WWII German Army General Leather Great Coat- This private purchase grey leather great coat belonged to an Army Generalmajor. The leather is very soft and of excellent quality. There is minor wear and discoloration only. There are a few scuffs on the reverse. All of the grey buttons are intact. It is double breasted with two rows of six buttons. There are hip pockets with straight flaps. There is a rear belt. The slip-on shoulder boards have a gold and silver flat wire braid with red badge cloth underlining that doubles as the piping. The flat wire braid has toned very nicely. The interior is fully lined in green rayon that has minor wear and discoloration from use. There are two large interior pockets plus a zippered pocket on the closure. There is a wide grey leather waist belt with a plated metal buckle. This has snaps all the way around for a winter lining. The upper three buttons have leather pockets over the metal "S" rings for the buttons. The left side pocket has a large tailor tag. The tag indicates that this was produced by the firm of Max Schleusner of Dresdin. The tag indicates that he specialized in leather for the military and sport. The jacket is a large size and defiantly of a very high quality. Near excellent condition!