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PRE 1897 ENLISTED INFANTERIE MAN’S MÜTZE – BAVARIA

SKU: 33-274

$395.00

This is a pre 1897 Bavarian Infanterie Regiment enlisted man’s mütze in good condition. [Remember, prior to 1897 all headdresses featured the state’s kokarde ONLY, not the Reich’s kokarde. It was only in 1897 that the Reich’s kokarde was introduced and added to most headdresses. The Reich’s kokarde definitely was added to all visor caps]. The mütze’s primary color is dark-blue. It boasts a wide red trim band, measuring 2″ in width, circling the mütze’s base. A thin red piping band encircles the visor cap’s top. We see the single state’s kokarde in the large red trim band’s center. It is sewn into place. The cap’s exterior is astounding. I can see no evidence of any mothing, which is amazing for a one-hundred-plus-year-old wool item. Turning to the interior, we see a simple cotton liner that displays some miscellaneous stamps. Overall, this is a tiptop enlisted man’s mütze.

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This is a pre 1897 Bavarian Infanterie Regiment enlisted man’s mütze in good condition. [Remember, prior to 1897 all headdresses featured the state’s kokarde ONLY, not the Reich’s kokarde. It was only in 1897 that the Reich’s kokarde was introduced and added to most headdresses. The Reich’s kokarde definitely was added to all visor caps]. The mütze’s primary color is dark-blue. It boasts a wide red trim band, measuring 2″ in width, circling the mütze’s base. A thin red piping band encircles the visor cap’s top. We see the single state’s kokarde in the large red trim band’s center. It is sewn into place. The cap’s exterior is astounding. I can see no evidence of any mothing, which is amazing for a one-hundred-plus-year-old wool item. Turning to the interior, we see a simple cotton liner that displays some miscellaneous stamps. Overall, this is a tiptop enlisted man’s mütze.

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This is a pre 1897 Bavarian Infanterie Regiment enlisted man’s mütze in good condition. [Remember, prior to 1897 all headdresses featured the state’s kokarde ONLY, not the Reich’s kokarde. It was only in 1897 that the Reich’s kokarde was introduced and added to most headdresses. The Reich’s kokarde definitely was added to all visor caps]. The mütze’s primary color is dark-blue. It boasts a wide red trim band, measuring 2″ in width, circling the mütze’s base. A thin red piping band encircles the visor cap’s top. We see the single state’s kokarde in the large red trim band’s center. It is sewn into place. The cap’s exterior is astounding. I can see no evidence of any mothing, which is amazing for a one-hundred-plus-year-old wool item. Turning to the interior, we see a simple cotton liner that displays some miscellaneous stamps. Overall, this is a tiptop enlisted man’s mütze.