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Kriegsmarine feldgrau tunics

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I would like to start this tread for all of you that want to share pictures of your KM-KA feldgrau tunics, any model, material, ...

I'm going to start with this officer one.

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An other one the was in my collection and now is with a good friend ...

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An other one the was in my collection and now is with a good friend ...

Eduardo D.:

I am working on my 'good friend' status . :D Thank you for shaing tunics with us, excellent examples.

Best regards, John

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I would like to start this tread for all of you that want to share pictures of your KM-KA feldgrau tunics, any model, material, ...

I'm going to start with this officer one.

Eduardo D.:

I only wish had a KM-KA feldgrau tunic in my collection to contribute to your post. I look forward to following this thread.

Best regards,

John

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Here another one with the maker label, from Holland, still stitchs in the arm.

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Hello all, my moleskin officer tunic.

 

 

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Eduardo,

 

As always, a fantastic condition of your tunics.

 

Is it possible to show a close-up of the maker label from Holland ?

 

Thanks

 

Best regards

 

Eric-Jan

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Eduardo:

 

Keep the tunics coming, most excellent examples. As always, thank you for sharing with the forum.

 

Please, I just want one of your tunics to find its way into my collection.  :love:

 

Best regards,

John

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Eduardo:

 

Keep the tunics coming, most excellent examples. As always, thank you for sharing with the forum.

 

Please, I just want one of your tunics to find its way into my collection.  :love:

 

Best regards,

John

 

John, for sure if I will move one of them you will be the first option  :thumbup: 

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Eric-Jan / Bart, this is the label stitched on the cuff, a friend from Holland told me that it was writting in Dutch, and inside is marked N.C.I. (Nederlands ... ???) I have an other KA tunic with this very same marker mark.

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Hi Eduardo,

 

Congratulations with your Dutch made tunic.

 

Some information to your tunic.

The marking N.C.I. stands for Nederlandsche Confectie Industrie (Nederlandsche is the older version of Nederlandse, the location I was able to find was Amsterdam, with two clothing workshops located in de Willbrordusstraat and de Karel du Jardinstraat).

 

Fac. - Factuur - Invoice.

Maat - Size.

Lengte - Length.

Kleur - Colour.

 

Best regards

 

Eric-Jan

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Eric-Jan, thanks for the info, I've been looking for the N.C.I. meaning for a while :thumbup: Everything matchs with what I thought about it

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Great tunics, Eduardo.

 

Interesting to see the B.A.W. stamp there too. So this one was not a private purchased one but an officially made tunic. Then shipped to Germany, Wilhelmshaven - got it´s stamp there and then was issued to the new owner.

First time that i noticed tunics being officially made outside Germany.

 

Many thanks for sharing.

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Hello, NCO drill duty jacket with non-regulated rank tress, litzens, shoulderboards and eagle  ... i love it :squint:

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Hello, NCO drill duty jacket with non-regulated rank tress, litzens, shoulderboards and eagle  ... i love it :squint:

Very nice Eduardo.Is there any lable inside?

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Eduardo, my biggest wish is a KM feldgrau tunic for a sanitäter...I am sure you will be the one I will ask for advice when it will be the time for this purchase..

 

Thanks for showing these beautiful tunics..!!..they leave me slightly envious on your collection.. :sleep:  ..but in a "nice" way..

 

Regards,

Hans Kristian

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Very nice Eduardo.Is there any lable inside?

 

Morten, it has a stamp inside but as it's an issue piece no labels of any kind.

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