A Justizbeamte Strafvollzugsdienst Hauptwachtmeister (1942-45) Dienstbluse. It is constructed out of multiple pieces of stitched together forest green wool. The front of the tunic has four scalloped pockets with gilded pebbled buttoned flaps, the two chest pockets are pleated. The placket has six gilded pebbled buttons. The reverse tail flap features two gilded pebbled belt ramps. The collar, French style cuffs, placket and tail are all piped in green. The Officer/Senior NCO rank collar tabs are machine stitched on. They are constructed out of a buckram base that is covered in a light green wool with a stitched on bullion strips and surrounded in a twisted bullion piping. The Hauptwachtmeiste rank shoulder boards are the slip-on type. They are constructed out of a cardboard base that is covered in a green wool backing, with a stitched on Russian braid yellow, and green rayon covered cotton string, which is underneath three rank pips to each and attached with a pebbled gilded button to the other end. The one shoulder board is missing a pip and the one collar tab has some mothing. The interior is lined in a black silk-rayon with separate grey, red and black lined arms. The interior tail has a tear in it. It is a small-medium size. A rare tunic to see!
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