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Cap, Australian Militia Officers, The Swan Regiment, 1937, H.A. Hammond

Overview

Circular, black & green felt peaked cap. Green felt hat band stitched in place - rest of crown black felt with a narrow piping of green around the top of crown. Black plastic chin strap above peak & a Swan Regiment Badge in centre front. Brown leather lining inside brim and a plastic protector on top of crown. Black plastic peak, lined with green.
A white ribbon bow attached to centre back of leather lining.

Historical information

Hat worn by Lieutenant Herbert Alexander Hammond during inter-war militia service with 28th Battalion (The Swan Regiment).

Details

Details

Registration number
cwa-org-111-1998.12
Item type
Width
280 mm
Height or length
130 mm
Depth
270 mm
Keywords
28th Australian Infantry Battalion, The Swan Regiment
Second World War
HAMMOND, Herbert Alexander, 1905-1976
Citizens Military Forces
Army Officer
Victoria Park, Western Australia
Fremantle, Western Australia
Kalgoorlie, Western Australia
Headdress
Primary significance criteria
Artistic or aesthetic significance
Historic significance
Comparative significance criteria
Interpretive capacity
Object’s condition or completeness
Rare or representative
Well provenanced
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Cap, Australian Militia Officers, The Swan Regiment, 1937, H.A. Hammond
Cap, Australian Militia Officers, The Swan Regiment, 1937, H.A. Hammond