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ENLISTED MAN’S INFANTERIE-REGIMENT Nr 8 TUNIC – BAVARIA

SKU: 15-558

$450.00

This is an enlisted man’s tunic from Königl. Bavarian Infanterie-Regiment Grossherzog Friedrich II of Baden Nr 8. The Regiment was founded in 1753. It was garrisoned at Metz and assigned to the Bavarian II. Armeekorps. The tunic is of the prewar blue variety. It has eight gilt buttons down its center, with a red trim line extending to the tunic’s bottom. Each cuff is trimmed in red and sports a further three buttons. The collar is red. Attached to the tunic are two red shoulder straps that display the regimental number (“8”) embroidered to each strap. One of the straps has a small gilt button with an “8,” which indicates Kompagnie Nr 8. The other button is missing. Some moth damage shows on both shoulder straps. [The photos that accompany the description will show it]. On the reverse’s vent area are a further four gilt buttons. The tunic’s left side has scattered moth tracking and nips, which also can be seen in other more limited places. We also see places where the buttons were moved at some point. If they were moved by the original owner, he lost a considerable amount of weight (the lucky devil). Inside the tunic we see that it was originally a privately-purchased example. No depot markings are evident. The liner is a handsome red polished cotton.


Description

This is an enlisted man’s tunic from Königl. Bavarian Infanterie-Regiment Grossherzog Friedrich II of Baden Nr 8. The Regiment was founded in 1753. It was garrisoned at Metz and assigned to the Bavarian II. Armeekorps. The tunic is of the prewar blue variety. It has eight gilt buttons down its center, with a red trim line extending to the tunic’s bottom. Each cuff is trimmed in red and sports a further three buttons. The collar is red. Attached to the tunic are two red shoulder straps that display the regimental number (“8”) embroidered to each strap. One of the straps has a small gilt button with an “8,” which indicates Kompagnie Nr 8. The other button is missing. Some moth damage shows on both shoulder straps. [The photos that accompany the description will show it]. On the reverse’s vent area are a further four gilt buttons. The tunic’s left side has scattered moth tracking and nips, which also can be seen in other more limited places. We also see places where the buttons were moved at some point. If they were moved by the original owner, he lost a considerable amount of weight (the lucky devil). Inside the tunic we see that it was originally a privately-purchased example. No depot markings are evident. The liner is a handsome red polished cotton.