A very nice shirt purchased from the grandson of a soldier of the 714th Tank Division. This is constructed of tan cotton twill with a five button front closure with the top and bottom being a brown bakelite stitched button. Shirt features two pleated, patch, breast pockets with scalloped flaps with removable buttons. Sleeves have tapering darts and fold back French cuffs with dual removable button closure. Darted horizontal waistband with six stitched in, pebbled steel, RZM marked belt support hooks and single cotton belt loop to reverse center. The right shoulder has a sewn on shoulder strap. The shoulder strap represents the rank of SA-Sturmmann. The lay down collar has two , SA tabs darted on, which are quite correct for the period with later doeskin with the correct piping for this era. Research has indicated this is a post 1941 SA shirt from SA Gruppe Oberrhein- cornflower blue tabs with yellow Piping . Interior waistband and back shoulder yoke lined in white cotton. This is a small shirt with chest measures approximately 38. Shows light/moderate usage and wear with no holes or tears. There is evidence that there was a label on the bottom but it's faded our or lost completely.
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