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Named WWII Army Officer Visor Cap 3rd Infantry Rgt.
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A very clean example of a World War II Army officer visor cap, bearing the name tag of Lieutenant W.S. Buck, Company G of the 3rd Infantry, Camp Butner, North Carolina. The wool body is excellent and shows no wear, leather visor with minor wear, the leather sweatband is tightly sewn, the cork "cushion" between the sweatband and visor is partially missing. There is no size tag but the cap appears to be about a size 7 to 7 1/4. The cap is manufacturer marked by Knox beneath the celluloid sweat shield, and it bears the name of an Oklahoma retailer.