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French Made US Garrison Hat?

Article about: Hello I would like some input as to what kind of hat this is. I know it is from WWI. I was thinking it was French made. However could this be postwar and was it used at reunions and ceremoni

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    Hello
    I would like some input as to what kind of hat this is. I know it is from WWI. I was thinking it was French made. However could this be postwar and was it used at reunions and ceremonies? I will really appreciate any help.
    Thanks
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    Hello! If it is made by a tailor, you must find the name of the tailor, in the leather for example. During WWII, uniforms were made in Paris and France but with markings such "Chapellerie Parisienne".

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    German WW11 garrison cap made in Paris...............DAVE H
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    This will be a WW1 Veterans cap worn by members of the 28th Inf Div.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    I saw this piece for sale. It is for 28th for 107th Field artillery. I think this is a very old reunion piece probably for the 1920s or 1930s still a neat hat
    Sean F

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