WWII German Luftwaffe Named Reserve Officer Gala Tunic-This beautiful private purchase gala blouse is produced in a super soft, top quality blue gray wool that is in excellent condition. There is ever so slight wear in one or two spots. It is double breasted with two rows of four silver finished pebbled metal buttons and a chain linked pair in the middle. The lay down collar is piped at the front and lower edges with a silver bullion twist rope. The sew in boards have a brown underlay that doubles as the piping. There is a secondary underlay of blue which indicates that this was for a reserve officer. The face is silver flat wire and there is a pair of gilt metal pips on each, indicating that this was for a signals captain (hauptmann). There is a bright silver adjutant aiguillette properly affixed. The breast eagle is produced in silver bullion with bright silver highlights. It is a gem and has been neatly hand applied. There are loops for a long ribbon bar plus one badge. The interior is fully lined in blue rayon that is excellent. The sleeves are white rayon. There is a single pocket on the left side. Inside the pocket is a tailor tag with handwritten information. This belonged to a doctor (Schneider?) who at the time of purchase was an oberleutnant (one promotion since that to captain and it indicates “reserve” as well). The date is March of 1938. There is also a large tailor tag in the neck area. The tailor was located in Würzburg. The coat is a size medium. Excellent!