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Italian SS cap?

Article about: I have just bought this moth-eaten old cap, but what a treasure it is! It is apparantly Italian, and supposedly for a volunteer SS unit. Would anybody care to discuss this possibility? I GUE

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    Quote by Matt R. View Post
    Yep Odessa, but being myself italian, I think I had the right to add my 2 euro cents...
    Plus,if it is a german side cap (Bustina is the italian name for side cap), why the italian markings?
    I don't think ANYBODY thought it was a German Bustina. Certainly I don't.
    That's the point. It is an ITALIAN Bustina with a German symbol. Very crude to be sure, but period- meaning from WW 2. The guy I bought it from thought it might be Italian SS, but Ade is of the opinion it is NOT Italian SS - just a volunteer's Bustina.

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    I don't like your posting attitude,so our conversation ends here.

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    Wuerstenfuchs
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    Quote by Matt R. View Post
    I don't like your posting attitude,so our conversation ends here.

    What attitude? I was just responding to your statement. Not allowed to do that any more?

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