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:D Alex, incidently, both hats were issued and/or produced in 1990...Nice hats

Hi, I've had these two DRR hats for quite a while, DDR is not my speciality. Does any one know which service they belong to?

thanks for any help

regards

Alex

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Hi,

"What indicates when they were built?"

Since 1968 the letter:

1968-K

1969-Z

1970-M

1971-X

1972-B

1973-L

1974-O

1975-S

1976-R

1977-A

1978-U

1979-F

1980-E

1981-G

1982-I (J)

1983-C

1984-H

1985-T

1986-P

1987-L

1988-Y

1989-N

1990-D

I hope, it is the correct listing.

D = 1990

Regards

Uwe

PS 13:51: Thank you Jon, the list is corrected

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1978-U

1982-I (however it can look like a "J")

Hi,

"What indicates when they were built?"

Since 1968 the letter:

1968-K

1969-Z

1970-M

1971-X

1972-B

1973-L

1974-O

1975-S

1976-R

1977-A

1979-F

1980-E

1981-G

1982-J

1983-C

1984-H

1985-T

1986-P

1987-L

1988-Y

1989-N

1990-D

I hope, it is the correct listing.

D = 1990

Regards

Uwe

Edited by jon m.
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Gents,

There is an earlier dating system that I had but cannot find at the moment. Can someone else post it please. It is relavant for eary uniforms not for hats. Before the four digit number were issued to manufacturers they often used their names in hats.

Cheers,

Gordon

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