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Article about: just to share my only peaked soviet cap ,this one dated 1991 i would be interested to learn about the headband ink stamp if possible please

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    just to share my only peaked soviet cap ,this one dated 1991 i would be interested to learn about the headband ink stamp if possible pleaseClick image for larger version. 

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    Hi James, the stamp is an inspection stamp. OTK3 is the military inspection mark. 1 COPT = Grade One.

    Cheers, Ade.

    PS: If you ever see any kit marked "OTK87" it is a replica made by a friend of mine. He marks all his products with this bogus code.
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    Hi James,
    looks like you have an armored forces officers cap made in Odessa Ukraine after the collapse on the soviet union because the diamond label is clear plastic with a paper.
    Nice PPSh!
    Phil

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    many thanks ade for the great info im only use to seeing the soviet poct size stamp on a few tank helmets i have so this copt stamp was confussing me so thought best to ask to its meaning ,im glad to hear its an original piece too ,cheers james

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    hi phil and many thanks for looking over my hat would this label imply the insignia is incorrect or was there a transitional period so close after the fall of the wall ?and my next question would be what would the ukrainian insignias of this period look like

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    The insignia is fine as they kept it the same for 1-2 years after the collapse of the USSR. A Ukrainian insignia has the traditional trident or Tryzub.
    Phil

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    many thanks for all your help phil

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    im really glad to hear its an armored forces cap too as its fits in to my area of collecting very well

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    Very nice James,visors, Helmets, Guns, Gasmasks,you certainly cover a lot of ground Bud,well done on obtaining a great looking cap...........
    With Regards Jake.

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    thanks jake "visor" that was the word i was looking for but went for hat instead ,thanks for looking mate at what could be another field of collecting

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