ARVN : #202


Very rare South Vietnamese camouflage cowboy styled hat.




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This is probably the rarest Vietnam War camouflage pattern – bar none! Extremely unusual and very (very) seldomly seen or encountered.  This pattern is locally printed  in very small quantity and so far was only seen in head gears rather than uniforms. Upon close examined, this pattern is simply a copy of the HUYET (bood […]

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This is probably the rarest Vietnam War camouflage pattern – bar none! Extremely unusual and very (very) seldomly seen or encountered.  This pattern is locally printed  in very small quantity and so far was only seen in head gears rather than uniforms. Upon close examined, this pattern is simply a copy of the HUYET (bood cake) camo pattern. Many VN collectors have mistakenly called this patterns as PURPLE, PINKS, BULLET PROOF which has “FLAT NO” significant meaning to its naming convention. This particular camo pattern appeared on SVN camo uniforms worn by the ARVN Airborne, LLDB and Ranger in very early stage of the war. Excellent to near mint condition and decent size (about a 58 or 59). Hat has the VN arc and a (probably US navy) patch.  Again – this is no doubt the rarest VN war camo pattern!!!!!!!!!!!

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