For Sale - Caps

As much as it pains me...

Updated 26 January 2018 - at long last!

The following Soviet-era items caps for sale. Clicking on each picture will open up a larger, higher resolution image. If you have any questions or want additional information before purchasing, let me know. I accept checks or money orders in US dollars, Goggle Wallet or PAYPAL (although I will have to ask for an additional 5% if you use PAYPAL due to their fees). I do provide mailing costs for each item or set of items, but I will of course combine shipping further if you buy more. For example; standard postage within the US for 1 visor cap is $10, but only $15 for two. I will entertain offers of trade for caps I don't have. If interested, please contact me at: randallstewart@comcast.net

For militaria other than caps, please check out my For Sale - Militaria page.

KGB Officer Service

Excellent condition
A near perfect example of a KGB officer's service cap. 1967-stamped - Red Warrior; black fiberboard visor with correct older gilt filigree cords and heavy brass and enamel cockade (small bit of red chipped, but virtually invisible); with light wear on interior.
Marked size 54

Price: $100



Prototype Air Force General Parade

Very good - near mint condition
Undated (acquired in 1993); complies with uniform standards developed in Soviet era as part of planned force-wide changes to military uniforms scheduled for 1992; not widely implemented before the first true Russian uniforms were adopted in 1994 (as per Uniforms of the Russian VVF, Tom II, Chast 2 (1955-2004)).
Patent leather visor, dark blue top, azure band and piping, gilt embroidered wreath and wings; two-piece gilt general's cockade; general-grade buttons and lining; correct filigree cords (embroidered leather strap was to be abolished in 1992).

Marked size 56

Price: $100



Prototype Air Force General Parade/Walking Out

Very good - near mint condition
Undated (acquired in 1993 along with the above cap); complies with uniform standards developed in Soviet era as part of planned force-wide changes to military uniforms scheduled for 1992; not widely implemented before the first true Russian uniforms were adopted in 1994 (as per Uniforms of the Russian VVF, Tom II, Chast 2 (1955-2004)).
Patent leather visor, light gray top, azure band and piping, gilt embroidered wreath and wings; two-piece gilt general's cockade; general-grade buttons and lining; correct filigree cords.

Marked size 60

Price: $100



Air Force Officer Parade

Excellent condition
1972 marked - Zarnitsa; black fiberboard visor, correct parade emblems, filigree cords and Soviet Army buttons.

Marked size 54

Price: $60



Air Force Officer Service

Excellent condition
1984 marked - Zarnitsa; black fiberboard visor, correct service emblems, filigree cords and Soviet Army buttons.

Marked size 57 - close to actual 58

Price: $60



Motorized Rifle Officer Parade

Excellent - near Mint condition
1989 marked - Zarnitsa; black plastic visor, correct parade emblem, filigree cords and Soviet Army buttons.

Marked size 57 but closer to 58

Price: $60



Navy Officer Winter Service

Very good condition, couple minor moth nips to piping
1979 marked - Zarya; black fiberboard visor, two-piece officer's aluminum cockade, black chinstrap and Soviet Navy buttons.

Marked size 56

Price: $60



Professional Technical School (PTO) Student

Excellent condition
1990 marked - Odessa; black plastic visor, dark blue top and band; cornflower blue piping; Ukrainian PTO student cockade, black plastic chinstrap and correct Railways' buttons.

Marked size 60

Price: $40