Lot 5275

An uniform ensemble for an army chaplain

International Military History from 1919 | A89r | Live auction | 900 Lots

Description

Garrison cap of fine field-grey cloth with silver piping and pale golden silk lining with leather front. National eagle woven in silver, underneath it the characteristic Gothic crucifix for a military chaplain in metal and a purple soutache chevron above the cockade embroidered in silver. Light, unlined summer field tunic for officers with dark green collar and sewn field-grey buttons, no loops/visible outlines of shoulder boards. Hand-sewn breast eagle embroidered in silver on dark green background, purple collar patches with double braiding embroidered in silver and purple interweaves. Silver-plated pectoral cross with later suspension cord.
All items visibly worn, faded, partly with moth holes.

Condition: II - III Questions about the lot?

General Information

The auction includes 904 lots and starts on Wednesday, June 2, 2021 at 10 am (CET). Lot no. 5001 - 5904. The pre-sale view will take place from 19 - 22 May, 25, 29 and 31 May 2021. However, the number of participants for both auction and viewing is limited due to Covid-19 restrictions and requires an appointment. Prior to any visit please check our website - we'll up.