New Zealand Made Battle Tunic To the 4th Indian Division. WW2 two pocket, open collar, pleated Officer’s battledress. Single pip and crown denoting rank of Lieutenant-Colonel. Red on black division patch on each sleeve to the 4th Indian Division, the first formation to leave India and formed part of the original desert force in Egypt.
Maker stamp to the interior “N.Z.D” with a large Broadarrow stamp, and the date Seprember 1941. Ribbon bar in place over the left pocket, showing an 8th Army medal, and Mentioned In dispatches oak leaf.. Tunic shows minor mothing to the bottom of the pockets.