Quality, not quantity matters. Congrats Patrick, nice collection! I am guessing that infantry is an EREL?
A great start on your collection. You have many years ahead of yourself to buil a great collection. You have selected caps in pristeen condition. I never liked what is today called a "salty cap." For me, a cloth item that has had poor care will only disintegrate more. Well done!
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Very nice collection buddy.
Very impressive indeed! As mentioned earlier, quality always trumps quantity, and it's clear that for such a youngster you're developing a good eye and good direction for your collection. Thumbs up
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Thanks for all the kind replys mates . The officer cap is a Clemens Wagner.
I think the photo makes the caps look in alot better condition then they are.
I cant be getting any more caps for a while now.
Best regards, Patrick
I like them, congrats!
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Great collection, Patrick! Well done.
Well done Patrick!
As long as you do not lose interest, you are on your way to having a very nice collection. Keep it up.
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