Luftwaffe Flak OR/NCO visor cap by Christian Haug (Cri-Ha)
I think I posted a few shots of this one a while back, but wasn't happy with my photos, so did a few new shots yesterday,
and they turned out a bit better than my last lot of photos.
A nice standard issue Luftwaffe other Ranks/NCO's visor cap by Christian Haug, and dated 1937 on the liner, and named to
Kanonier Finke of the I./Flak-Regiment 26.
09-06-2015 12:04 AM
Hmmm 126 views, and no comments, I guess the Flak caps aren't that interesting ...
I've always liked the red piped caps and tunics. It adds abit of extra attraction to the pieces. I always wonder...how many of these guys ended up deaf or hard of hearing by the end of the war. It Had to be a large percentage. A great conditioned cap that was There! And fully unit marked too on top of it! Nice cap indeed!
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Great visor and awesome photos. Love the 88's
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Nice cap in lightly worn condition. He didn't use
Beautiful Flak piped visor! timothy
I always like anything which is named and regimentally marked and this is no exception.
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A very nice cap in lovely condition.
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Wow that's in great condition!....
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