WWII German Aluminum Army Visor Hat Eagle Insignia in a good condition.
Circa 40ies of 20th centure.Consistent with its age, Please see scans!
This is a two prong near mint eagle for the visor hat.
Dimensions – apprx. 63 mm x 32 mm.
The pictures are from actual item that you will recieve.
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Since before World War I German and Austrian mountain troops had worn a visored "ski cap" (Gebirgsmütze) with turn-down ear flaps secured in front by two buttons. A version of this cap with longer visor, false turn-down, and slightly lower crown in olive cotton twill had been issued with the tropical uniform. In 1943 a similar cap in field-grey wool with a visor intermediate in length between the mountain and tropical versions was issued to all troops for field wear only; it quickly became the most commonly seen soft headgear at the front. Insignia was similar to that of the side-cap, although the eagle and cockade were both worn above the turn-up. A black version was issued to Panzer crewmen.
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