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WW2 German Police Uniform - Dutch Conversion      
WW2 captured Dutch Uniform converted to a WW2 German Police tunic. During WW2, once Holland was in German hands, the Germans had literally hundreds of thousands of captured Dutch uniforms. They issued them to second line troops and police units. These tunics are not too common to find these days and this one has a full liner. The tunic has modified pockets and the sleeve eagle is a nice original one that appears to be possibly re-sewn. The collar tabs are re-sewn as well, however, still work fine for display. A tunic of this nature is not as common as they use to be and if you are looking for a cheap beginner WW2 German uniform then this is a great starter piece. Overalll worn and used condition with a well marked interior.

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