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Trying my hand at photographing some head gear.  I need some practice, so bea4 with me.  Tips, comments, etc. welcome!

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A couple more

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Trying one more.

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Hello Nack , Hard to say but one of the main manufacturers of caps was EREL Robert Lubstein ,look inside your cap ,a makers Seal must be . another manufacturer was PEKURO this one has as trademark a dispositive in the front of the sweatband that minimizes the pressure over the front of the head . search for it with care .

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With good photos it always best to have a single color background, good lighting and details of valuable areas.  

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Hello Nack,

Peküro did indeed use this method of attaching sweatbands - zigzag-stiching the leather to a strip of velvet which was then sewn into the cap. Yet Peküro always used black velvet. The only cap producer that often also used brown material which comes to my mind is BaMüFa (Bayerische Mützenfabrik - Bavarian cap factory). See here:

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