Cavalry enlisted man’s dress visor cap; harder to find than the 1902-1912 visor caps.
1930’s Cavalry EM dress visor cap which was privately purchased from, “HIRSCH TYLER COMPANY UNIFORMS” of Philadelphia. The stiffener from the crown has been removed. Everything is original to the cap, and overall in fine condition. It seems that the 1902 and 12 pattern caps are more plentiful than these dress caps of the pre WWII years for cavalry enlisted ranks.
A great example.
Size: approx. 6 7/8 – 7 (no label).