H049488 EM/NCO'S OVERSEAS/M43 CAP EAGLE. (Mützen Adler)

BACKGROUND: The Third Reich pattern national eagle was officially introduced on February 17TH 1934 and regulations decreed it was to be worn on the steel helmet, visor caps, all tunics and field blouses. Later amendments to the introductory order stipulated that the national eagle also be worn on all field caps, the sports uniform and the black panzer wrap. Generally the national eagle for wear on the EM/NCO’s overseas and M43 field caps were machine woven, first in white on a dark green base, (circa 1934), then later in matte grey on a field-grey base, (circa 1939), while Officer’s versions were embroidered in bright silver/aluminum wire threads.

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: Machine woven national eagle in matte grey threads on a cut-out, woven dark green rayon base. Near mint early eagle typically for the overseas cap.

GRADE ****1/2                             PRICE $39.00

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