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sftrooper86,

I agree whith Cahrles on the tunic being Bulgarian WWII. I have one very similar to your but without the excellent awards. Very nice tunic and welcome in any collection I am sure.

Charles,

Either I forgot, or didn't know that you had posted your WWII Hungarian tunics on the GMIC. Superb reference material. Thanks for listing the URL. See you later this morning.

Regards,

Gordon

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sftrooper86,

I agree whith Cahrles on the tunic being Bulgarian WWII. I have one very similar to your but without the excellent awards. Very nice tunic and welcome in any collection I am sure.

Charles,

Either I forgot, or didn't know that you had posted your WWII Hungarian tunics on the GMIC. Superb reference material. Thanks for listing the URL. See you later this morning.

Regards,

Gordon

Hello & Thanks Gordon,

Do you by chance have any contacts for a visor cap to complete this outfit? I dont know anyone who deals in Bulgarian.

Thanks,

Vince

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Hello & Thanks Gordon,

Do you by chance have any contacts for a visor cap to complete this outfit? I dont know anyone who deals in Bulgarian.

Thanks,

Vince

Hi Vince,

Thought I'd pop in here. I've dealt for years with Boyan Savov (goes by BOU on Ebay). I'll PM you with his site link. He specializes in Bulgarian but does carry some other countries militaria as well. He may either have or could possibly get you what you need but no idea what it would run. As with most such countries militaria Bulgarian has gone up over the last few years... and I believe this is especially the case with WWII items.

Anyhow hope this helps. :beer:

Dan :cheers:

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