Cloth headgear

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  • Untouched Heer M42 field cap


    A nice untouched EM/NCO M42 field cap. The cap retains its wartime hand applied trapezoid. The cap is in good worn condition and a beautiful patina all through. The nap of the wool still remains at most places. The shadowing of the unused parts of wool is obvious and natural. The size of the cap is a 57. A beautiful untouched cap, really!

  • Heer officers field cap manufactured from Dutch sidecap


    Unique Pre war Dutch sidecap that was converted during the war to a German army officers field cap. The cap is nicely marked J.P. Mol Breda (the Netherlands) and is a good size 57. Scarce and unique piece that I’ve never encountered before!

  • Kustenartillerie M43 field cap marked 0/0520/0017 Hermann Potthoff Coesfeld


    Stunning mint Coastal Artillerie Nicely marked RBNr. 0/0520/0017 indicating production by Hermann Potthoff Coesfeld. The cap is a exceptional large size 61 and is a textbook example of a Einheitsfeldmütze fuhr Küstenartillerie. The cap features its factory sewn insignia and full lining. Underneath the cap has a few moth nips, but otherwise its just perfect. Can’t be upgraded!

  • Luftwaffe EM/NCO M43 cap


    Nice original Luftwaffe EM/NCO M43 cap in good used condition. The eagle has been resewn to the piece, otherwise a very nice original M43 cap !

  • Heer EM/NCO M43 field cap marked 0/1316/0014


    A superb M43 EM/NCO field cap or Einheitsfeldmütze.The cap is nicely marked RBNr. 0/1316/0014 dated 1943 and in size 56 which is a great average size for Hindsgaul mannequins. The cap has all the details that one would like to see on one of these textbook caps! The BeVo trapezoid is originally sewn to the piece and has never been removed from the piece. Finding a cap like this is very hard, especially in very good condition like this one.

  • Early Wehrmacht/Waffen-SS winter hood


    Rare early pattern knit winter hood. Issued together with the typical ringed knit gloves. These hoods are the typical early winter hoods prior to the later tube Schauschal. One of the rarest winter garment pieces to find!

  • Heer officers Schirmmütze for Aufklärung


    A nice original Heer visor cap or Schirmmütze for a officer in a Aufklärungsabteilung. The cap is in good and worn condition with its original insignia and cord. The visor is firm to the cap as is the sweatband. A very nice and desirable Aufklärung visor cap!

  • Superb Luftwaffe single button M43 EM field upgraded officers cap


    Superb untouched Luftwaffe single button M43 EM field cap which has been upgraded from EM to Officers by hand sewing a thick silver cord to the top. The cap is in nice slightly used condition. The cap retains its original factory sewn insignia and button. This cap would be a centerpiece to any cap collector, a unique example!

  • Luftwaffe yellow piped EM/NCO visor


    Yellow piped EM/NCO visor cap in great, used condition. The cap is made by Rahm & Kampmann 1939. The cap is in strong used but untouched condition and retains a lot of patina.

  • German issue mosquito net or Mückennetz


    A very nice wartime mosquito net in good condition. It is nicely made in the typical textbook light green colour and large enough to fit over a helmet.

  • Heer EM field upgraded officers sidecap


    A stunning and mint Heer sidecap which has been upgraded from EM to Officers by hand sewing a thick silver cord to the top. The cap is in mint condition and is a nice big size 60. Nicely dated 1940, this cap was manufactured by Hermann Naubert Mützenfabrik Erfurt. The cap has the dark green Waffenfarbe on the front indicating administration. The cap doesn’t have a eagle, but could easily be restored. This garment was recently discovered in a cloth processing plant and has never been in a collection before!

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