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Unknown, high quality Peküro Visor - please help me with identification!

Article about: Hey from Germany! Some days ago I found this nice Pekuro Visor on a fleamarket in northern germany. The one line of the makers mark on the sweat diamond says: Deutsches Reichs Patent I know

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    Hey from Germany!

    Some days ago I found this nice Pekuro Visor on a fleamarket in northern germany.
    The one line of the makers mark on the sweat diamond says:

    Deutsches Reichs Patent

    I know that Peküro used this phrase til the early 50s, maybe 60s...

    Can anyone help me identify the usage of the visor cap?
    My guess would be some type of rural police or private security service (wachschutz).

    All opinions are highly welcome!

    Thank you very much!

    Mit freundlichen Grüßen, Nr16Lueneburg!

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    Hallo, vielleicht würden ein paar Bilder ein wenig helfen!
    Best regards,
    Lt. Col
    Ullergaard

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    It is a post war visor!
    Wait for stonemint or Erwesa to tell you more.
    Best regards,
    Lt. Col
    Ullergaard

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    Quote by Ullergaard View Post
    It is a post war visor!
    Wait for stonemint or Erwesa to tell you more.
    Ullergaard: Vielen Dank für das Kompliment und den netten, treffenden Kommentar auf deutsch!

    I'm not sure with this one. As Ullergaard said it is post-war. My first thought was Stadtpolizei - urban police. Yet I have not seen a velvet centerband with a police cap - officers had silvery piping and cords, but the centerband was made of the same material as the rest of the cap. Stonemint might know more.

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    Wie gesagt auf den Sammlerbörsen in Deutschland: "Nachgemacht" - meine Kumpels u. ich.
    Todd
    Former U.S. Army Tanker.
    "Best job I ever had."

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    As it comes to my mind - is there anything written on the back of the white paper slipped in the sweatshield?

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    Many thanks for your opinions!
    On the reverse of the paper ist nothing dritten.
    But in the front Side of this piece of paper are some letters written in pencil.
    They could mean ASB, what is maybe the Arbeiter Samariter Bund.
    I will try to Photograph it later, as soon as I'm back home.
    Please feel free to continue to share your opinions.
    Thanks a lot!

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    Definitely a postwar BRD visor.
    Could be anything from a Tram visor to a marching band hat.
    “Show me the regulation, and I’ll show you the exception.”

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