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WWII US Army officer dress visor cap

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    Certainly, these are quite common, and nothing all that exciting, but I wanted to show a nice example I picked up on Ebay very inexpensively.
    It has a thin peak, very flexible, compared to my other example, which has a very stiff peak. No maker shown inside, but under the sweatband is a stamp, showing cap made to a 1941 Army contract, for Society Brand.
    Apologies for the mediocre photos, on this, as my other threads. I REALLY need to improve!

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    Very nice cap,great condition
    chris

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    looks great

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    Nice 'Crusher' in great condition.........!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Quote by Walkwolf View Post
    Nice 'Crusher' in great condition.........!
    You know, I wonder if this cap is a " semi-crusher"? The peak is certainly thinne rand easily bendable, as opposed to my other WWII Army officer cap, but is it a true "crusher", an all-too mis-used description?

    BobS

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    That is possible, as it has a rather unusual shape.
    Great cap all the same.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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