Another early cap with interior similar to Paul's cap. This cap is likely 1934 manufacture as the cap has holes for the two early form of national emblem(1929 and 1934)
LIFE'S LOSERS NEVER LEARN FROM THE ERROR OF THEIR WAYS.
Gentlemen, I'm currently looking for a nice example of a grey NCO cap for a good friend of mine.
If anyone knows of one for sale, please let me know. Thanks.
There is or was one here for sale in the U.S. Midwest from a person on this site. It was on the for sale thingy here.
Thanks FB, I hadn't seen that one.
There are also a couple currently for sale on Michael Holverson's site.
Looks quite nice to me . . . if I had an interest in these, I would give this one a serious look.
Can't do it right now . . . but someone should "snag" the photos, and post them here, before they disappear.
The photos on that site are awful, this is Peter Jenkins ?
Another one here, Ben . . . [and offered by another "Brit", I believe]:
SS-VT Period OR/NCO Peak Visor Cap - A Rare Named Example
These things are just like Fall acorns - falling out of the woods, and showing up everywhere you turn!
The Ulric of England cap is indeed a lovely example. Shame they have no manners when it comes to answering emails however.