Camouflage Cap, "Eichenbruchmuster"
I have a question about this cap and I hope, someone could help
I know, that these caps are used from the Waffen-SS, and also
from "Regiment General Göring".
The cloth is strong, but slightly bleached out. It has two gromits
on each side.
In this particular case, there is a national cockade sewn to the front
and there are also stitches, that show the outlines of a triangular
insignia. At the top, there is aluminum-officers-piping.
oes anyone know another cap like this?
08-02-2014 09:53 AM
Made from a original SS zelt I have had many of them in the 70's 80's all over the place I have never seen one with officers piping and a cocarde. timothy
The cloth is the same, that is used for camouflage smocks.
The cocarde is Luftwaffe, I high doubt this to be authentic
SS zelts been used for caps and smocks for decades. in the 1980's I saw a whole tent made out of the material, it was cut up to make re-enactment jackets..........that was the way of things then.
Looks like there was once an Adler attached on the cap.
I might be wrong.
Possible Hermann Goring Division.....if it's an original??