Bullion Cap Cockade - Tan
German Army Bullion Cap Cockade with a Tan backing.
These were worn on the peaked Tropical caps of German troops fighting in Afrika during the Second World War. The bullion denoted Officer status, with the tan intending to match the cap. The colours black, white and red were originally introduced in the late 1800s to denote Imperial German forces, and were reintroduced by the Third Reich to be used on all Army caps.
The cockade is made from a silver aluminium bullion wire, with an outer black ring and red at the centre. The cockade then sits upon a tan or khaki backing, for sewing onto the hat.
Fine reproductions of the WW2 German Officers DAK Cockade with bullion wire on tan.
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