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Article about: Hello all, I'm new here and recently bought this cap from a collection. Could the group please help me determine whether this is real or fake? Thanks in advance for your input and advice.

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    Hello all, I'm new here and recently bought this cap from a collection. Could the group please help me determine whether this is real or fake? Thanks in advance for your input and advice.
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    I like the look of it my self but Stonemint one of the Mod's would be the word IMO. Welcome to the forum and you will find the answer to your question here.

    Eric

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    Thanks for your comment. I'm really glad I found this site! What a great source of information!

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    Looks like Infantry visor cap to me.

    Eric

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    Hi, it is a very nice original Heer enlisted man's/NCO's schirmutze. Infantry white piped waffenfarb.

    It is an issue example, as opposed to being a private purchase item. The real bonus is the name and unit on the paper tag.

    Private Werry Walter, 7th Company, Infantry Regiment 104. (I think the last digit was a 4, but the paper is damaged with that corner missing. But looks like a 4 to me?) If so, here is some info on the unit:

    Infanterieregiment 104 - Lexikon der Wehrmacht

    Part of the 33rd Inf Div.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Welcome to the forum.

    As Ade said, a very nice example!

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    Thanks again, Ade! And thank you BenVK

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    That's interesting.........just picked up this! nothing to do with the cap, which is nice, but to do with Inf Regt 10....................... close and welcome to the forum!
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