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    Hello Friends

    can be it original?

    thx for help and all opinions are welcome

    Best

    PS: I have only this photos now.
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    no

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    Quote by jws54 View Post
    no
    thx for quick reply

    and what is all wrong?

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    It looks very pristine for a film marked prop, whereas the stamps are very light for a property mark. The eagle's head looks like a blob, and the piping looks poorly done above the velvet band. And if it is to be Italian material, instead of whipcord wool, it certainly appears too gray. The skull seems to be poorly stuck, and without nice finished detailed edges. These are just quick observations.
    Last edited by jws54; 07-03-2010 at 03:30 PM.

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    Quote by jws54 View Post
    It looks very pristine for a film marked prop, whereas the stamps are very light for a property mark. The eagle's head looks like a blob, and the piping looks poorly done above the velvet band. And if it is to be Italian material, instead of whipcord wool, it certainly appears too gray. The skull seems to be poorly stuck, and without nice finished detailed edges. These are just quick observations.
    yes its true

    thx

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    Usually original filmstudio SS caps are sold in the end of 1990's, they was a heavily worn, due of bad storage and wear, in film studio they did not count that this items are valuable.
    Modern fakes is made with some of the filmstudio markings- to give the story for the item. In the past I have not seen a lot of items from filmstudios, even I was one of the filmstudio/theaters hunters in the Ex-USSR. But truily I will add that only the Belorussian filmstudio has a good warderobe stock, due the access to that studio is strictly controlled by Belorussian authorities
    My friend has got in the beginning of 1990's approx 200-300 of M42 and 43 SS jackets ( approx a 50% of them was without lower pockets, breast pockets or without pockets at all.). They are still there, but that is only one studio with the stuff, and forget about getting them
    Regards,
    Dimas

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    contrast...an un used cap of late make in a US collection (not mine..)
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    damit, basta.

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    Hey Milan -

    As long as we're talking about this, why not pull the insignia back and give us a shot of the backs? And how about some close-ups of the fronts!

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    Quote by Frog View Post
    Hey Milan -

    As long as we're talking about this, why not pull the insignia back and give us a shot of the backs? And how about some close-ups of the fronts!
    because it isnt my visor, thats all

    i havent more photos from it, but thx all for opinions

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    Right - no further opinion here.

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