Very Nice High Quality Original Doe Skin Wool WWII German Army (Heer) OFFICER’S M38 OVERSEAS CAP. (Feldmütze n/P M38) Certified

Very Nice High Quality Original Doe Skin Wool WWII German Army (Heer) OFFICER’S M38 OVERSEAS CAP. (Feldmütze n/P M38) Certified

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Very Nice High Quality Original Doe Skin Wool WWII German Army (Heer) OFFICER’S M38 OVERSEAS CAP. (Feldmütze n/P M38) Certified. The Officer’s M38 overseas field cap was originally introduced on December 6TH 1938 as a replacement for the old pattern visored field cap that had been introduced in March 1934. The design of the Officer’s M38 overseas cap was based on the M34 overseas cap as worn by EM/NCO’s.  Nice quality, M38 pattern, field-grey wool and rayon blend construction cap with a “doe Skin”  weave. The cap features fold down side and back panels with scalloped slopes to the forward side panels. The crown edge and the forward scalloped side panels are both piped in bright, interwoven, silver/aluminum braiding. As is typical the fold down panels are stitched in the upright position at the front center of the cap. The cap has a field-grey, enamel painted, magnetic sheet metal ventilation grommet to each side positioned just below the crown edges. The front center of the cap has a machine woven national eagle in silver/aluminum flat-wire threads on a cut-out, woven dark green rayon base. The eagle is handstitched to the cap. The front center of the fold down panels has a padded, machine embroidered bullion national tri-color cockade which is also handstitched to the cap. The cockade is flanked by a Infantry white silk waffenfarbe soutache in an inverted “V” pattern. The soutache is applied in the proper manner running through slashes at the seam near the caps bottom edge and handstitched in place. Of Note: Regulations of July 10TH 1942 abolished the use of the branch of service soutache and instructed it to be removed from the caps, although the directive was not strictly adhered to. The interior of the cap is fully lined in ribbed, black cotton twill and has a partial, tan leather sweatband positioned at the front forehead section. The lining is in excellent condition. The cap is in overall very good condition with  small moth wear and areas of light to moderate age and usage toning. All original stitching.. very nice untouched cap of the highest quality private tailor purchased. A good example   in good but worn condition   (see photos) . Complete museum documentation (COA) Provided. Certified by The Gettysburg Museum of History. The Gettysburg Museum of History does not support or condone Adolf Hitler or the Nazi Party and is only offering this as a historic relic. Please see our other items.    Also note when browsing our web site there are several pages of items, at the bottom of the list look for other page numbers. Nice, GOOD BUT WORN CONDITION! Highest Quality!

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