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WWII Nazi German Wehrmacht Artillery EM/NCO'S Collar Tabs With Original Price Tag Kragenpatten
Item #: FRJ205
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September 1935 pattern, machine woven, rayon construction collar tabs feature light, field-gray litzen with an interwoven dark, blue/green center stripe and bright red branch of service stripes. The collar tabs are machine stitched to blue/green badge cloth bases, which are mounted on a light buckram backings and still retaining the original price tag. 
The use of collar ornamentation on military uniforms was utilized by numerous assorted nations with the main function being the indication of the wearers rank and/or branch of service. During the Third Reich era collar tabs for EM/NCO ranks underwent at least five minor alterations with the main modification being in the material and coloration utilized. Originally, (Circa January 1933-September 1935), EM/NCO’s utilized the Weimar Reichswehr, (National Defence Force, Circa 1919-1933), era collar tabs until a new pattern was introduced on September 10TH 1935. The EM/NCO style collar tabs were worn in matching pairs by the ranks of Soldat to Stabsfeldwebel inclusively. The different branches of service within the German army were allocated a specific, identifying, waffenfarbe, (Branch of Service Color), with bright red being chosen for Artillerie, (Artillery), personnel which was generally displayed on the collar tabs.
Shipping Weight: 0.6 lb
Your Price $85.00 USD