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    Wow...amazing catch Andreas!!!
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    Quote by corkym909 View Post
    how do you tell the post war production of theses visors , I know the rounded diamond of the postwar East Germans . But how would I tell on this one , as I thought by the liner this was a ww'2 visor with bad insignia
    Hi corkym909,

    have a look at the sweatshield - what does it say? Compare to originals on this forum. Then the sweatband. Does it, by the way, have perforations at the front saying "PEKÜRO"? - A dead sure give-away.

    Here is another fake: http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/attach...isor-_57-1.jpg just like yours.

    And an original one: http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/attach...g-img_0704.jpg

    Compare the colour and the material of the "wasserdicht" (waterproof) lining of the top-panel.

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    Thank you , so the pekuro war time issues have there name in the sweat band and the oil cloth type lining ? Is this the same for all non political visors of the time made by pekuro ??

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    Quote by corkym909 View Post
    Thank you , so the pekuro war time issues have there name in the sweat band and the oil cloth type lining ? Is this the same for all non political visors of the time made by pekuro ??
    No, you got me wrong there: when there is the name PEKÜRO perforated in the front part of the sweat band you can be sure it is a post war cap.

    What concerns the oil cloth type lining: there are Peküro caps (mostly EM/NCO caps for police, firemen etc.) which have this lining as seen on the photo of the original cap, officer's caps mostly had silk or rayon etc. lining as to be seen here: http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/attach...-skull-003.jpg
    or here: http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/attach...s-dsc00754.jpg

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    Gotcha , thank you for that information. I never knew that so now I won't be fooled again

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