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German website with bad rap, but here are real things....!

Article about: The trikot in the 1938 cap is kind of different, but I have seen others not unlike it. The variety is always interesting.

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    Default German website with bad rap, but here are real things....!

    I will leave the name of this site out, but it gets a bad reputation here, but these items I see appear authentic. Click image for larger version. 

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    damit, basta.

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    This website has two H's in it, by the way. I do not use it, but I stumbled on these nice images, especially of the officer's field cap, which is very rare.
    damit, basta.

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    I remember the field cap very well, it appeared on the other site a few years back minus it's adornments. (I thought it was on Regimentals website, no?)

    The black cap is one I haven't seen before.

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    The insignia appears to be grounddug's.
    Kind Regards,
    Sid

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    Thanks F.B. for bring these to our attention and adding to the depth of knowledge base on this site. It's always a pleasure to see such interesting, authentic material from wherever it may be found. Regards, paul

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    Quote by carlsson1982 View Post
    The insignia appears to be grounddug's.
    Quite possible. From my best recollection, alu insignia was required on the grey field cap, and the one I owned some years back had alu insignia that was original to it. The few examples of the black officer's cloth billed cap which survive appear to sport the silver-washed cupal insignia...

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    Quote by carlsson1982 View Post
    The insignia appears to be grounddug's.
    That's correct, the collector who found the cap in Germany (in a flea market if I remember rightly) bought the insignia thinking they would match the condition of the cap. Doesn't work that way though does it.

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ID:	557357The other example of this cap turned up by v. Lukacs had alu insignia identical to those on this cap of mine and formerly of a senior collection.
    damit, basta.

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    I never tire of seeing that beautiful cap FB, the shade of feldgrau Trikot is different to any other I've encountered or it could just be the lighting in the photo.

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ID:	557364Colors and colors and colors.
    damit, basta.

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