Thick, heavy post war officer’s m/36 Overcoat.
While this overcoat does not have manufacturing stamps, it is a common 1950’s style overcoat, made for officers and cadre NCO’s. There are no marks of sleeve insignia, so this coat has probably belonged to an NCO.
The overcoat is typical pattern for officers, made out of blueish grey thick serge wool, making the coat fairly stiff and warm. The liner is artificial silk and covers the whole interior. The coat has postwar grey metal m/36 buttons. There is a tear on the liner near the hem, but the coat is in otherwise excellent condition.
The coat is roughly 98 cm chest circumference and 128 cm long from the neck to the hem.
An excellent base for a wartime officer impression.