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    Hi everybody

    I have been proposed this visor.
    Any comment would be appreciated.

    warmest regards

    PhilClick image for larger version. 

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    I don't like the skull but lets see what others say.
    Edit: also I don't really like the eagle but as said lets see what others say, The eagle might stand a chance.
    Edit: Bob Coleman should know but he is not online right now.

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    The cap itself might be real just the skull looks completely wrong.

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    The cap is original, no doubt. A nice holters. It might be the picture, but the sweatband might be replaced or reinforced with extra stiching poking through edge.

    When the skull was applied, I have no clue. But I think these are only meant for Cav visors.
    Like anything, it might be soldier done.

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    As stated the cap is original. The skull is a traditions badge real but badly applied. Probably as an after thought to bump the price up

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    In addition, I can see where the Hoheitszeichen originally was, and the thing has been amplified with the Totenschaedel.
    It is, however, as noted, a real Holters cap, which is significant.
    damit, basta.

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ID:	676506The cap has a normal Holters, fore head free arrangement.

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    Holters items are rare, and, because this firm tailored Hitler's uniforms, they are of note.
    damit, basta.

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ID:	676511I owned another Holters cap for cavalry (rear) in addition to the Pz one I own today (left).
    damit, basta.

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    besides the faults,its a good cap.

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    Quote by Patrick Lewis View Post
    The cap is original, no doubt. A nice holters. It might be the picture, but the sweatband might be replaced or reinforced with extra stiching poking through edge.

    When the skull was applied, I have no clue. But I think these are only meant for Cav visors.
    Like anything, it might be soldier done.
    This type skull was used as a traditions badge by the 17th Infantry Regt, although I have my doubts that this particular one is original to this cap.

    BobS

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