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Made from the best woolen cloth, with linen lining. This is carefully hand embroidered in naturally dyed worsted yarn, with all the correct lining and internal stiffening of the originals. All fully hand sewn.The front panel is stiffened with a strawboard insert. The rear red patch with cane strips covered with linen tape. Fully lined inside with linen and finished with a worsted tuft on the top.Each regiment has their of distinctive colour facing and style of GR embroidery. The patterns were first formally established in 1743, and continued in use untill the cap was finally superceeded in 1768Each hat can be made to the colours and patterns of the indiviadual regiments.Made from the best woolen cloth, with linen lining. This is carefully hand embroidered in english wool, with all the correct lining and internal stiffening of the originals. This version of the British Mitre cap was worn by those regiments using their own distictive badge Each hat can be made to the colours and patterns of the indiviadual regiments.Regimentally badged caps were for the three Foot guard regiments and the 7 old regiments who retained their distinctive badges on the front, rather than the general GR and scrolls of the other regiments.
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