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    Luftwaffe Leather Flight Jacket

    Hi all, I've listed this jacket on the e-stand, and have been asked if there is a thread about it. I KNOW that it's been discussed before, but I think it was within another member's thread, as I cannot find it. I remember the question of the left handed zipper coming up, and the European collectors saying that was perfectly normal to see on European coats. If anyone can add to that it would be appreciated.

    PRYM snaps and RITSCH zippers.
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                  Give us a shot of the lining.........
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                  Looking for an original Luft pilot's 'Sichtfahne' or yellow silk signal flag (not the pole) for air-sea rescue.

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                    The exterior looks right as rain but I agree we need to see the inner lining as well.


                    Gary
                    YOU CAN NEVER HAVE TOO MUCH RED WINE, TOO MANY BOOKS, OR TOO MUCH AMMUNITION.
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                      #11
                      Sure Harry, thanks guys... Simple black rayon, body and sleeves... Inner breast pocket with a leather flap button closure...
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                      Last edited by Johann Anton; 06-24-2008, 04:41 PM.

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