NVA officer's collar tabs, infantry, surplus
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NVA peaked cap, officer's, surplus
If you ever thought about buying a good visor cap for everyday use, you should consider this East German model. It certainly is at least more progressive than the decadent Western equivalents! This is the officer model.
Wehrmacht NCO Tresse, silver, repro, per meter
Every German NCO in WW2 had this silvery strip of fabric sewn on his jacket collat. Better not wear NCO shoulder boards without this!
NVA officer's metal cockade, surplus
A large and pompous metal cockade with the East German coat of arms. A very ostalgic character could stick this in every piece of headwear he/she owns. On some of these time has eaten the revolution red colour of the centerpiece, but you could just paint it there again to restore the cockade to its former (questionable) glory.
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NVA side cap, wool, enlisted men, surplus
East German enlisted mens side cap. Made of gray wool cloth. Complete with cockade.
NVA leather belt, black, surplus
The East German leather belt is made with the same basic operating principle as the Wehrmacht model, but the clasp buckle attachment is the other way around. This means that these are not compatible with Wehrmacht buckles/belts.
NVA epaulettes, parade, private, infantry
NVA parade epaulettes were mainly used at the barracks, parades and at the office. Epaullettes are the base on which rosettes were placed to represent rank. Unissued.
NVA officer's breeches, surplus
From the remains of the DDR comes another amazing relic, NVA officer's breeches. These are traditional German style breeches and made of surprisingly high quality stone gray gabardine style fabric.
NVA Parade sword, reproduction
Reproduction of the East German parade sword. Complete with sheath.
NVA fabric cockade
A small fabric cockade with the East German coat of arms. Genuine NVA issue.
East German Nationale Volksarmee collar tabs for an infantry officer's tunic. A hefty pair, these bring some weight to your collar! Very much like the WW2 Wehrmacht tabs, apparently the post-war communists of the DDR were right at home with these too.
Genuine NVA surplus. Some of these have been on a tunic but all are good and clean.