WWII German Waffen SS Model 1942 Service Tunic, 7. SS-Freiwilligen-Gebirgs-Division „Prinz Eugen“ Other Ranks Personnel-This extremely special uniform was worn by an enlisted man (rottenführer/corporal) who served in the Waffen SS Mountain Division 7. SS-Freiwilligen-Gebirgs-Division „Prinz Eugen“. It is the classic SS cut (with two holes for the belt hooks, two on the back which are included) and shows honest wear and discoloration from use but with no damage. There are four plain pockets with scalloped flaps. There is a five-button closure seam, all buttons are pebbled zinc with some of the finish remaining. The collar tabs are produced in black badge cloth. The right side has the Prinz Eugen odalrune in silvery grey cloth while the left side has two silver tresse strips bisected by a black cloth stitch. They are hand applied and a bit sloppy but absolutely done during the period with no indication of any other tabs ever having been applied. The slip-on shoulder straps are produced in black badge cloth with green mountain trooper piping. The right sleeve has a hand applied, machine embroidered SS Gebirgsjäger edelweiss patch that is beautiful. The left sleeve has an RZM pattern, machine embroidered "Prinz Eugen" cufftitle in the EM/NCO type with silver flat wire edge trim. It shows honest wear on the reverse and at the seam where the ends connect. The left sleeve also has a machine woven, zig zag machine applied SS sleeve eagle and a rank chevron that is hand applied. The left breast pocket has a set of loops for a single award and there is an (included) small ribbon bar for the EKII and Russian Front medals. The interior is partially lined in green rayon that shows minor wear from use. There is a bandage pocket on the right side. There are faint ink stamps above which include the size info (it's a medium) and the "SS-BW" stamp. A fantastic piece, very scarce and desirable!