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Identification of this officer's cap?

Article about: I recently received a number of German military items including pins, patches, a dagger, a large banner. Also included was what looks to be an officer's cap. I am looking for help identifyin

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    Emedals has a set for sale...
    Click to enlarge the picture Click to enlarge the picture Identification of this officer's cap?  
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    Quote by Ullergaard View Post
    Emedals has a set for sale...
    I am new to this, but presumably this is not a reproduction right?

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    Good call from our members. I have seen caps with insignia mixed or replaced - even from veteran "bring backs." I had a Heer infantry cap from a veterans family with a cloth Luftwaffe eagle tacked onto it. Replacing it with the correct Heer metal eagle was easy. You may be able to find the correct insignia for this cap with some effort. Good luck! NH

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    Seriously though, I am so appreciative of all of you and your help!

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    So I took a look at the cap and the band doesn't feel like what I expect velvet to feel like. That doesn't mean it's not it, but if it's not velvet, does that change anything about was discovered or talked about today.

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    Most are velvet, some are just black wool. I do not know why that is the case.
    “Show me the regulation, and I’ll show you the exception.”

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