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Article about: Mr. Mint here knows his made up caps. Picking a fight over such an issue hardly fills this space with the kind of inquiry for which it was created. I have been collecting German headgear for

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    Thanks Stone, can you give me your opinion about that cap ?

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    Quote by S.Vestae View Post
    Thanks Stone, can you give me your opinion about that cap ?
    Lets wait for Mr. Mortyr to answer my questions/request....
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    I was way off with my Alteste guess!

    Impossible to judge this cap now without further under the hood images etc.

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    thanks Stone, hard to tell more with these pics....

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    hmmm....looks like the hat is being dumped on Ebay:

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    Notice from his feedback he's sold an Eva Braun formal pattern dinner knife for $174.49, a Knights Cross with Oaks & Diamonds for $610, a WW1 Iron Cross and sundry pieces from an Air Ace for $813 and also a Pour le Merite (Blue Max) for $4,500. There ain't half some schmucks out there.
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    Hello Gents
    Yes, I am the current owner of this visor. I will offer more detailed pics tonight when I return home. This cap is pinned on this site in the WSS Panzer authentication section as an OKK Erel. I firmly believe it's an original WSS Panzer Erel. Not sure who pinned it here as an example but I agree with the determination.
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    Mortyr

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    Quote by Mortyr View Post
    Hello Gents
    Yes, I am the current owner of this visor. I will offer more detailed pics tonight when I return home. This cap is pinned on this site in the WSS Panzer authentication section as an OKK Erel. I firmly believe it's an original WSS Panzer Erel. Not sure who pinned it here as an example but I agree with the determination.
    Regards
    Mortyr
    Mortyr,
    Although there is a little confusion over the issue, I believe caps are pinned in the Authentication section when they are perceived to be reproduction, not original. The cap you show uses a lining marked for the OKK, which was a Heer, and not a Waffen-SS, institution...

    A.

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    Quote by big ned View Post
    Notice from his feedback he's sold an Eva Braun formal pattern dinner knife for $174.49, a Knights Cross with Oaks & Diamonds for $610, a WW1 Iron Cross and sundry pieces from an Air Ace for $813 and also a Pour le Merite (Blue Max) for $4,500. There ain't half some schmucks out there.
    We should expect some AH items soon then, right?.....

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    I still think the cap is an original. I know I'll take a beating here for it but I stand by my opinion.

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