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Thanks. I like the white summer uniform. Someday, could you post a photo of the back of the guards uniform, so I may see the braid pattern on the back?

Thanks again,

MarkC

Maryland

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Hey, I recently found this listing, claiming to be a tunic of the Royal Guard of the Kingdom of Serbia. The seller also doesn't make it clear which King Peter's guard it was, listed as ''Kingdom of Serbia - Uniform of the Royal Guard RRR''. But when I look at pictures of real tunics the patters are different and they don't match up, does anyone know what this is?

See pictures attached.

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Real King Peter Guard

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