Army Waffenrock Parade Tunic: an Infantry Enlisted Man’s text book example parade tunic for a soldier in the 74th Infantry Regiment, tailored from fine wool and complete with all original applied “A&S” stamped dish buttons, collar and cuff tabs, early grey backed bevo flat silver breast eagle, and sew-in shoulder straps with chain-stitched numerals. Size stamped above interior breast pocket with “B 37” designation for “Berlin 1937”. Pocket inside stamped “Wilhelm Viohl & Co. Berlin.” Interesting matching, large, size marked tailor’s tag from “Wilhelm Viohl & Co. Berlin” tacked on with thread on the inside lining below the waist line. Four medal loops applied to front left of tunic and button sewn on shoulder under right shoulder strap for a marksmanship cord. Sleeves lined in typical striped material. Approximate size 38. Excellent condition throughout! The 74th Infantry Regiment was formed in 1937 and based in Hameln. It did the grand tour from Poland, Holland and France to Russia, $1000