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Article about: Hallo all , just new here and still need help from the experts this tschako came across this week and there are a couple of questions Officer liner in a NCO Tschako officer eagle ? is this a

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    Hallo all , just new here and still need help from the experts
    this tschako came across this week and there are a couple of questions
    Officer liner in a NCO Tschako
    officer eagle ?
    is this a privat purchased Item?
    or are there moore red flags
    thanks for your help

    tom
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    I can't see anything wrong.

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    Thank you for your reply
    happy about spending money for a good item.
    but still my question , private purchased NCo shako or a Tshako for sergeant

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    Hello Schnurrbart,
    Possibly private purchase,because as you say the liner is normally seen in an officers helmet, but also the liner swivels on the sides are a goldy colour instead of silver and the leather to the peak appears matt rather than gloss (although that may be the photo or my eyes!).

    Overall though I like it. Is that newspaper in the liner?

    Just had a poke about and it appears the finish of the leather and goldy fittings make it a late war helmet.

    Cheers

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    Could it be, that someone simply replaced a missing chinstrap/chinscales of an Officer with that of an NCO's leather strap?
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Hello Wagriff,

    I believe Officers helmets had a different fitting for the chinscales.


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    thanks for your reply
    the newspaper is from 1941 and IMO it makes the liner smaller
    the rear visor ( sorry for my english) must be an NCO one, because its not stitched as the officers one.
    tom

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    Hi Tom,

    Personally I think it is an NCOs helmet, but happy to be corrected by others with greater knowledge. And I stiil like it. I have one of these dated 1938 and Is one of my favourite pieces.

    Your English is very good by the way.

    Cheers.

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    Just a guess but would think if your paying for you own uniform and accessories you could pay for extra quality. For example a two piece Police visor cap eagle isn't an officers eagle it is just a extra cost option. How many Heer EM Waffenrocks have officers quality bullion eagles? Stag horn grips and etched blades are extra cost upgrades on bayonets.

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