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ww2 Era hats i was wondering if anyone recognized them? Thanks!

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    I was just wondering if anyone recognized names of these hats or if they have any significance. thanks for looking!!

    I am thinking of listing them on ebay if it would be worth my time...having rough times at the moment thanks for any advice!

    Robert
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    ww2 Era hats i was wondering if anyone recognized them?  Thanks!   ww2 Era hats i was wondering if anyone recognized them?  Thanks!  

    ww2 Era hats i was wondering if anyone recognized them?  Thanks!   ww2 Era hats i was wondering if anyone recognized them?  Thanks!  

    ww2 Era hats i was wondering if anyone recognized them?  Thanks!   ww2 Era hats i was wondering if anyone recognized them?  Thanks!  


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    Hi Robert, I hope things pick up for you.

    They are all good caps

    The pith helmet might be marked on the inside?

    The other caps are all WW2 US Army enlisted men's service dress caps both in summer weight (Chino) and winter weight Olive Drab.

    The flashlight is WW2 as well, a model TL122C.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Pith helmet looks American, moulded with the pugaree "on it" There were two main manufacturers of these I think - have'nt got the book to hand.

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