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Article about: Stopped in a small town antique store while on some business travels, and of course I have to sniff out the millitaria! I found these two visors in a display case. The one I know is a heer a

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    Stopped in a small town antique store while on some business travels, and of course I have to sniff out the millitaria! I found these two visors in a display case. The one I know is a heer artillery visor and the other, might be rural police? Not sure of authenticity, so I dident pull any triggers. Let me know what you guys think.
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    The police visor is a post-war BRD visor with added TR insignia (ie, a fake).
    Need better pics of the artillery, but it may be ok
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    Police visor is definitely bad, but the heer may stand a chance, but as said above, more pictures are needed.

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    The Drechler logo has been considered postwar by some. I am not so sure.
    In a weird coincidence, here is an office on ebay right now:

    Schirmm
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    Sorry guys, unfortunately these were the only pictures I took. The wreath is bullion, but the cockade is metal, which I have never seen such a combination. They were both priced at $350.

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    Not a bad price for the army visor...IF it is real.

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    Quote by IllinoisCornFarmer90 View Post
    Sorry guys, unfortunately these were the only pictures I took. The wreath is bullion, but the cockade is metal, which I have never seen such a combination. They were both priced at $350.
    the bullion wreath and metal cockade is not an unusual combination. It is fairly common.
    BOB

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    Good info bob, have never seen one like that. What are your thoughts on the heer cap?

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