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Heer 1943 dated M34 Feldmutze

Article about: hello again, here is another hat I would like to buy. hopefully not to many post as I have some money to spend and got the WWII german collectible itch. thanks again for the help mike k

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    Default Heer 1943 dated M34 Feldmutze

    hello again,

    here is another hat I would like to buy.
    hopefully not to many post as I have some money to spend and got the WWII german collectible itch.



    thanks again for the help

    mike k
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    mdk220, i can strongly recommend Brian L Davies book 'Uniforms of the German Army', it is the first book a novice should buy, it will be your bible for the first few years.

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    thank you - I will - Would there be a problem if after i buy this book to still post threads as you all are experts?

    I want to make sure my money is well spent.

    thanks again
    mike k

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    mdk220, there are no such thing as experts, we are constantly being educated....in our field of speciality, for sure ask...but self educate, so you can advise one day....you must have a good library for coroboration at the very least...that is my and i suspect the advice of many.

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    Oradour - I totally agree and I just purchased the book you mentioned. I do have a local friend who works at a gun/collector shop and I ask him for advice too. I agree knowledge is best but sometimes I still like someone to look at.

    thanks again for your help

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    mdk220, it is not my intention to bemoan...but to advise, good luck.

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    Book, books and more books. You will not go wrong Brian's book is still the "Bible". It will give you a basic understanding of the Heer. I still refer to it today 30 odd years on.

    The cap is good. A late production example.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    thanks guys - I just sent an email to returned the 3 hats listed earlier and the seller blasted me that the hats are totally real - and below is some of the email

    from the seller. tell me what you all think - this guy is mad and from lativa

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    1. Insignia is bad for starters"- nice remark of real "EXPERT", what is bad?
    > All OK nothing glow, everything correct.

    2. The ribbed looking weave wool is incorrect and is typically found on this
    > range of fake caps. The correct type of wool will be a reworked shoddy."-
    > there were various types of wool and especially in the end of the war, when
    > there were lack of time and funds to keep such big nazi army, when Soviets
    > and alies are attacked from various directions, this is total bull shit I
    > saw double ribbed, shoddy etc..., if it is typical, please p[oint where is
    > described, that it is typical for such range of hats- total bullshit of
    > real so called "expert"
    >
    > The construction is wrong and it lacks the various reinforcements which
    > should be found around the upper edge of the turn up and around the crown-
    > once more bull, bull, bull, exactly what is wrong??? there was slight
    > differences as many factries made this hats in general, there were one
    > construction, but on those factories, there was no ROBOTS, there were
    > people technologists, who inculcated each piece of production acording to
    > the equipment on the factories and thats why some hats made on different
    > factories are differs.
    >
    > totally do not understand why people doing this type of things. I do not
    > need to prove nothing, hats are real for sure without any doubts.
    >


    thanks again mike k

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    Stand your ground and get your refunds. This is typical bluster from a bad seller.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Hi, this one looks like a nice original latewar example, rbnr stamped and dated.

    VonBond.

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