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Article about: Hi, I am posting some photo's for member... nkumburis....I gave him my opinion on this cap,and would like to hear other opinions. Thanks.. Dave H

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    Hi, I am posting some photo's for member... nkumburis....I gave him my opinion on this cap,and would like to hear other opinions. Thanks..Click image for larger version. 

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    there are some features of this cap which i like but if the sweat diamond is pliable vinyl,,,then that would kill it for me

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    The sweat diamond is flexible but what do you think of the cap? - Nick K

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    if the sweat diamond is flexible,,i would believe it is of post ww II construction

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    Do you think any parts of it is original like the Eagle? - Nick K

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    the insignia may well be original but better pics of front and reverse would be the tell-tale

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    I think this is one enclose here at the head of the line is one the Dagger King Jim Atwood caps from the 1960s, known to the world as "Berlins Aelteste Muetzenfabrik" on the Wilhelmstrasse, where in the era prior to 1945 stood a city palace of a Prussian nobleman. These fakes are legion. Their plastic sweat shields from the swinging '60s are noteworthy. If you look closely, you can see a younger Ringo Starr in same.

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    damit, basta.

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