Pokalem forage cap
French forage cap of the so-called "Pokalem" type, first introduced by the 1776 regulations, and later revived by the 1812 Bardin reforms. Its name means "bonnet de courrier", and it was apparently used by the waggon and carriage drivers, to protect their heads and ears from rain, snow or the chill of the night.
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