WWII German SA Tunic for High Ranking Calvary Officer- This scarce tunic is produced in soft olive brown wool. There is some minor wear, discoloration, and a few holes in the left sleeve. There are three tiny pin holes on the lower left as well. There are also a few minor stains. There is a four-button closure with all buttons being gilt finished pebbled metal. There are four pockets with scalloped flaps. The breast pockets are pleated and the hip pockets are hidden. The front and lower edge of the collar is piped in gold bullion twist rope. There are hand applied collar tabs, each is produced in brown badge cloth with gold bullion twist rope piping. The tab of the right side has crossed flags and the number 61, the left side tab has four gilt finished metal pips and a golden brown tresse stripe. All of this indicates that the wearer was an SA Oberasturmbannführer in the 61st Calvary Standarte (equivalent to a Lt. Colonel in rank). Included is an SA sports badge on the left pocket. The interior is fully lined in greenish brown rayon. There is some discoloration and wear from use. There is some separation of the stitching as well. There is a single pocket on the left-hand side. There is a portion of the original GI bring back paperwork that was found inside the pocket! The GI's last name is Proctor and he was part of Company D, 304 Medical Battalion. There is a tailor tag with the owner's name inside the pocket. The last name is Mayer. It is a large size. Very good condition and desirable! Please note that any "accessories" (i.e. medals, badges, belts etc.) are NOT included unless stated in description!