WWII German Army Artillery Other Ranks Waffenrock and Breeches-The waffenrock is in great condition, having just minor wear and discoloration from use. Each of the cuffs had either a cuff title or some sort of alteration at some point. There is an eight button closure and all buttons are silver finished pebbled metal. Both edges of the closure seam are piped in red as is the front and lower edge of the dark green badge cloth collar, the edge of the dark green badge cloth French cuffs and the scallops of the tail. The originally applied collar tabs are red badge cloth with bright silver tresse columns. The sew in shoulder boards are dark green badge cloth with red piping. They are for a gefreiter and are also originally applied. The breast eagle is a handsome machine embroidered example in white over green. It has been REAPPLIED during the period. The cuff bands are identical to the collar tabs, just a bit smaller of course. The interior is fully lined in green rayon that is in fine condition. There is a waist band with plated metal buckle and a single pocket on the left side. It is a size small. The private purchase breeches are produced in a bit darker green wool. They are excellent with only one tiny moth hole. They are named to "D. Mohr" and dated "September 39". Officer's pattern. The tailor was "Wilhelm Holters Berlin". The tag is originally applied by machine. A nice quality pair of breeches with all buttons applied. The waist is a size 32 and they are 39” in length. A very nice set!