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A World War Two Polish battledress P36 uniform jacket, made in 1941 (Size 12). made of wool, single-row fastened with four buttons and a buckle at the bottom, fastened from left to right of the uniform. Collar with a characteristic pointed stitching with sewn-on green pennants, through which a navy blue line passes. On the shoulders on both sides 2.5 cm below the shoulder stitching, there are red POLAND title patche (one is loose), on the left shoulder a rectangular identification mark of the 4th Grenadier Division, in the form of a grenade garnet, embroidered with a bait and colored threads. Serial shoulder pads with metal number 3 (3rd Motor Artillery Regiment). Visible braided rope in green-navy blue, hung under the left sleeve. Black beret with an eagle sewn in the middle, embroidered with bullion metal thread on a navy blue material. Below the eagle, one silver vertical bar (senior private).
Beautiful uniform of the rare unit, 3rd Motorized Artillery Regiment which was part of the 4th Grenadier Division. Visible damage in the form of cavities and small moth holes, one “Poland” patch is loose , one sleeve also has a rip along the stitching. A set of worthy of every collection.