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Article about: I have the opportunity to buy this Glengarry cap. But unfortunately there are no stamps on the inside. Anyone concur it has the WWII era look?

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    I have the opportunity to buy this Glengarry cap. But unfortunately there are no stamps on the inside. Anyone concur it has the WWII era look?

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    It could date from any time between circa 1915 and the 1970's, and these can be very hard to date accurately, but certainly it stands a good chance of being circa WWII. What colour is it, dark green or blueish black?
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    There's nothing like a severed head sporting a Glengarry for the holiday spirit! LOL~~~~ Agree with Jerry on these, they can be miserable to pigeon hole.

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    Thanks for your reply Jerry. I've read your topics. I wonder if it is worth the gamble. Cap seems blueish black.

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    Quote by Nigel Lesgate View Post
    There's nothing like a severed head sporting a Glengarry for the holiday spirit! LOL~~~~ Agree with Jerry on these, they can be miserable to pigeon hole.
    Haha I agree Nigel, these heads aren't cheap too..but sure add character.

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    Quote by magicdutchmen View Post
    Thanks for your reply Jerry. I've read your topics. I wonder if it is worth the gamble. Cap seems blueish black.
    Your welcome mate. It depends on the price. What does the inside look like?
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Additional photos of the inside and out;

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    Sadly mate the inside pictures do not show the liner in enough detail to comment with 100% certainty on the fabric used, but I think post WWII is likely for this example.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Much appreciated Jerry, I passed on this one.

    Ray

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