WWII German Army Civil Servant Uniform and Breeches-This is for a very high ranking civil servant, with the military rank equivalent of an oberst (colonel). The insignia is all hand reapplied, but this is a very high quality tailor made piece so it is very fitting. There is very minor discoloration only to the tunic. There is a five button closure and all buttons are field grey finished pebbled metal. There are four pleated pockets with scalloped flaps. The collar tabs are fantastic! They are gold bullion over dark green with red (faded) piping. The shoulder boards are equally impressive, with a matte grey flat wire and green cloth over a green underlay with a secondary underlay of red. There are two gilt finished metal pips on each. The breast eagle is a handsome bullion example with bright silver flat wire highlights. There is a small ribbon bar through two loops above the breast pocket. The interior is fully lined in green rayon that is excellent. There is a waist belt with plated metal clip. There is a slot for an edged weapon but this never had a strap or clip. There are no pockets. The tunic is a size medium. The breeches a also private purchase and excellent quality. They are very clean and all of the buttons are in place. The zippered lower legs function as intended. There is very minor moth damage in a few spots and a small repair. The waist is a size 32 and they are 35” long. Also included is an army office brocade belt and buckle. The brocade is fine with minor wear. The inside wool lining has some moth damage. The leather tongue is stamped with the size in centimeters, 100. The buckle and claw are aluminum and in excellent condition aside from missing the finish. The rig is 41” long. Overall above average condition and an interesting set!