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  • A Wehrmacht Flak/Artillery Parade Waffenrock NCO’s Visor Cap
  • A Wehrmacht Flak/Artillery Parade Waffenrock NCO’s Visor Cap
  • A Wehrmacht Flak/Artillery Parade Waffenrock NCO’s Visor Cap
  • A Wehrmacht Flak/Artillery Parade Waffenrock NCO’s Visor Cap
  • A Wehrmacht Flak/Artillery Parade Waffenrock NCO’s Visor Cap
  • A Wehrmacht Flak/Artillery Parade Waffenrock NCO’s Visor Cap
  • A Wehrmacht Flak/Artillery Parade Waffenrock NCO’s Visor Cap
  • A Wehrmacht Flak/Artillery Parade Waffenrock NCO’s Visor Cap
  • A Wehrmacht Flak/Artillery Parade Waffenrock NCO’s Visor Cap
  • A Wehrmacht Flak/Artillery Parade Waffenrock NCO’s Visor Cap

Item: G30074

A Wehrmacht Flak/Artillery Parade Waffenrock NCO’s Visor Cap

$500

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A Wehrmacht Flak/Artillery Parade Waffenrock NCO’s Visor Cap

This is a typical Wehrmacht Flak/Artillery Parade Waffenrock NCO’s visor cap constructed of fine quality Mützen-Trikot (cap tricot) with a fine twill weave (Körperbindung) pattern of parallel running ribs. The cap features a traditional high peak crown with bright scarlet-red piping running along the crown of the cap, as well as the top and bottom edge of the 43 mm wide dark green “Flaschengrün” coloured wool cap band. The visor is made of Vulkanfiber, and is lacquered black on the obverse, and coloured tan on the reverse, with a molded raised ridge running along the brim. The three-piece glossy black leather chin cord rests upon the visor, with black magnetic length-adjustment buckles on either side, and is fastened to the cap via two black-finished magnetic buttons. The insignia on the cap consist of a well-detailed eagle in stamped zink, measuring 63 mm x 26 mm. The eagle does not appear original to the cap, however, the eagle is period-original. Attached directly below the eagle is an open-ended wreath in silvered aluminum, with a metal tri-colour cockade consisting of metal black and silver rings, as well as a red felt core, measuring 62 mm x 39 mm. The inside of the cap is lined with pale yellow rayon by the crown, with rust-brown rayon on the sides. The cap also features a beige-coloured faux leather sweatband that is perforated towards the front, with a white cotton sweatband underneath the liner towards the front third of the cap. The crown portion of the cap also features a clear celluloid diamond that is stamped “”Ehret - Freiburg i. Br. Oberlinden 15” in black gothic lettering, as well as a small paper note labelled “Bitsel” in penciled handwriting. The cap measures 271 mm x231 mm at the crown, with a 65 mm diameter opening. Overall, it displays light period wear, with some thinning in the fabric underneath the crown, with light to moderate mothing towards the rear and right side of the cap band, as well as scattered on the trikot twill weave surfaces. The eagle insignia has lost its silvering, and is not original to the cap, and with the cockade loose with one fastener clip broken off. Overall better than very fine condition.
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