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(Visor cap: good)>
M1969 parade uniform for a lieutenant of the Soviet signals troops of the armed forces. The uniform itself dates to the very late 1970s with a visor cap dated 1976. The shoulder boards are golden for parade wear with two small golden stars each for the rank of lieutenant. The tunic has four golden buttons in front forming a sharp appearance. The award is mounted diagonally following 1973 regulations. The trousers are wave green as well with red piping. The collar tabs are black felt, which is also found on the base on the visor cap. The cap has standard army side buttons and golden cord. The visor is pressed cardboard.
The single award on this uniform is the Medal for 60th anniversary of the Soviet armed forces (1978). The badges include the Komsomol member badge and a red guards badge.
The size of the uniform is european 46-48 or US 36, small size. The visor cap is a small size 54. The shirt, tie and belt are not included. Overall, the condition of this uniform is very good and a good example of a junior officer of the armed forces.
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