germany for Willi's address, which he obtained. Willi responded to the collector's follow-up letter and they communicated about Willi's service time, etc.
Some years later the militaria collector, who later acquired the soldbuch and contact information, acquired service memorabilia from Willi Lötsch's estate. Included in the memorabilia was the listed moleskin LW fliegerbluse pattern work tunic. . From Willi Lötsch's soldbuch we know he attended/graduated from the LW flying technical school in Bayrouth, Austria before being assigned to Kampfgeschwader 40 ( ( FW200 4 engine maritime /U-boat recon unit ) in France July 1942. When that unit was disbanded in 1944 Willi Lötsch volunteered for the Fallschirmjager, to keep his flight pay, training with the FSJG Replacement Rgt. 3 in Verdun, France before being assigned to the 4th Fallschirm Div. going to Italy.
The relationship between Willi Lötsch and G. Behring ( nametag in the fliegerbluse) is unknown ( and unnoticed until the 2000's ) but established German ( and worldwide military unit ) procedure is issued work items would be returned to the unit quartermaster for reissue when leaving the unit. With KG40 being disbanded in France, and everyone being reassigned, Willi most likely kept this work tunic since he was staying in France for his LW FSJG training , and following the same, he took it home while on leave before reporting to FSJG Rgt. 11 eventually going to Italy. Please review Willi's soldbuch pages, his service record online and his first letter in 1969 which are historical facts. The soldbuch's owner, being a document collector, has retained the soldbuch and may make it available at a future date. Enjoy.$1500. More Photos

Luftwaffe Fallschirmjager fliegerbluse and sidecap with unit shooting star badge EMBROIDERED

- Luftwaffe Fallschirmjager fliegerbluse and sidecap with unit "shooting star" badge EMBROIDERED in the side panel for Sturm Regiment.This set was acquired directly from the German Fallschirmjager veteran in 1965 who operated a delicatessen on the street where the collector lived in Chicago, Illinois. The original FG badge was removed and the de-Nazified badge is not included. Comes with photo portrait of German veteran. His sleeve specialty badge reflects he was trained in heavy weapons. Suggested offering price $7500 Additional photos upon request. More Photos

Extremely rare Luftwaffe Überfallhosen ( tropical pants, long)

- Extremely rare Luftwaffe Überfallhosen ( tropical pants, long). These trousers were worn by Luftwaffe Fallschirmjager and flight personnel in tropical areas. These trousers are made of tan heavy cotton twill. The trousers feature a distinctive single flap button pocket on the left thigh area. This pocket is secured with a single metal scoop dish button. The fly is closed with four small plastic buttons of which two are gone with time. Two additional tan plastic buttons secure the waistband. There is a built-in cotton belt with a sliding metal buckle. There are two horizontal pockets on each side and a single flap buttoned pocket on the seat. The interior waistline displays six tan buttons for attachment of braces. The size and faint maker stamps are also along the waistline. At the end of each pant leg is a cinch belt with metal buckle for closure and adjustment. The size is approximately 34.0 inches waist x 30.0 inseam. The size is not guaranteed. $6,500. More Photos

Luftwaffe fliegerbluse for a feldwebel attached to a flight or Fallschirmjager unit

1711U2 - Luftwaffe fliegerbluse for a feldwebel attached to a flight or Fallschirmjager unit. This one of the finest examples ever offered by Oakleaf. The fliegerbluse features matching machine sewn collar tabs indicating the rank of feldwebel having three gulls. The matching shoulder straps display a single rank pip with full border silver aluminum tresse. The collar is also bordered with machine sewn tresse. Both the straps and the straps present yellow waffenfarbe as worn by flight and Fallschirmjager units. The heavy blue wool is in exceptional condition having no mothing, stains or repairs. The interior is stamped with the size, maker and 1942 dated $1250. More Photos

Luftwaffe tropical tunic

1711U5 - Luftwaffe tropical tunic. Worn example of a Luftwaffe 2nd model tropical tunic. The tunic features two pleated and scalloped breast pockets and two scalloped hip pockets sans pleats. The detachable tropical shoulder straps are yellow piped ( waffenfarbe) indicating attachment to a flight or Fallschirm unit. The interior is well marked with the maker and size stamps. $2000. More Photos

Luftwaffe tropical Uberfallhosen as worn by Luftwaffe flight and Fallschirmjager personnel

1611U4 - Luftwaffe tropical Uberfallhosen as worn by Luftwaffe flight and Fallschirmjager personnel. Features large anterior thigh pocket and built-in cotton web belt. Matching plastic buttons are factory sewn. End of each leg is fastened with adjustable cotton strap. Interior pocket is 42 dated with size stamps. Measures 32.0 waist x 25.0 length. Rare. $3500. More Photos

Luftwaffe Fallschirmjager jump smock

1610SO8 - Luftwaffe Fallschirmjager jump smock . This heavy drill cotton smock was combat worn. The splinter pattern smock features PRYM snaps . All leather pull tabs are intact. The sleeves reveal their rayon wind cuffs. The brown and green pattern shows mild period wear complete with field repairs. The four button front retains its original glass buttons. This Fallschirmschutzen-Bluse was reported as taken from a German prisoner in June 1944 Nnormandy France. The smock displays a correct factory machine sewn camouflage embroidered breast eagle. On each side of the upper chest area is a zipper closed slant pocket with matching RiRi metal zippers with leather pull tabs. The front is closed by five matching Luftwaffe blue glass buttons. A series of PRYM snaps are positioned along the bottom edge of the smock that close around each of the Fallschirmjager's upper legs. At the end of each cuff are PRYM snaps for size adjustment. Inside each sleeve is a rayon wind cuff also with PRYM snaps. On each side of the lower waist is a single large flap pocket closed with a metal RAPID zipper with leather pull tabs. The unlined interior is unmarked as the stamps have worn with wear and time.$7250.00 More Photos

Rare Luftwaffe field divisions splinter pattern coat with officer's overseas cap

157SO3 - Rare Luftwaffe field divisions splinter coat with officer's overseas cap. The consignor of this five item ensemble, complete with field jacket, screwback 1939 Iron Cross 1st Class, cloth Fallschimjager badge, Oberlt. reserve collar tabs and officer hat, acquired it, among other war relics , in 1974/75 from West Germany's military attache in Washington D.C. This Bundeswehr Fallschirmjager colonel had numerous family members and some friends desirous to dispose of some military items outside West Germany discreetly. This field coat features the camouflage splinter pattern on heavy cotton duck material. The right breast area displays a factory machine sewn camouflage embroidered eagle. The front is secured with five glass buttons indicating early production of this model field coat. On each shoulder is a very rare camouflage shoulder strap. These straps are near impossible to find as most were discarded after the coat was issued and replaced with standard rank straps. On the left breast area is a screwback Iron Cross 1st and a cloth version of the Fallschirmabzeichen . These are period applied examples and original to the coat. The hole which the post of the screwback EK1 passes through is marrowed meaning that it is machine stitched along the opening. Under the collar is a storm flap. The interior is unlined and the pockets are made using blue cotton fabric. Accompanying the camouflage field coat is the Luftwaffe officer' s overseas cap featuring all bullion eagle and kokarde insignia with factory applied aluminum piping. The tan cotton lined interior is marked size 55. The Luftwaffe reserve officer tabs were found in a pocket of the jacket by the consignor. Provenance will be provided to the buyer upon completion of sale. $9750. More Photos

Luftwaffe Oberleutnant greatcoat with Flieger/Fallschirmjager waffenfarb insignia

155U5 - Luftwaffe Oberleutnant greatcoat with Flieger/Fallschirmjager waffenfarb insignia. Officer quality Luftwaffe blue/gray wool with matching sew-in shoulder boards and Oberleutnant collar tabs sewn to the lapels. The double row of six pebbled aluminum buttons secures the front. The interior is lined with artificial silk and displays a private label tailor's tag.. $950. More Photos

Very rare Luftwaffe administrative general's tropical tunic for the rank of Generalmajor

155SO3 - Very rare Luftwaffe administrative general's tropical tunic for the rank of Generalmajor. . This tunic features non-matching Generalmajor slip-on shoulder boards. This was probably the result of this tunic being theater-made and the general using what was available. The tunic's lapels have matching forest green waffenfarb collar tabs and bullion blue-backed continental Luftwaffe general's breast eagle. The matching administrative general's tabs and breast eagle are tailor applied. Gold bullion twistcord piping is sewn around the upper collar. Over the left breast is a row of loops intended to accommodate a long ribbon bar. A single set of loops is over the scalloped and pleated left breast pocket. The two upper pockets are scalloped and pleated. The two hip pockets are pleated with a flap. The front is closed with four pebbled gold buttons. The interior is unmarked. The size is approximately 40 . $6000. More Photos

Rare Luftwaffe field divisions camouflage field coat

155U4 - Rare Luftwaffe field divisions water pattern camouflage field coat. This field coat features the camouflage splinter pattern on heavy cotton duck material. The right breast area displays a hand-sewn camouflage embroidered eagle. The front is secured with five metal scoop dish buttons. On each shoulder is a loop and single button for attachment of a shoulder board. Under the collar is a storm flap.The interior is unlined and the pockets are made using tan cotton fabric. Size stamps are evident on the left pocket. Un-issued. $5999. More Photos

Luftwaffe  summer flight pants

114U6 - Luftwaffe summer flight pants. These light brown / tan cotton fabric flying pants feature a front leather pull tab zipper that descends down the front to the crotch. The waist is adjusted with a built-in cloth belt. On the inside of each pant leg another zipper extends from mid-calf to the cuff. One of these leather pull tabs is missing. A three snap pocket is positioned on the right outside thigh. The front thigh pockets have been professionally removed . It is done so well it is hard to tell if it was done by the maker. Descending down each side is a plastic pull tab zipper that allows entry inside the pants. At the rear are four bakelite buttons used for the attachment of braces. Along the inside waistline is an RBN numbered, 1943 dated and size stamped "IIa" maker's cloth tag. The pants are partially lined with Luftwaffe blue rayon fabric. Rare. $950. More Photos

Luftwaffe Forestry Service greatcoat

1011U5 - Luftwaffe Forestry Service greatcoat. This dark green full length wool greatcoat features a dark green wool felt collar with Luftwaffe Forestry Service bullion collar and shoulder board insignia indicating the rank of Hilfsforster . The shoulder boards are piped in dark green velvet and feature a single metal oak leaf on each. On the left shoulder the retaining button is missing. The double breasted front has two rows of matching dark green buttons. The exterior has areas of minor moth-thinning to the fabric but not through the material. This does not detract from the overall appearance. The rear features a partial belt joined by a single button. The interior is lined with dark green artificial silk. The tailor label is sewn on the back of the garment and in the inside pocket along with the owner's name and is dated 1942. Rare. $700. More Photos

Luftwaffe enlisted greatcoat Luftwaffe Flight/ Fallschirmjager Unterfeldwebel greatcoat with aiguilette cords

1011U6 - Luftwaffe enlisted greatcoat Luftwaffe Flight/ Fallschirmjager Unterfeldwebel greatcoat with aiguilette cords. This greatcoat features matching shoulder straps and handsewn rank tabs with golden/yellow waffenfarbe indicating flight or Fallschirmjager branch of service. The front is closed by two rows of six matching pebbled aluminum buttons.The Luftwaffe blue wool coat displays minimal period wear having no staining, mothing or tears. The golden/yellow adjutant cords are cello with silver aluminum tassels. The rear shows a half belt with two matching blue pebbled aluminum buttons. The interior is lined with gray cotton and is well marked with a Luftwaffe acceptance stamp and LBA number and size. $800. More Photos

Luftwaffe Forestry officer's tunic for the rank of Revierforster

1011U8 - Luftwaffe Forestry officer's tunic for the rank of Revierforster. This very rare tunic features a dark green velvet collar with silver aluminum twistcord piping. On each shoulder is an officer board with matching dark green velvet waffenfarbe and a single gilt rank pip. There is a matching set of tabs that display the silver embroidered oak leaf configuration of a Revierforster rank officer. This embroidery is stunning. Over the right pleated and scalloped breast pocket is an officer's aluminum silver breast eagle on dark green velvet backing. This eagle is unique to the Luftwaffe Forestry Service. The scalloped edges of the four tunic pockets is trimmed with dark green piping as is the front closure. The back vent is also trimmed with dark green piping along with two silver pebbled aluminum buttons. The interior is lined with medium gray artificial silk. Inside the left breast pocket is the tailor'd label 'Oswald Krueger, Wiesbaden " along with the Forestry officer's name. The nametag is dated 1936. Very rare and in excellent condition. $1750. More Photos

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Kriegsmarine Uniforms

Kriegsmarine reefer jacket with pants named to Korvettenkapitan KK Ludorff Engineering Officer

- Named Kriegsmarine Officer reefer jacket and matching trousers named to Korvetten-Kapitan K.K. Ludorff senior engineering officer of the 12th U-Boat Flotilla- Bordeaux, France. The reefer jacket and pants were tailored made in Bordeaux. This set comes with leather foul weather coat with double row of matching gilded buttons. Coat also has fur trimmed collar and shoulder epaulets with Arabic numeral "1" identifying officer as senior engineering officer's coat ( if hanging in U-Boat bunker readying room). This set comes with matching condition and size foul weather leather pants.$4,000. for all four uniform items or $2600 for matching named reefer jacket and pants and $1650 for matching leather foul leather coat and pants. The 12th Flotilla C.O. was Korvetten-Kapitan Klaus Scholtz Knights Cross 12/26/1941, Oak Leaves 9/10/42, His U-108 was a long range Type IX B and he apparently chose Ludorff as his engineering officer because he was very familiar with Type IX boats like U-505 and the 12th Flotilla was primarily Type IX long range boats. The U-Boat badge is shown to illustrate arrangement of loops and is not available for purchase. . More Photos

Kriegsmarine officer's foul weather leather jacket with mouton wool collar and matching leather pants

174U2 - Kriegsmarine officer's foul weather leather jacket with mouton wool collar and matching leather pants as part of the Korvetten-Kapitan K.K. Ludorff ensemble as listed in the Collectors Connection section.. Double row of five gilt Kriegsmarine buttons. The over the right breast area is affixed a gilt Kriegsmarine Wehrmacht eagle. On each of the shoulders is an epaulette with a sewn-on Arabic numeral "1" indicating his flotilla position has the senior engineering officer. Each cuff has two gilt KM anchor buttons with an adjustable leather strap. The exterior is in excellent plus condition. The interior is wool lined for warmth. There is a single machine sewn cloth tag that indicates the Arabic numeral "2" indicating the size ( medium). Matching in size and condition are the leather foul weather pants. The interior of the foul weather pants displays a single factory sewn cloth tag. Offered separate of the named and tailored reefer coat and trousers at $1650. For the complete listing see the Collectors Connection section. More Photos

Kriegsmarine tropical shorts

1611U2 - Kriegsmarine tropical shorts. Mint un-issued. Tan cotton shorts as warn by Kriegsmarine personnel in the Mediterranean theater. Size and date are well marked along the interior waistline. $450. More Photos

Kriegsmarine Oberleutnant reefer coat

168U1 - Kriegsmarine Oberleutnant reefer coat. This coat features a Kriegsmarine offer eagle over the right breast area. The coat further displays two sets of loops in the area of the left side. On each of the sleeves are two rows of gilt bullion rank braid indicating the rank of Oberleutnant. Above the two rows is a single bullion star indicating the officer was assigned to a vessel for sea duty. The interior displays the tailor's lable "Niemann -Lappe, Kiel.- $2500. More Photos

Kriegsmarine engine room black leather 1942 dated jacket

1511U4 - Kriegsmarine engine room black leather 1942 dated jacket. Black leather jackets were worn by Kriegsmarine crew members who worked in engine rooms. This jacket has a front closure with gilded anchor buttons. The Prag maker's label is dated 1942. These jackets were later utilized by panzer troops after the Kriegsmarine had limited use for them. $850. More Photos

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Civil & Political Uniforms

Complete and original NSKK officer's brownshirt uniform with kepi, blouse, breeches

- Complete and original NSKK officer's brownshirt uniform with kepi, blouse, breeches, tie, whistle, cross strap, tie pin, dagger, belt, boots. All aluminum flatwire insignia. Brownshirt and kepi display RZM tags. Ribbon bar, SA sport badge and party pin included. Boots display normal period wear. All insignia is original to the kepi and shirt. NSKK dagger is displays original black paint to finish. Not a repainted SA. The wood grip is in perfect condtion as is the blade showing near 100% crossgraining. Suggested offering price $5500. More Photos

Polizei breeches

1611U6 - Polizei breeches. Mint condition, un-issued. Polizei blue wool. Interior presents size stamps, dated 44 with RBN number. Size 36.0 waist x 26.0 inseam. $450. More Photos

Mint un-issued SA cotton brown shirt

166U6 - Mint un-issued SA cotton brown shirt. This light brown pull-over shirt features two detachable matching collars. One of the collars is stamped P L 1 39. The second collar is likewise stamped but the "9" is faintly visible. The sleeves end with French cuffs. The collar attaches to the shirt with a single stud. The shirt is unmarked.$425. More Photos

SA-Stiefelhose ( breeches)

135U1 - SA-Stiefelhose ( breeches). These medium brown wool breeches feature two vertical flap scalloped pockets that are secures with a brown plastic buttons. The front fly is closed with six ( two at the waistline) matching machine sewn brown plastic buttons. There are three buttons along the waistline for attachment of braces. One of four is missing. At the end of each pant leg is a single buttonhole and drawstrings for adjustment. The buttons are not present which leads me to believe these breeches are not only mint but un-issed. At each side is a cinch belt for waistline adjustment. There is a single scalloped buttoned pocket on the seat. The interior is partially lined with gray cotton fabric. There is a single stamp "24"stamped along the waistline. A RZM tag indicating the manufacturer's code is sewn to the underside of the rear pocket. The breeches measure approxiamtely 30 (wait) x 25.0 inches ( inseam). The overall condition is Mint. $450 . More Photos

SA cloth lederhosen

133U2 - SA cloth "lederhosen" (for "Hochland" Shirt) Brushed mustard-tan cotton w/raised white edging (now aged to "cream" color) to simulate traditional chamois shorts, top of rear waist cut in wide "V", front flap, pair of side pockets and knife pocket on right side; unbleached (?) cotton fabric waistband (very small tag w/red "40") and pocket bags; simulated stag horn buttons; Used but very sound; Excellent Excellent. $150.00 . More Photos

NSDAP breeches

1211U2 - NSDAP "Stiefelhose" (breeches) . These medium brown wool breeches feature two vertical flap scalloped pockets that are secures with a NSDAP gilt button with a party eagle. The front fly is closed with five matching machine sewn brown plastic buttons. There is a double row of brown plastic buttons circumventing the waistline for attachment of braces. At the end of each pant leg are seven buttons for sizing the calf portion inside the high boots. At each side is a cinch belt for waistline adjustment. There is a single scalloped buttoned pocket on the seat. The interior is partially lined with gray cotton fabric. There is a single stamp "48" indicating size. A RZM tag indicating the manufacturer's code is sewn to the underside of one of the front pockets. The overall condition is excellent. $350. More Photos

Eastern Peoples officials tunic with black trousers

1209U8 - Eastern Peoples officials tunic with black trousers. This un-issued tunic features medium brown wool with a darker brown collar. The front is closed with four Eastern Peoples stylized buttons featuring the Diplomatic style eagle and swastika above a wreath. These buttons also secure the two pleated breast pockets and two npn-pleated hip pockets. Above the French cuffs is silver rayon piping. The stitches that once held the maker's tag are still visible beneath the row of buttons that close the front. The exterior fabric is free of mothing and stains. Is lined with a light colored purple rayon. The only marking is a size "58" stamp. Accompanying the tunic is a pair of black riding breeches that display a re-enforced seat. The black wool breeches have two side vent pockets and a single rear flap button pocket. There is also a smaller watch pocket located at the front. The fly is secured using five plastic buttons. Around the waistline are postioned belt loops. There are also buttons for attaching braces. The interior waistline is umarked. At the end of each pant leg are zippers as opposed to the standard buttons and laces. Rare. $1750. More Photos

Reichs Arbeit Dienst (RAD) officer greatcoat

1011U9 - Reichs Arbeit Dienst (RAD) officer greatcoat. This high quality full length greatcoat features a dark brown wool felt collar with a double breasted front with two rows of matching pebbled aluminum buttons. On each shoulder there is a matching set of RAD officer shoulder boards indicating the rank of Arbeitsfuhrer. The interior is lined with brown/tan artificial silk. The tailor label is sewn on the inside pocket. The 1940 dated nametag indicates the owner's name as Specht. The interior displays a dagger opening for the wear of the RAD leader's dagger. This officer grade wool greatcoat has no staining but a couple of minor moth nips on the right sleeve elbow area. These do not detract from the overall excellent appearance of this quality coat. Rare. $800. More Photos

SA Steifelhose (breeches style) pants

1011U3 - SA Steifelhose (breeches style) pants. This mint un-issued pair of breeches made of SA brown heavy wool features two front vertical slash button pockets with a small watch pocket. All brown buttons are present. The fly is secured by six buttons with one absent. All eight (8) brace buttons along the exterior waistline are present. At the sides are two cinch belts for adjustment. The rear displays a single button flap pocket. At the end of each tapered pant leg are tie strings with both present. The interior waistband is size stamped 98 1/2 . A SA RZM tag is machine sewn to the underside of the rear pocket. Small size waist. Mint. $500. More Photos

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Uniform Accessories

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187SS3 -SS Zivilabzeichen stickpin made by Hoffstatter, Bonn. Worn by SS members when in civilian clothes. Pin is numbered 1801 on the reverse. $400.  More Photos

187U1 -Very rare Leibstandarte LAH bandsman drummer belt and y-strap combination. This rare set is nicely RZM, SS stamped and dated. Very rare. $3500.  More Photos

187U2 -Waffen SS leather belt with two K98 ammunination pouches. $750.  More Photos

187U3 -Rare SS bandsman swallowtail set. One displays RZM tag. Excellent condition aluminum borders. Includes bandsman sleeve insignia badge. $750.  More Photos

187U4 -Waffen SS officer's brocade belt. This belt displays the alternating SS runics and oak leaf design in the aluminum thread exterior. The interior is lined with dark green velvet. The RZM tag is present. Large size excellent condition. $1350.  More Photos

187U5 -Waffen SS belt and buckle set. Aluminum buckle is marked RZM 822/38. $950.  More Photos

187U6 -Leibstandarte set of two belt loops with D rings. RZM and SS marked. $500.  More Photos

187U7 -Early SS nickle silver belt buckle by Overhoff & Cie Ludenshied. $750.  More Photos

187U8 -Near Mint SS NCO/Enlisted belt buckle. Unmarked and retains near 100% of its aluminum paint finish. $650.  More Photos

187U10 -Waffen SS officer belt with seldom seen Emil Juttner of Ludenshield buckle upgraded from NCO. Due to the high attrition rate amongst Waffen SS officers, it was common that NCO’s were promoted to fill their ranks, This belt shows the characteristics one would expect to see in altering the leather belt to accommodate an offer’s zinc buckle. $2250. More Photos

181B8 -Army pebbled, worn condition -$85. . More Photos

181B7 - Army pebbled aluminum, nicely maker marked. - $95. . More Photos

181B1 - Army front plate for belt. $50 . More Photos

Pebbled aluminum buckle

1612B1 - Pebbled aluminum buckle. AWS marked. Approximately 3 x 2 inches. $40. More Photos

Army dress brocade belt buckle and brocade aluminum belt strap

162B11 - Army dress brocade belt buckle and brocade aluminum belt strap (unmarked). $400. More Photos

181B4 -Waffen SS nco/enlisted aluminum belt buckle with RZM code. - $500. . More Photos

181B3 -Luftwaffe 1st model aluminum. -$80. . More Photos

181B2 -Luftwaffe 2nd model aluminum.- $90. . More Photos

Scarce Kriegsmarine gray finished steel ( unmarked) buckle

162B5 - Scarce Kriegsmarine gray finished steel ( unmarked) buckle. Leather strap is ink stamped BAX KM and dated 1943.Stamped size 95. More Photos

181B11 -RAD nco/enlisted , aluminum. - $85. . More Photos

181B10 - Hitler Youth , aluminum -$85. . More Photos

181B9 -Hitler Youth, nickel -$135. . More Photos

181B6 -Police nco/enlisted, aluminum. -$100. . More Photos

181B5 -Police nco/enlisted steel buckle. -$125. . More Photos

NSDAP Political leader leather belt with double claw pebbled buckle

171B2 - NSDAP Political leader leather belt with double claw pebbled buckle. Nicely stamped with RZM maker KERNSTRUCK. Dated 1935. Also with runic stamp. Measures full 44.0 inches for full use being a large size belt. Tan brown leather shows age but is in overall excellent condition. $300. More Photos

Stahlhelm veterans organization steel buckle ( unmarked) with leather strap

162B10 - Stahlhelm veterans organization steel buckle ( unmarked) with leather strap. $165.00. More Photos

Jungdeutscher Orden brass buckle and leather strap

162B8 - Jungdeutscher Orden brass buckle and leather strap. This organization was the youth group of the Stahlhelm . Youths entered the Stahlhelm at age 20. $140. More Photos

Forestry officials belt buckle by Assmann

149B1 - Forestry officials belt buckle by Assmann. This aluminum round buckle features a wreathed state eagle. The eagle displays typical outstanding detail evident in Assmann pieces. The reverse features the Assmann "A", DRGM and dated 37. Both keepers are present. $350. More Photos

SA parade dress leather belt and buckle

1201B1 - SA parade dress leather belt and buckle. The parade dress leather belt strap is in near mint condition.having no wear to the high quality leather. The highly silvered finished buckle displays minor surface scratches. The reverse of the buckle is stamped RZM KH M4/49. The brown leather strap measures a full 38 inches. The tongue to which the buckle attaches is stamped "LUNESTSCHLOSS SOLIGEN KERNSTRUCK". Rare. $375. More Photos

PSA leader's open claw belt with SA RZM paper tag

1201B2 - PSA leader's open claw belt with SA RZM paper tag. This rare to find belt features an Assmann marked open claw buckle. The reverse of the buckle is stamped "A RZM M5/289 U". The leather strap displays mild age and wear and retains its suppleness and brown finish. The interior is stamped on the leather foldover that secures the buckle " RZM L2/338/41 ". Also affixed to the inside of the strap is a paper SA RZM tag marked "SA Liebriemen … RZM Reichszeugmeisterei der NSDAP A No. 468359 ". The leather strap measures a full 44 inches. Very rare. $400. More Photos

RAD officer's brocade dress belt with buckle

1012B1 - RAD officer's brocade dress belt with buckle. This rare example features a Reichs Arbeit Dienst officer's Assmann marked buckle. The silver alumnum brocade is in excellent condition. The length of the belt is marked 95 (cm). $850. More Photos

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085u32 - SA Standard Bearer's belt and buckle. This rare combination features a silver plated SA buckle with a green felt backed black leather belt. The buckle shows very light surface wear, it is unmarked and is in excellent condition. This type of belt was worn for ceremonial purposes. The leather belt is black and has very minor age crazing and is green felt backed indicating use for "dress" purposes. Rare. $325. More Photos

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084u35 - Kriegsmarine aluminum gold anodized parade enlisted belt buckle. Reverse marked R.S.&S in raised letters. Though most of the gold anodized finish has worn, this is rare buckle. $335.  More Photos

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092FE1 - Army officer's cavalry spurs. These cavalry spurs would look good with a pair of high riding boots. $165. More Photos

German Army Mountain boots ( bergschuhe)

144FE1 - German Army Mountain boots ( bergschuhe). These rare square toe, ankle high black leather boots feature seven eyelets with the original leather laces. The exterior leather is in exceptional condition. The sole of each boot displays an intricate pattern of iron cleats ideal for mountain wear. Each sole instep is incised with Arabic numeral "40" and "8". The leather lined interior of each boot is stamped with a double-headed eagle/W.A./K.P/1937 "D", "H' and over-stamped/incised "2./G.N.A.67" 9 2nd Kompanie, Gebirgsnachtrichten Abteilung 67 ( 2, Gebirgsdivision ). This pair was originally issued by the Austrian Army and later re-issued through the Wehrmacht. The condition is Mint-issued but unworn. $799. More Photos

German officer or NCO cavalry boots

095FE9 - German officer or NCO cavalry boots. These boots feature the extra lip of leather at the heel that were used for the support and attachment of spurs. These heavy leather boots show honest period wear. One of the internal pull-up straps is missing. The soles have cleats that offered protection in the toe and heel areas. $325. More Photos

Detachable pebbled aluminum buttons by Asman

132UA9 - Detachable pebbled aluminum buttons by Asman (set of 5) $15 a piece. More Photos

Gebirgsjäger Lace-up Gaiters

133UA4 - Gebirgsjäger Lace-up Gaiters; pair, lace-up; olive-green water repellent fabric with light brown leather trim, dark brown leather interior seam reinforcements and instep straps; six metal hooks and 2 eyelets. Used, Excellent $225.00 . More Photos

Polizei lace-up gaiters

133UA3 - Polizei lace-up gaiters. This set of Polizei lace-ups are made of green-orange water repellent fabric (interior marked "Gr. 9") with dark brown leather fittings, metal speed lace hooks and buckles painted reddish-brown enamel. One gaiter has its thin brown leather lace. Unissued, Mint. $225.00. More Photos

Gebirgsjäger Ski mittens

133UA2 - Gebirgsjäger Ski mittens, pair. This pair is dark olive-green HBT with dark gray leather thumb reinforcement and dark tan HBT wrist straps with adjustable buckles. There is a wood toggle to secure mittens together. Near Mint. $120.00 . More Photos

Gebirgsjäger Winter gauntlet mittens

133UA1 - Gebirgsjäger Winter gauntlet mittens; pair. This pair features light gray fabric and is wool lined e with elasticized wrists and cuffs. The mitts have articulated thumbs and right hand trigger finger. Number "2" indicating medium size is lightly stamped in the palm of each glove. Used. Excellent Plus condition. $110.00. More Photos

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