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Heer visor and Kyffhaeuserbund visor

Article about: Hi Forum I think the first is a Heer visor, perhaps to an officer and the last one I am in doubt, could it be Kyffhaeuserbund visor, alle additional info is welcome regards John

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    Hi Forum
    I think the first is a Heer visor, perhaps to an officer and the last one I am in doubt, could it be Kyffhaeuserbund visor, alle additional info is welcome
    regards
    John
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    As for the first one: Metal wreaths were worn both by officers and enlisted men. High-quality hand embroidered wreaths were a permitted option for private-purchase caps and could be worn by officers on all occasions, but by enlisted men only for walking out when off-duty.

    The second item is from the Kyffhäuserbund, yes.

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    Thank you for your reply, it is always nice to get an idea/ opinion :-)
    Regards
    John

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