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Schirmmutze Autopsy

Article about: Well...hello the forum this morning, I make new pics of this rare cap, this is a PZ Grenadier very late eReL ( apple green ) with zink insignas. A very interesting economical model...look al

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    Default Schirmmutze Autopsy

    Well...hello the forum

    this morning, I make new pics of this rare cap, this is a PZ Grenadier very late eReL ( apple green ) with zink insignas.

    A very interesting economical model...look all the details....

    thanks for your comments
    Doug please, sorry but again this cap is not for sale, 800 euro was interesting but...


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    Looks like some moths have had a feast on his poor cap!

    Regards, Lars

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    A sanctuary for moths, and after you have moths everywhere. Cool!

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    Ouch! Moth bites galore. Poor cap.

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    Quite incredible how the pests totaly destroyed certain parts but left other parts in near mint condition i.e. the sweatband.
    This is one of the last TR era eReL Sonderklasse hats.

    Anyone interested in the construction of hats should study this photo.
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    many thanks all

    Ben tell right...this is a very late war model in last months of the war...

    Ben is ok for restored this one... it will be your ultimate job my friend...lol

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    The world is little, I have a other PZ Grenadier cap in best condition by eReL Late also, but maybe before this first...

    the ventil insigna has been removed for late insigna...

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    Very interesting cap Seba! I dont think I have seen such a late cap. Make sure you get rid of all the Moth larva before putting it near your collection.

    Cheers, Pat

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    Thanks Pat ! Yep sure I have this cap since a long time now, no problem

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