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    Default Heritage 1912 cap design

    I just received a Heritage 1912 and I absolutely love it, but I noticed something about the cap design I wanted to ask any fellow owners about.

    Does the bottom of your cap (with clip facing right) have a small indentation? At first I thought it was a dent/damage, but the location and geometric nature seem more purposeful than haphazard.

    Do yours have the same? Any idea what the purpose is?







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    Default Re: Heritage 1912 cap design

    Quote Originally Posted by chairman_k View Post
    Any idea what the purpose is?
    It increase the preciousness.

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    Default Re: Heritage 1912 cap design

    Looks like a molding defect when the cap was made. Did not see anything like that on the 1912 I just got in new.

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    Default Re: Heritage 1912 cap design

    Quote Originally Posted by agpatel View Post
    Looks like a molding defect when the cap was made. Did not see anything like that on the 1912 I just got in new.
    That would be my guess as well, except I spell it 'moulding'.

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    Default Re: Heritage 1912 cap design

    Quote Originally Posted by agpatel View Post
    Looks like a molding defect when the cap was made. Did not see anything like that on the 1912 I just got in new.
    Therefore, value it like an upside-down Jenny airplane postage stamp.

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    Default Re: Heritage 1912 cap design

    Quote Originally Posted by FredRydr View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by agpatel View Post
    Looks like a molding defect when the cap was made. Did not see anything like that on the 1912 I just got in new.
    Therefore, value it like an upside-down Jenny airplane postage stamp.
    i like your perspective! it looks like itís almost by design, but one more thing that makes this one special to me. iíll call it the heritage 1912 dimple edition.


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    Default Re: Heritage 1912 cap design

    It looks like a moulding defect to me. I'm surprised that got through quality control checking. Wait..... maybe not so surprised.
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    Default Re: Heritage 1912 cap design

    Quote Originally Posted by An old bloke View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by agpatel View Post
    Looks like a molding defect when the cap was made. Did not see anything like that on the 1912 I just got in new.
    That would be my guess as well, except I spell it 'moulding'.
    US does not like to spell words like the rest of the world

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