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Prussian Artillerie or Pionier officer's visor cap

Article about: Nothing at all rare, but a very nice condition schirmutze for a reserve officer of "technical" troops. Sweatband stamped C.W. Borchert, one of the premier capmakers of the Imperial

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    Nothing at all rare, but a very nice condition schirmutze for a reserve officer of "technical" troops. Sweatband stamped C.W. Borchert, one of the premier capmakers of the Imperial era.
    Thanks to KarlS for the photos.

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    Bob, nice score, and thanks for posting it over here.
    PS--I agree, CW Borchert was the premier maker of the Imperial era--definitely the Erel, if not the Paul Kaps!
    NEC SOLI CEDIT

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    Thanks for the kind words, Chris. I agree re: Borchert; I have one other example from them, a feldgrau Prussian infantry officer's version.

    BobS

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