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Feldgraue Schirmmütze M 1915 für preußische Offiziere

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    Wonder if you are all so excited as i am about this one ...

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    That is a nice cap.

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    Nice score!
    NEC SOLI CEDIT

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    Nice cap, but the kokarden are for enlisted ranks, not an officer.

    BobS

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    Hi

    very nice shape, real one looker, nco cap and I like the oilskin sweatband and silk lining.

    May actually be the 1907 field grey issue cap (melton cloth on the crown was generally pre war) rather than m15 ( when tunic wool was used for the crown).

    Classic cap !

    cheers

    Tony

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    Quote by spandau View Post
    Hi, very nice shape, real one looker, nco cap and I like the oilskin sweatband and silk lining.
    May actually be the 1907 field grey issue cap (melton cloth on the crown was generally pre war) rather than m15 ( when tunic wool was used for the crown). Classic cap ! cheers Tony
    I agree with Tony, probably pre war, a nice NCO cap ! it oozes character...............
    Prost ! Steve.
    "The German Army is the perfectly adapted, perfectly running Machine. The difference is that the Germans are organised with a view to War...with the cold, hard, practical and business-like purpose of winning victories."
    G.W. Steevens - The Daily Mail (1897)

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