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Post War Royal Army Transport Corps Officer's Cap

Article about: Hi all. Picked this up from a vintage clothes shop today. I like it mainly for the enamel cap badge which I thought was unusual. I assume the cap itself is post war, although I suppose it co

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    Sorry my fault, I meant on the lining. Anyway it's a great looking cap, regardless of the date.

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    Indeed it is. Just for the sake of giving you guys a complete picture makers mark reads: Herbert Johnson, 38 Bond St London

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    It's a 1950's cap in my opinion. The crescent shaped peak and dropped sides of the crown are typical of the type. No such thing as wartime "issue" as they were purchased from a tailor and the inside view looked like that over a good 30 year period.

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