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Heer Arillery Officers Schirmutze

Article about: Hello all, my first post in the new section for my friend Chris, this cap is rare for one thing, but where is this thing ? thank you gent Sebastien.

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    Hello all,

    my first post in the new section for my friend Chris, this cap is rare for one thing, but where is this thing ?
    thank you gent
    Sebastien.







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    Wink re: Heer Arillery Officers Schirmutze

    Sebastian--welcome to the forum! Nice hat (and rare) but when are you going to start collecting the fun stuff (Political and Civil?!)

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    thank you Stony,

    Political and civil are not realy combat items, I prefer the soldier !

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    Quote by S.Vestae View Post
    thank you Stony,

    Political and civil are not realy combat items, I prefer the soldier !
    Wolfty, think of it this way. Without the Reichsbahn, the W-SS and WH would literally be left standing at the station. Without the HJ, no future soldiers for the W-SS and Wehrmacht. Without the Reichspost, no one to support troop morale. Without the Bergbaudienst, no coal/electricity to run the trains, etc, etc, etc!

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    Damn right, stonemint! The most interesting caps (and uniforms) are among the non-combat organisations. And the small organisations like Postschutz, Teno, or the RMBO are very exciting too. My interest started on Wehrmacht and SS, but soon I got into the non-combat things.

    The cap you posted is really nice (except the sweatband.. but would not disturb me). It has a very handsome shape and I love the well worn appearance. Is the visor still attached tight or did it come loose because of the sweatband?

    So let us try to figure out the production details:
    1. model (extra, privat, standard...)
    2. date of manufacturing

    There is no label-diamond left. Is the imprint still slightly visible on the cloth?

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    Is the sweatband made of leather or is it Ersatz-material? The decomposing of the band is typical pattern for the paper-bands, when they were stored in too clammy environment over the years.

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    thank you euro for your opinion,

    this is a begin war cap, with a pressed paper sw, rare model for this.
    a extra or private model because I have a hole under the sw for the cocade.

    Sebastien.

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    I love those Erels. I found a chap with 2 and I took 1, should have taken both, I only wanted the Arty EM Cap the other was an Officers same as the one posted only better condition, no offence. Heres the 1 I have, the lining is very similar. This one is an Erel Standard.
    cheers Robert
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    Lubstein caps do have very attractive interiors. Nice cap Wolfy.

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