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Article about: Hello Here is a campaign cap for officer It is in good condition despite a heavy use. Star seems to be of the 39 regulation. Button are civilian. No piping. If we follow the different models

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    Hello

    Here is a campaign cap for officer

    It is in good condition despite a heavy use.

    Star seems to be of the 39 regulation. Button are civilian. No piping.

    If we follow the different models it may look like a M24 but the visor isnít sewed. It hasnít the M28 vents. I was thinking at the M41 which as the unsowed visor.

    What do you think?

    All the best

    Bruno

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    Bruno,

    We need more images, and of better quality. However, from here, it certainly does not seem to be some recently made, artificially aged reproduction.

    Regards,
    Richie
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    Hi Richie

    Yes definitively a well worn example

    Here are some additional pictures

    All the best

    Bruno

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    Hello,

    Wondering if it couldn't be a "Tashkent's army" field M 40 cap due to the construction

    Bruno

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    From here the star seems to me postwar model of 1947 type - note the thickness of the enamel. But no matter.

    It could be a civilian cap as the fashion was popular in those years - but with an added star. Who knows? I like it in any case as per my aforementioned comments.

    What is "Tashkents Army"? This is unfamiliar to me...
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    All I can say is I like it .
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    Hello,

    Thnaks Richie, Adrian,

    I found the "Tashkents Army" info on the very good post from Dimas on the sweatband
    Soviet visor hats construction: how to recognize war time issue?

    Here is a detail picture of the star. It isn't the M47 drawing but looks closer to the M 39 one which is more round.

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    I tried to look at the post on Star but didn't found the M47 one. Must be too comon. That said i will have to take a photo myself as i do not have one in hand...

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    All the best

    Bruno
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