Kav.Rgt.18 Heer Kavallerie visor cap

A very special Heer cavalry visor cap to an EM/NCO serving with Kavallerie-Regiment 18. This unit existed from 1920 until summer 1939. So there are only 4 years (1935-1939) they would have issued Wehrmacht caps. This one was made in 1936 and was issued in 1937. It comes with several stamps including a 9./KR18 unit stamp. There is also a very light stamp which is hard to read. You can read STUTTGART and BAD CANNSTATT which was the home town of the regiment. The maker could be VALET. It is hard to read indeed but specialists will be easily able to identify the maker.

Size 56 typical red liner. No damage to the celluloid diamond. Rest of a paper name tag.

Matching aluminum insignia. Fine GOLDGELB piping. A few moth holes mainly to the top.

Condition 2 to 2-.

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