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eMedals-Germany, NSFK. An Early Officer’s Kepi, by Bruno Zins of Berlin

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Germany, NSFK. An Early Officer’s Kepi, by Bruno Zins of Berlin

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Germany, NSFK. An Early Officer’s Kepi, by Bruno Zins of Berlin

(Nationalsozialistisches Fliegerkorps Offizierkepi). Of multi-piece construction, fabricated with reinforced sidewalls with a visor towards, all in grey herringbone twill wool, including the sidewalls and the circular “coffee can” style top. Along the sidewalls and along the crown of the cap is decorated with silver aluminum embroidered tresse to signify Officer rank. The front is decorated with a well-detailed silvered aluminum eagle insignia on the peak. There are ventilation holes with black reinforcing eyelets on either side. The black finished leather chinstrap rests upon the protruding visor, composed of two pieces - the two ends are held together via a rectangular metal loop in the centre, with each strap having its own adjustable buckle, held in place by a black magnetic button. The underside of the visor is also in grey twill wool, while the sweatband is constructed of a brownish-orange synthetic leather, the ends pinned together on the right side of the cap. The interior of the sidewall of the kepi is lined in a grey coloured linen, with a clear vinyl maker’s diamond sewn to the crown, with a maker’s mark reading “Deutsche Handwerksarbeit - Bruno Zins Berlin, No18”. It measures 185 mm (w) x 230 mm (h), with visible wear to the sweatband, but with the exterior well preserved, in overall extremely fine condition.
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