WW2 Japanese Navy Officer’s Peaked Cap

WW2 Japanese Navy Officer's Peaked Cap

WW2 Japanese Navy Officer’s Peaked Cap


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WW2 Japanese Navy Officer’s Peaked Cap

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This is a hat of the petty officer of the sea of Japans Navy in late  WW11. The size is 56 centimeters. There is neither hole nor tear. The outer and inner cloths are great condition , original gold bullion and metal badge. its been well looked after. The loan name tag is sewn internally. There is writing by five rows in the name tag. The content is as follows.

The rightmost line , Upper row and having one’s name registered number. The 2007th the lower and MAIZURU Pilots.

The second line from right , Upper row and name, the lower and ISHIBA MAGOSHICHI.

Line at centre , Upper row and date of delivery, May , the lower and 1944.

The second from the left, Upper row, size and year and month of manufacture, The lower , No3 and March 1943.

size 54

new private collection

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