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Article about: Keep them coming..... A 1915 regulation service cap for a Wurttemburg (reserve) officer with the field grey peak. This one has a nice white silk liner and peak offset with a black oilskin sw

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    Saxon Reservist Officer
    went for US $404,00

    EUR 292,00
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    here's some field greys for the thread................

    medical officers

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    Stretcher bearers 1908

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    stretcher bearers 1915

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    technical troops, service cap and field cap

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    veterinary officers

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    shows the difference between poppy red for infantry and carmine for veterinary

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    Officer of the Train(supply not one on the rails)

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    cheers

    Tony

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    Identified as follows:

    Up for auction is a German Baden Officer visor cap, which is made of field-gray wool, and piped with green wool piping. The cap features a black leather visor and chinstrap, with a set of officer's kokarden, one Reich and one Baden. The cap is fully lined with gray polished cotton and a gray leather sweat band. This inside lining bears the makers name of "F.S. Wolter Stuttgart"
    (hat appears Freikorps to me).
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    Feldgrau Officer:
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    WÜRTTEMBERG w/ leather peak:
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    Nice Bavarian feldgrau in doeskin.
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    The "/" slash was used during the imperial period in military books and documents in unit designations. It was not typically used in period unit marking stamps, however, though I have seen it hand written in items many times.

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    Flegrau for an Infantry officer from Waldeck. Oxide-green visor.
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    NCO w/ strap:
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    Has much patina and character.

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    Maybe it saw the young Schickelgruber in its day.
    damit, basta.

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