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A couple of Panzer related items that I have, and did a small photo shoot with them a little while back.

The wrap around is a 2nd pattern jacket, that was from the 2nd Panzer Regiment, which became part of the 16th Panzer Division, which

was basically wiped out at Stalingrad in 1943. The regimental numbers on the shoulder straps have been unpicked but easy to see where they

once were. Jacket is from the Erfurt depot and dated 1937.

The Oberleutnant RW style tunic was once worn by a member of Panzer-Aufklärungs-Abteilung 9...

Hope the photos are presentable....






Achtung ...   Panzer !! 001.jpg

Achtung ...   Panzer !! 003.jpg

Achtung ...   Panzer !! 004.jpg

Achtung ...   Panzer !! 005.jpg

Achtung ...   Panzer !! 006.jpg

Achtung ...   Panzer !! 007.jpg

Achtung ...   Panzer !! 008.jpg

Achtung ...   Panzer !! 009.jpg

"Honey, I shrunk the Panther"   :lol: 

Shoulder strap for the Oberleutnant tunic...


Early breast eagle with a high silver content....

Panzer-Aufklärungs-Abteilung 9 tunic 004.JPG

Collar tab...

Panzer-Aufklärungs-Abteilung 9 tunic 003.JPG

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