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Article about: Hi! I have this ww2 officer hat..of what type si it? Can you translate the interna inscription?

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    Hi! I have this ww2 officer hat..of what type si it? Can you translate the interna inscription?officer hatofficer hatofficer hat

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    Japanese visor hat, in poor condition, value 50-75 usd

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    Japanese visor hat, in poor condition, value 50-75 usd

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    The cap is an M38 model, I think the liner and buttons on the strap point to this being an other ranks rather than an officers but somebody may correct me on that.
    I can't help wit the translation, but I think you will need a clearer photo.

    Steve.

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    Bit it is difficult to find it in italy

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    This si another pic
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    Hi,

    This cap is 1920 manufactured. 大正九年製 (Taishou Kyuu-Nenn Sei)

    Size Six. 六號 (Roku-Gou)

    Was issued in 1921. 大正拾年支給 (Taishou Jyuu-Nenn Shikyuu)

    Regards,
    Taka
    Last edited by SHINDENKAI; 07-11-2014 at 03:54 AM.

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    Thanks..so isnt' it a m38?

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    I don't think they have a distinctive model name.

    In Japan they just call them Army NCO Cap.

    Maybe someone know what they call.

    Regards,
    Taka

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    I think the name is Ono; if its a three-kanji name, perhaps Onozaki. Not clear enough to read accurately.

    小野
    Ono

    小野崎
    Onozaki

    --Guy

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    Thought it was type 45 ?

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