WWII German Army Sonderführer Tunic and Breeches Grouping-This consists of a Model 1936 tunic and a set of breeches for an army sonderführer. The tunic is produced in soft field grey wool. There is minor discoloration and wear along with a few period repairs. There are four pleated pockets with scalloped flaps. There is a five-button closure. The buttons are grey finished pebbled metal with the finish partially intact. The grey finish is correct for a civil servant type uniform such as this. The collar is also grey; it is missing the collar tabs. The slip-on shoulder boards are for a Sonderführer rank of 2nd Lt. The officer breast eagle has been post-war reapplied. It is a handsome silver bullion over dark green wool example. There are loops on the breast pocket for two awards. There is a small ribbon bar for the war merit cross. The ribbon bar goes through a set of loops. The interior is fully lined in brownish gold rayon. It has some discoloration and wear plus a few repairs. There is a single pocket on the left side. The tunic is a size medium. The breeches are grey wool. They have minor discoloration and wear only. There are zippered leg closures. There are slash type hip pockets, a watch fob pocket, and two buttoned rear pockets. There is a four button fly with two additional buttons at the waist. Only three of the buttons for the suspenders are present. The rear center seam of the breeches has been opened up, possibly to better fit a mannequin. The pocket bags are produced in black rayon. The interior reinforcements are purple cloth. The waist measures a size 30. The legs are 37 inches long. Good condition overall!