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This is a super example made of the lighter weight late war wool. The body is excellent without issues. The interior looks to have been worn, but very very little. The underside of the visor is the desirable style with the paper showing. The late war insignia is perfect and machine sewn to the cap. This one is a real winner; you will love it!
This is excellent, and all original and without problems. It has excellent original insignias, a solid tassel and very good sweat band. It will display great in your collection.
This is excellent, and all original and without problems. Don't ask me who removed insignia; I plead the 5th. The sweatband is also excellent and without problems. This one will display really well. $10 worth of replica SS bevo insignia will make this look wonderful.
This is an attractive cap right out of the woodwork. The body is very solid with excellent clean wool The inside is a black cotton and showing only very light age and use. The eagle is original to the cap, but neatly removed. The skull has been lost to history. This is the real thing, and your chance to own a nice one. Skulls are out there to be found. It looks good and will display well.
This is an attractive cap even with the mothing. The body is very solid with a good look. The insignia is attractive and original to the piece. Inside the sweat diamond is complete as is the sweat band and the original owner's name and rank. The correct original HJ tag is under the band. These are hard to find and usually cost a "Small But Load" of cash, so don't miss it.
This is a good looking honest cap I bought from the vet's Son, here in Clinton Twp, MI. It shows light honest age and use, with only one tiny hole on one side. The visor is slightly misshaped , but still looks good. Overall, its. a nice later war cap witch has never been fixed or worked on and will display fine.
These were worn by army personnel who were assigned to military service because of their technical skills for the duration of the war, and were differentiated from standard army administration officers by the blue grey band. The cap shows some honest age, but has no exterior damage with the exception of the green piping underlay being exposed in the back. The body is very solid. The inside has a good sweatband, but which was repaired in the front. Overall, this cap has a good field look to it, and will be a great addition to your pile of hats.
This one shows honest age and use. The body is sound and looks good with a nice classic shape. There is some funky stuff on the band next to the insignia, but it really does not show. The photo picked it up more than in real life. The inside is solid and nicely maker marked. It has a nice old look and displays well.
This one shows honest age and use. The body is sound and looks good with a nice classic shape. The insignia is original to the cap, and looks great. The inside is solid without issues. The piping is a bit worn is several places, but is hard to see. This came right out of the woodwork in Toledo, Ohio. It has a nice been there looks and will display fine. The insignia
This is a high quality cap made of really nice doe skin wool. There is a good size hole on top and a few other moth holes. The visor is loose @ one side. It has nice insignia and looks good from the front. It is the cheapest one of these anywhere on the web.
This is a very nice cap without moth holes or really any issues, from an old collection of the 1970s. My friend collected only when it was from the vet, and now he is starting to sell some off; as he is up in years. It is nice and clean with a very solid sweatband. The sweat shield is a bit broken with some missing, but that is no issue and does not show. This one will display very well.
This one shows honest age and use. It's a little dirty, but not bad. The inside is solid, with a repaired sweatband. The insignia looks attractive and a good match for the cap. This one will look good in your combat display.
This is a nice looking cap for the money. It has a good clean look with original period insignia. The body has several moth holes, and the visor is re-sewn, but otherwise it is very nice. The interior is original, with a decent sweat band. Overall, this is a nice cav piped cap @ a great value price
This is something I'm not sure what it exactly is, in terms of the piping color. It's the same color as the cap. It's never been messed with and totally original. I welcome your input. The body is excellent, with only several very tiny moth nips, and a great form. The inside is also great with a full sweat diamond and excellent 1938 dated and maker marked sweat band. It's a nice cap and will display well. Be the 1st kid on your block with one of these visor caps. on in
This one shows honest age and use. It's been there and has a nice field look. I bought it right from the vet's Son here in Clinton Twp, Michigan. It has no issues or problems and looks good.
This is from an old collection in Minnesota. It was bought from the WWII vet just the way you see it back in the 1970s. It is a textbook example showing only really light age. It is not mint, but excellent.
This is a variation I have seen several of before. It is made of a standard field type wool which is in very nice condition. The leather sweatband is also very solid. The insignia is the type found on this variation cap, and is factory applied. It is an attractive cap which will display very well.
This one is out of the woodwork in Alpena, Michigan. It shows honest age and use, but has no problems, and has a nice clean look. The body is excellent with the later war type cotton insignia machine sewn to the front. The interior is made of rayon, which is a typical. It is nicely marked "E" for the Erfurt Army clothing Depot. The front scallop is correctly reinforced, and the loops are on the underside of the flap, as they should be. It is a good looking honest example, not mint but nice.
This is a really original & used M42 Army over seas cap. It shows honest age and use. The wool is all solid and sound with the exception of one hole and another small damaged area under the fold, which look to be the work of some hungry mouse and friends. They do not show when the cap is in the normal folded position. The insignia is original, but replaced. It matches the cap well. This is the perfect economical cap for a display.
This is just the way my antique picker friend found it. It shows honest age and use, but has never been cleaned or worked on. The insignia is hand applied to the front. The hat body is sound showing a good amount of honest use with the exception of a hole on the left size. It is a good original cap for a mannequin or field display.
This is a mint perfect example. The insignia is machine applied, the grommets are the correct 2 piece type and the inside is lined with the always popular red material. It has a nice maker mark and is dated 1942. The size is a little on the small size, but still in the normal range; so this guy was not a rocket scientist. The inside shows no use, as does the outside. Only a small satin on each side from the white powder oxidation from the grommets. I think it may wash out if dome carefully by hand. This is a really attractive example of tropical headgear priced right.
This is a solid and attractive cap showing only light age and use. The insignia is hand sewn, but looks original to the piece. It's the 1st one I have and, and should go quick. It displays well, and should not break your bank.
This is a solid and attractive cap; I bought right from the vet's son. It shows some honest age and use but still looks good. The inside is solid. The top has a stain in the back, but nothing bad. It has never been fixed or worked on and will display fine.
This is a solid and attractive white top, that came with the cap listed above from the vet's son. There is evidence where a Luftwaffe eagle was attached for years, on the front. It shows light age and use, but is still very good.
This is a solid and attractive cap, but a bit on the salty side. The top is a little dirty, but still looks good. The inside is good, but the sweatband is missing part of the front. The overall shape is nice and it will display fine.
This is a very attractive example, and shows very well. The body is excellent with the exception of some very slight holes @ the back. The sweatband is very solid. The visor is very good. It is nicely FJ rgt. marked on the inside. You will not be disappointed.
This is a good honest cap showing age and use, but with a really honest look. The insignia is the way you want it to be. The inside has a replaced sweatband, I think post war. The sweat diamond is still there and solid. The visor has been re-sewn, which is often done. This one will display well without breaking your bank.
This is an attractive cap, with a nice clean appearance. It has good leather and nice insignia. The top has a few moth holes, but they do not show from the front. The sweatband is very good, but some of the stitching has broken loose @ the front by the visor. This one will look very nice in your collection.
This is a good solid honest piece. It shows some light age and use but with no issues and has a clean look. The strap and insignia look to be original to the hat. The sweatband is solid and original to the cap. Overall, it displays well and will look nice in your collection.
This is an excellent cap made from a high quality material. The body is excellent with very nice insignia on the front. The side has period made loops (just like you see on a tunic for badges) for the divisional enamel insignia, which is excellent showing only light oxidation. The visor is made from a very slightly different material, but still looks like a good match and is 100% correct. The inside shows some light but honest use, and is nicely marked. This is a great hat; you will not be disappointed.
This is right out of the woodwork in Perrysburg, Ohio from the vet's son. It shows age, and use and a few moth nibbles. It could use a dry cleaning, but, it's just the way it came out of the vet's basement. It still looks good and is 100% untouched.
This is a good honest original piece. There is no mothing, but it shows a good amount of use. It has lots of sweat on the inside. Perhaps there is enough DNA left in the cap, to clone an authentic Luftwaffe guy. The insignia is original to the cap and matches it well. If you fear replicas, this is for you.
This is the standard Luftwaffe white sheepskin cap showing some age and use, but still overall very good. There is one tear in the side, which really hardly shows. The insignia is original to the piece and looks good. These are a cool display hat; get yours today.
This is an attractive clean looking cap showing only light age and use. There is a small mothed area @ the back which really does not detract. These piped caps are much harder to find and display better than the non piped variety.
This is a nice toned example showing only light age. It will be look great on your cap.
This is a great hat. You should read no farther, and just buy it. OK OK, here it is... It came from an old collection of a buddy who bought what he found from vets back in the 1960s and 1970s. It shows very light age and has a nice antique white color. The outside and the inside are really nice and solid. There is a slight blue pen spot on the front, but it does not detract. You can see the chinstrap was readjusted years ago, but is original to the cap The insignia is brass with an excellent gold wash. This thing is really cool; don't miss it!
This is right out of the woodwork, and untouched. The body is very sound without issues. There is a bit of a chipped area on the top, but nothing bad. The wool is also excellent. The liner is really nice. Its maker marked by Erel. This one displays very well.
This is right out of the woodwork, and untouched. The body is very solid, and nice and clean. The liner is excellent. The strap and insignia are also excellent. The cockade is original and an interesting steel variation. The black leather is a bit crazed, but still very solid and good. These have become expensive over the last few years, and here is an original one priced to not ruin Christmas for the family.
This is right out of the woodwork, and untouched, almost. The cockade was bent, and I fived it, otherwise it is untouched. The body is very solid, but some of the green wool has some moth holes. The liner is excellent. The strap and insignia are also excellent. The cockade has several broken rear tabs holding it together, but is still solid and original to the piece. These have become expensive over the last few years, and here is an original one priced to not ruin Christmas for the family.
We had a no pay, so here it is again. This is a beautiful clean cap showing hardly any age. The body is perfect as is the insignia. The inside has a perfect sweat band and sweat shield. The visor is a later war fiber version, and is also perfect. It's a small size, but a real "looker.
This is right out of the woodwork in Central, Michigan. The cap is very solid without issues showing only light age and use. It could use a brushing, but has a nice look and displays very well.
This is the more desirable cloth covered version. It is very nice and without problems. All the leather is very sound. It was marked "made in Germany" on the sweatband, and later the marking were removed. This pith helmet was imported into the US back in the 1960 as army surplus. Overall, it is a nice attractive example.
This is a cool set on unfinished insignia stamped out of aluminum. The condition is excellent. They will look great with your tropical stuff.
This is a nice example of the winter model made of the standard Luftwaffe brown leather, with the interior construction of fuzzy sheep's fur. It is in very nice original condition with sound leather fittings, plug , mikes etc. It shows some light honest age and use, but will still display fine.
This is a model without any radio gear, and is made of the standard Luftwaffe summer brown cloth, with the interior construction of blue grey cotton material. It is in nice original condition, showing only light with sound leather fittings. There is a light rust stain on one side, but it is nothing bad.
This is a nice example of the model made without any radio gear. It is made of the standard Luftwaffe brown leather, with the interior construction of fuzzy sheep's fur. It is in very nice original condition with sound leather fittings.
This is an excellent set, without issues. The glass is perfect with the original stickers. The rubber is solid showing only very light age. The strap is also excellent. The box is excellent. This is a great display set for your Luftwaffe collection.
This is an excellent set, right from the vet's estate in Midland, Michigan. The glass is perfect with the original stickers. The rubber is solid only slightly hard from storage. The strap is also excellent. The extra lenses are also excellent. The box is solid, but shows some age. This is a great display set for your Luftwaffe collection.
This is a pair of standard German Wehrmacht issue dust goggles issued to infantrymen of all branches. They look great as a display with a helmet. The leather is in nice pliable condition and the elastic strap is sound. The original carry packet and instruction are included.
This is a pair of standard German Wehrmacht issue dust goggles issued to infantrymen of all branches. They look great as a display with a helmet. The leather is in nice pliable condition and the elastic strap is sound. The original carry packet is included, but the material around the snap has broken off.
This is a nice original set without cracks or chips. The case has a few moth nips, but nothing major.
This is a nice original set without cracks or chips. The case has a few moth nips, but nothing major.
No these are not pilot's goggles. If you have a pair for sale and are claiming they are Luftwaffe fighter pilot or flight goggles; shame on you! They are a very sound pair. The strap is sound, and full length. The lenses are perfect without cracks. The rubber frames are still very flexible. These are very good for a headgear display. The can is the correct original one for these. Overall these are a very solid pair of desirable goggles.