Field Caps

Bahnschutz cap for the lower ranks. Peter Küpper Wü-Rondorf 58 marked. Perfect condition without any signs of wear More
Price:
790€
Officers Wehrmacht Heer Bergmütze - Jäger mountain troops cap. Constructed with a short visor and high peak which is typical for a Bergmütze style. Officer's bullion cord. Originally "Zig-Zag" machine-attached BeVo-woven cap eagle. The swastika was cut out due to postwar denazification.More
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1 280€
Very nice condition, slightly worn M 40 SS Verfügungstruppe or Allgemeine SS side hat. It's latest type of the side hat introduced by "SS",   before it was transferred  to the "Waffen SS".More
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3 200€
M38 Wehrmacht side cap without soutache, rare variation with originally attached Luftwaffe round cockade and eagle, unusual liner - at the top of the liner was used Czech made material (captured cloth from Czech military stocks), mid war production. Has some moth damage, but in general looks great.More
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380€
M42 officers Feldmütze converted to Bergmütze. Originally period converted hat with all original insignia. Austrian units with dark green underlay Edelweiss badge. Officer's dark green T-shape eagle and cockade on a BeVo style.More
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1 150€
Waffen SS Bergmütze. A worn example in very nice condition with separate BeVo eagle and skull. Size 57 marked liner, leather sweatband. One button on the front. Left side Edelweiss insignia, most probably post-war attached. Condition is in the pictures.   More
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4 900€
M 43 Einheitsfeldmütze for officers in salty condition. Ugly, but the owner attached T type M 42 trapezoid eagle. The owner's name is a Selig. Before 1944 he was in service in Waffen SS, and most probably due of that he changed the insignia on the hat. That is from the words of family members.More
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1 320€
Officers Wehrmacht Heer Bergmütze - Jäger mountain troops cap. Constructed with a short visor and high peak which is typical for a Bergmütze style. Officer's bullion cord. Originally "Zig-Zag" machine-attached BeVo-woven cap eagle. The swastika was cut out due to postwar denazification.More
Price:
1 280€
Hat for the enlisted personnel of the service in the Reich Ministry for the Occupied Eastern Territories - RMBO. Reichsministerium für die besetzten Ostgebiete- RMBO) G. A. Hoffmann Berlin SW 23. 1943 year and size 56. Mint condition.  Very rare hat. More
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1 700€
Wehrmacht Heer salty black Panzer/ Armored personnel officer's overseas cap. This salty hat belonged to a real veteran who went through the war. Privately purchased cap constructed of finely ribbed black trikot diagonal wool, entirely in the original condition.More
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2 300€
M38 Feldmütze for the signals troops in the armored units of the Wehrmacht. The sidehat is in perfect, near mint condition. It is made of black wool with zinc eyelets black lacquer painted,  completed with a black tank eagle and dark green cockade with lemon yellow soutache over it.More
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2 450€
Very good condition, German war time period Wehrmacht-Heer officers M43 Feldmuetze in excellent, slightly worn condition. Rb Nr . 0/0496/0764 and size 58 marked. Typical textbook example. More
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1 450€
3rd Reich officers combat Panzer Polizei side hat M 40,  M 40 SS type hat but with  double silver piping:  on the top and on the side panels.  We got it from collector who told the story that it has been picked up from SS Panzer Polizei veteran's family.More
Price:
2 100€
WW2 German style hat, The frontline issue, trench made custom example, similar hat has been worn by commander of SS division Prinz Eugen. This salty example has a trace from insignia, stripped postwar or in the POW’s camp.More
Price:
350€
Wehrmacht Heer M 38 Pionier enlisted men side hat, nicely marked by Willy Sprengpfeil. Size 59 and 1941 year dated, the last year when these overseas hats were used with soutache. The hat is in good condition, but insignia is damaged due of wear More
Price:
480€
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