WWI German U-boat Commanders Cap Horst Obermüller UC-34 - Aged
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This is a reproduction of a German WW1 Imperial Navy Schirmütze used by the Navy during the Great War. Showing ageing, usage markings, discoloration, tarnish and heavy wear. Size 55/56.
It is 100% reproduction and is made of fine quality doeskin wool with mohair cap band in dark navy blue and features the wreath and cockade with Imperial crown in hand-embroidered gold bullion. The ersatz leather sweatband, leather chin strap with gold anchor buttons and a vulkanfibre peak.
This cap is based on one worn by U boat Commander Horst Obermüller (Royal House Order of Hohenzollern), commander of UC-34. Under his command UC-34 sunk 10 ships one of which was the warship HMS Attack. He also sunk the troopship HMT Aragon killing 610 passengers including 25 soldiers from the 5th Battalion of the Bedfordshire regiment.
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