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eMedals-A 1936 Allgemeine SS NCO Visor Cap

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A 1936 Allgemeine SS NCO Visor Cap


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A 1936 Allgemeine SS NCO Visor Cap

A 1936 Allgemeine SS NCO Visor Cap -This cap is a classic example with black gabardine wool, with white piping. The exterior has zero mothing. The visor has no significant cracking and exhibits the typical SS RZM mark. The chin strap is fully intact and although there is cracking, it remains solid. The totenkopf badges appear to have never been removed and are original to this cap. They show period patina and are solidly fixed to the visor. The interior is also typical and textbook.  With the classic golden Runes, the celluloid shield is partially intact. It is stamped size 54 1/2. Behind the sweatband are black stampings "1936",  "36 ED 36". The padding from behind the band is lost to time. The interior also shows the soiling and wear expected from period use. Overall this visor is a great example and should be considered better than very fine.  
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