Tropical breast eagle variant 2

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Description

This product is intended for military-historical reenactment (immersive stydy of history); for creating costumes for theatrical and film, video plays condemning Nazism and fascism; as well as for exhibiting in museums of military history. This product is not propaganda of ideas and criminals convicted by an International Military Tribunal, and should not be used for such a purpose! The photos have been edited in accordance with the requirements of the law.

If you need additional photos of the product, write to us by email or in the messenger.

The insignia is made especially for our store, bear the "Replica" logo and has a smooth geometry and fine details.

The stripes were made as a color test, other colors (the most common and correct) went into the batch. These stripes have the right to life, but are not classics in terms of color. They are sold cheaper.

If you have a uniform of a dark shade, and you do not want the patch to "stick out" on it (or stand out sharply in color), then this option is for you.

The patch is woven with a bluish-gray thread. You can choose the shade of the base to your taste. We offer the following: green or dark sandy shade of the base. The option must be selected from the list next to the Add to cart button. If it's not there, then it's sold out.

Green and dark sandy shade of the base. The color of the eagle is bluish-gray, the shade of the eagle may differ slightly from the photo (since it was a color test, and they are all slightly different).

How to sew the patch? There are 2 ways.

I. Method for museum copies. Trim the excess along the contour of the insignia with a margin of 5 mm. Tuck these 5 mm under the insignia and iron (you may use glue). Fasten the stripe on the clothes with a few stitches of threads of bright color, so it sits smoothly. Sew the stripe along the contour with small stitches (seam around the edge). Remove the bright thread that fixed the insignia.

II. Way to for reenactment (easier). Remove threads from the inside of the stripe using the scissors or razor to make it thinner. Glue the patch onto thin paper or fabric using tailor's glue or PVA. Dry it using an iron (if the glue is liquid then you should use as little glue as possible, otherwise it can leak on the front side). Cut the patch along the contour with no margin. Fasten the stripe on the clothes with a few stitches of threads of bright color, so it sits smoothly. Sew the stripe along the contour with small stitches (seam around the edge). Remove the bright thread that fixed the insignia.

Historical reference.

The insignia was worn on the jackets of soldiers and junior officers of the Wehrmacht from 1937 (order dated June 19, 1937) and further during the war. Despite the introduction in 1940 of "dim"  insignias against the background of fieldgray, such an insignia was most often found on M40 jackets, and at the end of the war it was chic to get such an  insignia and sew on an M42 or M43 jacket.