4 375 $
Extremely rare covercote tunic in excellent collectible condition. Sheathed with the original buttonholes of a junior military technician of the Red Army Military Communications Service (black velvet buttonholes with blue edging). There is a chipped enamel on one of the cubes. The collar of the tunic is stand-up and turn-down with a clasp for two hooks and loops. The front section of the tunic is covered with a strap and has a hidden clasp on the codpiece — three buttons. The bottom of the plank ends with a toe and is attached with transverse lines. On the chest there are two patch pockets with three-piece flaps, with a clasp for one uniform button. The sleeves are double—seam, with two folds at the bottom, with split cuffs, with a clasp for two uniform buttons. The tunic has a blue edging on the collar and cuffs. The belt shown in the photo is not included in the kit. Size 48. Guarantee of authenticity. It was introduced by Order of the People's Commissar of Defense of the USSR No. 165 of August 31, 1936. Canceled by order of the People's Commissar of Defense of the USSR No. 25 of January 15, 1943. It is practically not found in such preservation.
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