HJ cap

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Hello,

Can i get some opinions on this cap. I normally don't trust caps without Rzm markings, but i may be wrong on this one.

Thank you,
Cas

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The silver braid suggests DJ leader but this is not one of the two standard types of the DJ leader cap. The standard types both had a buckle closure and you can see many examples of the correct caps and an explanation of the differences, for example, here: Deutsches Jungvolk cap for leaders (DJ Führermütze)

In this post I mentioned the non-regulation practice of adding silver braid to a standard HJ/DJ winter cap. However, the cap you show is not a HJ/DJ winter cap so caution is very much advised.
 

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Hello,

I think this DJ cap is from the end of the war period and non-regulatory as Garry said.
The silver pipping and the RZM Tag missing don't faze me at all with this Pattern.
However, be careful with this kind of Item.

Best Regards
Eric
 
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