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    #16
    Originally posted by Jeff V View Post
    Very nice display! It looks good seeing them from early to late!
    Thanks Jeff! Yes, although not complete, I like how it gives a little bit of a timeline on the evolution of the Feldbluse

    Originally posted by cvkueh View Post
    I‘m a bit jealous, as I also own some ... but your collection is much bigger
    Let me know if you have a thread on yours. I have a thread going where I make a new post every time I switch out the entire uniform display. I can only display a fraction of my uniform collection at a time so I rotate the display.

    Originally posted by werner View Post
    Really impressive Todd!

    Thanks Werner!
    Todd
    Seeking photographs of Joachim Tiesler, DKiG Stalingrad, 3rd I.D. (mot.) and Clemens Freiherr von Fürstenberg, DKiG 7th Panzer Division.

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      #17
      Great collection....Thanks for showing !!
      ''Glückliche Sklaven sind die erbittertsten Feinde der Freiheit''

      Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach

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          #19
          Fantastic group of tunics! The color difference between the two
          M44 tunics is interesting, are they the same material?

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            #20
            Originally posted by Normandy View Post
            Fantastic group of tunics! The color difference between the two
            M44 tunics is interesting, are they the same material?
            Thanks!
            The material (wool blended with ersatz fibers) is nearly identical texture and weight. The Feldgrau one is dated '44 (forget which month) and the earthen brown one is dated January '45. Both colors seem to be pretty common among "M44" Feldblusen. Examples also in gabardine material are encountered.
            Todd
            Seeking photographs of Joachim Tiesler, DKiG Stalingrad, 3rd I.D. (mot.) and Clemens Freiherr von Fürstenberg, DKiG 7th Panzer Division.

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              #21
              Thanks for that explanation, very cool to have one
              dated January '45.

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                  #23
                  Wow! Outstanding!!
                  There's hope with a scope!

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                    #24
                    Tod,
                    I'm in agreement with all the others, very nice. I especially like how you have shown the progression of the feldblusen types.

                    Chet
                    Zinc stinks!

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                      #25
                      Exquisite! Thanks for sharing👍

                      Best regards,
                      Jan B.
                      'Arzt und Soldat'

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                        #26
                        Thank-you guys. I am glad you enjoyed taking a look.
                        Todd
                        Seeking photographs of Joachim Tiesler, DKiG Stalingrad, 3rd I.D. (mot.) and Clemens Freiherr von Fürstenberg, DKiG 7th Panzer Division.

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                          #27
                          Very nice!! Are the torso mannequins hollow-backed or do they have front and back? I was thinking of getting the hollow back ones, but worry the tunic would look weird on them.

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                            #28
                            Superb!!
                            From above "AIRBORNE!"

                            Collector of DAK Related Uniforms and Equipment

                            See my collection: http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/foru...d.php?t=201191

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                              #29
                              Originally posted by David J View Post
                              Very nice!! Are the torso mannequins hollow-backed or do they have front and back? I was thinking of getting the hollow back ones, but worry the tunic would look weird on them.
                              Thanks! The examples with the acorn nuts on top of them are hollow back. They are pretty cheap but will accommodate smaller tunics than the full torso forms. It can be difficult to get a belt to stay up on them, but they are necessary for me as I have a number of tunics too small for both the full torso forms and my mannequins.
                              Todd
                              Seeking photographs of Joachim Tiesler, DKiG Stalingrad, 3rd I.D. (mot.) and Clemens Freiherr von Fürstenberg, DKiG 7th Panzer Division.

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                                #30
                                Originally posted by airborne_steve View Post
                                Superb!!
                                Thanks Steve!
                                Todd
                                Seeking photographs of Joachim Tiesler, DKiG Stalingrad, 3rd I.D. (mot.) and Clemens Freiherr von Fürstenberg, DKiG 7th Panzer Division.

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