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Here's a really nice technical or artillerie style tunic for a leutnant of a Flieger unit.

This may have been a feld-artillerie tunic but the shoulder boards appear to me originally applied as I see no evidence of replacement.

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A very nice officers tunic for Grenadier-Regiment Königin Olga (1. Württembergisches) Nr. 119

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Charles

Since you started with an officer's field artillery waffenrock, I'll add this one: Grossherzogl. Artilleriekorps, 1. Grossherzogl. Hess.Feldartillerie-Regt. Nr. 25

Dave

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This is still one of my favorite tunics: Leibgarde-Infantrie-Rgt. (1. Grossherzogl. Hessisches) Nr. 115. This tunic was definately used as a field uniform...

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Here is one that could possibly be identified, based on the number of awards he recieved: A Hauptmann from the Bavarian Infanterie-Leib-Rgt. wearing a strange combination of a 1910 waffenrock and 1916 Friedensrock components.

Dave

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Hello Dave, very nice to hear from you. Your tunics are extremely nice.

That Bavarian is a real winner

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Thanks for the comments. Here are a few more 1910 waffenrocks from other elite infantry regiments (left to right):

Fusilier-Regt. von Gerdsdorff (Kurhessisches) Nr. 80, Grenadier-Regt. Konigin Olga (1. Wurttembergisches) Nr. 119, Konigl. Sachs. 1.(Leib-)Grenadier-Regt. Nr. 100, 1. BadischesLeib-Grenadier-Regt. Nr. 109

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David has only top shelf militaria.

You can say that again... makes me feel like packing my jackets in a box and hiding them under the bed... :-(...

Just kidding, indeed... those are some fantastic items!

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Christophe

The tunic is named to Hptmn Hans Zeidler. He died in July of 1915. I have been trying to find a photo of him for a while.

Dave

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Beautiful tunic

You guys are so lucky I've owned one in the last 25yrs now they appear to be out of reach for us scrubbers.

Eric

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I'd love to find a nice M-1910 tunic, unfortunately none of my lady friends are that rich. Their hubby's bank accounts have limits. :( Someday maybe.

Actually you dudes have corrupted me greatly. Before coming here I was only a Luger collector. :violent:

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