WW2 Era Officer and Enlisted Uniforms
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M 1935 Service Gimnasterka Tunic of an NKVD Police Sergeant, 1936-39. Exceptionally rare example of an original pre-WW2 uniform of the Soviet law enforcement. Medium sized (about 42R).
M 1943 gimnasterka field shirt for a woman in heavy wool gabardine.
M 1943 "Victory Parade" dress tunic of an Automobile Troops Lieutenant, circa 1943-47. Size about a US 36. A very handsome and uncommon uniform featuring silver "spools" on the cuffs, in very good to excellent condition.
M 1943 Kitel for a cadet of an Artillery Special Military High School (boarding prep school for military academy), 1943-1945. This tunic is very similar to an M 43 officer tunic with one major difference: it is made in cotton fabric rather than wool. The shoulder boards are special narrow type used only by the school cadets. In very small size appropriate for a school age boy of the period. An exceptionally rare and interesting piece!
Artillery or Tank Corps officer breeches, circa 1950s. Essentially identical to WW2 issue.
Leaf Pattern camouflage smock, unissued condition.
Soviet Air Force pilot's leather coat, circa 1930s / WW2. Black leather, full length, with a sturdy cotton liner. Medium size, approximately US size 38.
Military Aviator's Leather Flight Jacket, circa mid 1940s - early 50s. Clearly copied from the American A-2 but all Soviet made. Size Medium / Large. Fine quality, extremely uncommon WW2 - early Cold War piece in excellent condition.