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a badly damaged field cap...can it be saved ?

Article about: Hi I recently picked this cap up off e bay. The only photo showed the front of the cap. Which was a shame because I should have asked to see a picture of the back. A photo of the top was als

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    My next purchase I am thankful to say did not require much work.

    Another M1917 field cap but with grey peak this time and no moth.



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    nice work on the cap! if i was in that spot i would have just left it but you did a very good job!
    Best regards, Patrick

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    Quote by banksy View Post
    Wow that is rough but I guess it shows character ! Inbloody hate moths ! We have then I'n our house all my cloth items are locked away !
    That is why God made mothballs and cedar wood.

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