German Army Stabsgefreiter Chevron


SKU: 20.GOR.

Estimated market value:

$50 USD

  • German Army Stabsgefreiter Chevron Obverse
  • German Army Stabsgefreiter Chevron Reverse

Estimated market value:

$50 USD


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Physical Description and Item Details

Constructed of a dark green wool backer, bearing dual silver aluminum wire tresses, with a central machine-embroidered silver-grey rank pip, unmarked, measuring 85 mm (w) x 74 mm (h), in uniform-removed and better than very fine condition.


Chevron-based rank insignia for Enlisted Men were initially introduced in 1920. However, the system was slightly changed in 1936. They were worn on the upper left arm.

Chevrons were stitched onto dark blue-green cloth backing for most troops. The backing is black for panzer troops, and tan-coloured for tropical units.
On occasion, field-grey and off-white (for denim uniforms) was used as well.
Sometimes the chevrons were stitched directly onto the uniform with no cloth backing whatsoever.

The colour of the chevrons is either dull grey or silver-coloured. One exception are the chevrons of the Deutsches Afrika Korps, which are dull gold-coloured or copper-brown.

The Stabsgefreiter rank was introduced in 1928. The insignia shows two downward pointing chevrons and one star.


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