Original Soviet Cold War Infantry Officer Uniform Parade Jacket with Medals and Cap
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Original Item: Only One Available. Green jacket with brown rayon interior, silver infantry officer shoulder boards (ensign, lieutenant, senior lieutenant, captain). Multiple medals and size 59 side cap with enamel Soviet Insignia Pin to front. Offered in overall excellent condition.
Approximate Jacket Measurements:
Collar to shoulder: 10”
Shoulder to sleeve: 25.5”
Shoulder to shoulder: 18”
Chest width: 23”
Waist width: 22”
Hip width: 24”
Front length: 36″
1989 – 1991 Soviet Uniforms: 1989 regulations promulgated many interim uniform changes introduced after 1970, and continued in effect until completely new Russian military uniforms were introduced in 1994. Parade and service uniforms remained largely unchanged. Officer service caps now sported gold cords introduced in 1975 under a change to the 1969 regulations. Visors on officer and enlisted caps got larger, and were universally manufactured from plastic (or by special order and for generals – patent kid leather) instead of the painted cardboard/fiberboard used from 1917 into the 1970’s.