100% original and authentic Nazi German WWII field service blouse for a Heer Hauptmann in Pionier Regt. 6 (Army Captain, 6th Regiment, Pioneers), standard issue service blouse as typically modified for wear in combat made of pre war quality field grey wool and is lined in ribbed cotton, stamped on the bandage pocket to a Cottbus maker and marked with sizes and depot B38. This fine blouse has all but one of its full complement of originally sewn pebbled metal buttons and small horn buttons at cuffs. It retains the original collar liner and bandage pocket. The lower cargo pockets have been field tacked down at the corners and the blouse was slightly taken in at the waist. A dagger/sword hanger was added during the period of use and the standard issue waist hooks were removed as commonly found with actual field worn jackets. The insignia includes the original bullion collar tabs machine sewn to the original issue collar and sew in shoulder boards. Each tab has two gilt pips and the regimental numeral 6. The backed flatwire national emblem is hand sewn to the right breast and all insignia is original to the blouse. There are loops present for a ribbon bar and two breast badges. There is light to moderate nap wear and approximately a half dozen pin sized holes at various locations ( only visible upon close inspection). This fine field captured and GI brought back garment has been properly cleaned and pressed and presents a very pleasing overall display appearance. It has been in a private personal collection for the past 30 years.