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Heer Infantry Officer upgraded visor cap with full bullion insignia

Article about: To show, a pre war Other Ranks/NCO's visor cap made by Richard Kermes of Bremen, and 1936 dated, that has been upgraded to officer status, and nice with full bullion insignia. I think it has

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    Default Heer Infantry Officer upgraded visor cap with full bullion insignia

    To show, a pre war Other Ranks/NCO's visor cap made by Richard Kermes of Bremen, and 1936 dated, that has been upgraded to
    officer status, and nice with full bullion insignia. I think it has quite an attractive 'combat' look to it....


    Bob
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    a very nice cap.

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    I have always liked the " broken " field use look. A very nice cap Bob.

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    Amazing how bullion insignia (and a little wear) can liven up a tellerform cap!
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    Quote by stonemint View Post
    Amazing how bullion insignia (and a little wear) can liven up a tellerform cap!
    Much more so when the StahlbŁgel is removed as the sides will fold down and the cap will look more elegant as it makes a "slimmer" impression which makes the crown seem higher.

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    very nice cap

    @+, hughes

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    Love the bullion insignia!

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    damit, basta.

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ID:	880638The cap at the outset of this post strikes me as a Kammer piece which was then upgraded as the walking out piece after purchase from the Kleiderkammer.

    It has very little wear, especially for a cap from the year 1936, assuming it was issued around that time.

    Nice piece. I think infantry things are always pleasing, and just as significant as the elite combat arms and such. I.e. paratroopers and such.
    damit, basta.

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    Thought I would try for a bit of 'atmosphere'...

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