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Cap Patch WW2?

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If they are what I think they are they are too small to be mirror patches. As far as I know they were worn pre-WWII about 1939 and 40. I am not sure if they were actually authorized or just something a manufacturer came up with but you see a lot more of the loose patches than you see picture of them being worn, although I have seen them. They were also made with officer's rank insignia.



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Pre-War Cap patches. ASMIC ran an excellent article recently - ASMIC is worth every penny



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