Outstanding Heer Generalmajor Named tunicSKU: jprsgmgr
This beautiful Generalmajor tunic was worn by Rene Ritter, who attained the rank of Major General (Generalmajor) of the Heer by April of 1942. He served until September 1942. Ritter was Austrian and was a veteran of WWI. As an Oberstleutnant in 1938 he purchased this tailor made tunic. It bears his name and rank abbreviation (Obstl. Ritter) and matches his position at that time at that rank. He upgraded this to Major General when he was promoted. His bio information is shown in this listing.
The tunic is a fine, lighter weight gabardine wool, with light service wear. The eagle is a beautiful bullion example, and the golden bullion tabs for general officer are finely machined on the collar. The boards are tailor-installed into the shoulder seams. The name tag inside the pocket bears a still strong and clearly visible name and rank for Ritter. A very nice pair of appropriate general’s trousers are included in this sale. This tunic is vetted by the very best experts in the collecting world, and this outfit is absolutely guaranteed for life as the jacket worn by this Heer Generalmajor, Rene Ritter. COA accompanies purchase.
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