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Army Infantry Four Pocket "Walking Out" Tunic
Item #: 633102W
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1935 pattern Four Pocket Army Infantry NCO Walking Out Tunic. Nice early pre-war Tunic in fine condition. This is a Private Purchase tunic made in light green doeskin wool. This is the four pocket pattern with French Cuffs and 8 buttons. The button edges are both piped in White with a nice crisp look. The dark green collar is in nice condition and lined with tress. There is some minor wear to the back of the collar tress but not bad. The collar also has two early flat wire Bullion Infantry collar tabs. There is a nice bright flat wire bullion NCO eagle over the pocket. The Eagle may have been replaced at one time as the stitching is through the liner but they does not always hold true. The Shoulder Boards are for a Feldwebel in the 102nd Infantry Regiment Company 13 with the numbered buttons. The Tunic overall is in very nice condition with just some minor soiling to the bottom front. There are no loops on the pocket but there are two tiny poke holes where a sports badge was probably on. They are very small holes and don't detract from the appearance. There interior lining remains really nice with just one small wear spot to the bottom edge. There is a Private Purchase custom Taylor tag at the bottom of the collar. Overall a very nice Infantry tunic that is not mint but will display well with a great look.
Shipping Weight: 2 lbs
 $725.00 USD