WW2 German Kriegsmarine Cap Tallies
Reproduction WW2 Kriegsmarine Enlisted and NCO Cap Tallies. These are approximately 32mm tall and 150cm long. Choice of new, faded or aged condition. These tallies are made from black artificial silk which is a type of rayon material mixed with genuine silk.
Please note some tallies are BeVo pattern and some are embroidered - we copy originals to make these as accurate as possible and both variations are valid. Notice our aged tallies have green verdigris on parts of the weave - just like many originals!
Please feel free to contact us if you require a different World War two cap tally making up. Please see details of each Tally at the bottom of this page.
'Kriegsmarine' - Gold Gothic Font - New or Aged - Used on all surface and underwater ships during WW2 - worn as a generic 'Kriegsmarine' to conceal the identity of the actual vessel. BeVo type embroidery.
'1. Schnellbootsflottille 1.' - Gold Gothic Font - New or Aged - 1st Speedboat Flotilla - Active 1939 to 1945. Served in Baltic Sea, Poland, Norway and Black Sea. This is thick gold bullion embroidered type - not BeVo - taken from an original!
'Unterseebootsschule' - New Gold, Gold Faded or Gold Aged Gothic Font. In September 1935 the Unterseebootsflottille "Weddigen" (1st U-boat flotilla) was founded in Kiel. In the same year the Unterseebootsschule (U-boat school), was established. Attached to the schule was Schulverband der Unterseebootsschule (training unit of the U-boat school), which contained in 1935 six U-boats. The Unterseebootsschule and also the attached flotilla moved away in May 1937 to Neustadt.