BACKGROUND: German Naval uniforms and headgear were based on traditional designs that date back to the creation of the Prussian Navy in 1848, and although the uniforms and headgear did evolve during the interim years, many items used during the Third Reich would still have been quite recognizable to the Imperial sailor. The blue and white jumper shirts were a staple uniform item for all EM/NCO personnel and followed the basic design of the Imperial German Navy and Reichsmarine blue and white jumper shirts. The white jumper shirts were intended for wear in tropical climates or with the summer walking out dress while the navy blue shirts were utilized for everyday wear.

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: Standard issue, deep navy blue, ribbed melton wool construction pullover style jumper shirt with a subtle ribbed weave, features a V-neck slash opening with an integral, fold back, rectangular collar. All original stitching to the breast eagle, Clerical trade badge and rank chevron. Roughly a size 38" chest. Comes with a matching pair of size 30" KM trousers. Both the shirt and trousers are named to the same sailor. Nice set.

GRADE ****1/4                             PRICE $499.00

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