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All uniformed military and Political formations had their own unique headgear. Most were for daily wear while many were utilitarian, such as with the military where they were used for combat & training purposes i.e. helmets. Still others were exclusively worn for dress or ceremonial occasions. Headgear varied in material, color & decoration depending on their use (climate) and organization. M1 Helmet, M1A, Garrison Cap, Patrol Cap, Jeep Cap, US Army, USMC, US Navy, Marine Corps, AAF, USAAF, CBI, Airborne, SF, Ranger, 1SSF, US Patches, Some standard military cap designs were the Visor Cap, Shako, Kepi, the Side, pickelhaube, Overseas or Side Cap and the Field or M43 style cap. Heere, Army, Luftwaffe, Kriegsmarine, Navy, Waffen-SS, Political, Red Cross, Police, Reichsbahn, Stahlhelm, NSDAP, SA, NSKK, NSKF,DLV, RAD, DAF, SS, SD, HJ, DJ, TENO, NPEA,

First Pattern Wehrmacht NCO Visor Cap

1 First Pattern Wehrmacht NCO Visor Cap; 1920-30s Reichsheer EM/NCO Crusher-style Visor cap with feldgrün wool crown and feldgrau cap band all piped in feldgrau; Heer first pattern nickel-silver insignia, ca.1934-35; pliable black leather visor; smooth black enamel side buttons and enlisted black leather chinstrap; unmarked beige cotton lining and brown ersatz leather sweatband having perforated owners initials ‘ED’; a very early Heer visor cap; about a size 55; Uncommon-$750.

 


 

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