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I would appreciate any assistance in identifying these Cuban police and misc hats that date pre 1959.  These are several of about 12 to 15 total that I will be showing.

I will most likely keep 4 or 5 and sell the rest.  I also will post early cuban revolution pins, flag and misc items should they be of interest.  Thanking in advance for any help offered.

Kindly, Ivan

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