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    Quote by BenVK View Post
    Something I have observed is that the raised ridge on the leather peaks of SS caps is a lot more pronounced and further back than their Heer examples.
    But having only seen a fraction of either examples in period photos and in the flesh, how can anyone determine a definite trend?
    Here are some more images for Ben. The one on the right is courtesy of Mr. d'Alquen whose cap is for awhile in my hands. Thanks for the nice picture, too.
    damit, basta.

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    Thanks for the additional images.
    Compare them to this one though.
    It's not a raised ridge from the front edge, it's a ridge that stands alone. Plus the peak is highly glossed, more examples to follow.
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    I've seen this type of visor on Imperial caps, but never on an SS one- nice pic!

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    That's exactly my thoughts, this kind of peak is different to the style of raised lip around the edge.

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    I surely don't wish to disappoint my fans so I will be conducting a coast to coast US stadium tour next year.
    I'll be sewing all your favorites stitches, tack, running, blanket and cross etc.
    What's more, I've now got a sexy bunch of Singer gals and their Singer machines ready to display their techniques.
    On your tour, you may find this interesting:

    Noble Denim: Our Story on Vimeo

    Not that this has anything to do with caps, per se . . . but I met this fellow a few months ago, and today, a local newspaper produced a story about his business.

    Although he may not be up to speed on cap repair techniques, seeing that he employs the similar use of the Singer sewing machine, I thought you might find his effort somewhat interesting. Personally, I find it rather inspiring - working to revive this long-lost craft locally . . . so inspiring, that I forked out a sizeable sum, and bought a pair myself!

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ID:	880101peaks of leather two years later...
    damit, basta.

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    Bravo, dear colleague. Bravo!
    damit, basta.

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    The caps with the grey interior diverge from the norm, and have wrongly been damned. But how silly a thing. A wonderful piece, and a Lubstein.

    The early officer's Sonderanfertigung is among the very best caps extant. Thanks for sharing with us.
    damit, basta.

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