German WWII Luftwaffe Officer’s Visor Cap- Choice private purchase, named example. The exterior of this blue wool cap along with the ribbed black mohair centerband is in perfect condition. The early droop tail silver bullion eagle along with the stylized wreath and cockade are very attractive. The silver bullion piping on the cap along with the silver bullion chincord is also flawless. The visor is in excellent shape and has a black underside. This is not unusual for a private purchase cap. The rhomboid moisture shield has the impressed silver logo for the company. It is a size 55. The officer’s last name, which is “Dussler,” is written in the slide opening on the moisture shield. The brown leather sweatband has a number of discoloration spots, but is intact and damage free. The bullion insignia has been applied in a fashion where you can see the stitching on the interior. Once again, this is not a cause of concern, as this is a private purchase cap. I am confident it is unaltered and original.