A superb cap as used by both officer and enlisted men in cold weather climates.
Field grey cap body with fur ear covers and peak.
Cap appears issued but has had little/too no wear.
Fur body in excellent damage free condition. Field grey wool cap body is in excellent moth and damage free condition.
Interestingly the cap insignia (Army) has been very carefully affixed to the cap body rather than through the front fur peak puncturing just the exterior crown not the quilted liner material. (both forms of wear, along with no insignia at all seem popular).
The stitch tacks holding the peak up, have both been cut to allow the peak to fall, but are still present (see images, marked).
Ear flap crown tie cords, present and in grubby damage free condition.
Interior is in matching clean condition, with good clear maker and size details along with is date of manufacture 1943. (See images).
Excellent condition that would be hard to better.
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