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Fiddler Cap is a flat-topped cap having a small visor. It is generally navy blue in color and is made from wool, felt, corduroy, or even denim, when worn in summers. The distinctive feature of the hat is its crown, which is soft and unstructured. The cap is also known as the Greek Fisherman’s cap and is associated with recreational sailing, fishing, and related activities.

As the cap originally was a workers’ cap, it was a symbol of the proletarian and therefore adorned by Russia’s Lenin and later became a part of the fashion accessory in the mid-1960s when it was worn by the famous Beatles musician John Lennon. This cap even became very popular in the Merchant Navy, where it was decorated with a white top and a gold braid.

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