NVA peaked cap, officer's, surplus
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If you ever thought about buying a good visor cap for everyday use, you should consider this East German model. It certainly is at least more progressive than the decadent Western equivalents!
Please note: the "silver" braid might not come with the hat, and the cap badges vary in style, along with the fabric of the gray part - sometimes it's wool, sometime gabardine style. sorry, we won't pick.
A traditional visor cap from the dead, but not forgotten East Germany. This visor cap is two-toned: the upper part is gray - the lower black. The visor is made of plastic. Quite similar to the German wartime model, but not the same, because the DDR certainly was not the bad guys.
These visor caps are unissued, but have been lying around in some god forsaken warehouse for a long time, waiting for the inevitable war between the East and West. Quite often you'll find 70's or 80's newspapers stuffed inside to retain the form, and by god is the socialist propaganda funny by modern standards!
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