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SOS photos of our tables.

Article about: Thought you might like to see some photos of the headgear we (Paul Sack for the most part plus a few of mine.) had for sale at the SOS this year. I actually had very little time to see the s

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    Amazing caps I would have loved to have been there.

    Cheers,
    Pat

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    This KM Tropical Officer's visor is featured in Halcomb and Saris's book "Vol. 1 Headgear of Hitler's Germany on Pg. 228.


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    Great looking selection of headgear, made me feel like a kid in a toyshop, I want everything but don't have any money. I really liked the km tropical visor, I would love to see more pics of that one if possible?

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    No, the visor is a silk top Allgemeine general's visor that belonged to SS General Karl Wolff and and is authenticated by him in a note that goes with the visor.


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    Some great Caps etc Erich , do the documents and Visor Cap both relate to Friedrich Jeckeln ?

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    Thanks Erich , very nice cap it was just with it being next to the Jeckeln photo !!
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    Some superb examples of the Schirmmütze there guys, thank you for posting. The question is: did you go home with fewer caps than you left with or more?

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    More...


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    Some superb examples of the Schirmmütze there guys, thank you for posting. The question is: did you go home with fewer caps than you left with or more?

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    Quote by ErichK View Post
    This KM Tropical Officer's visor is featured in Halcomb and Saris's book "Vol. 1 Headgear of Hitler's Germany on Pg. 228.
    Hi Erich,

    Thanks for the info, but I don't have the volume you mention.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Wow, Erich, that's stunning. Which ones did you put up?

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    I had a General Staff, Smoke/Nebel, Gebirgsjager and 2 Medical officers plus SA Wehrmannschaft Officer and EM M43's among others.

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