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    Another view--note headgear insignia on upper right:

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    Quote by stonemint View Post
    HPL--I was doing some research on the firm (I have a Rechnung from Firma Kern) and found the pics. I believe I just inputted mutzenfabrik, kern, lunzenau .
    The account of the history of this Saxon firm is as indicative of a small hat making firm as any. Noteworthy is the growth of same in the III. Reich. Thanks for the further data.
    damit, basta.

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    The knowledge on this thread is astounding! A pleasure to witness!

    Josh

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    Quote by stonemint View Post
    A visor hat maker as well as a tailor that survived the war: Uniform Negele of the old university town, Tubingen:

    Negele
    This is a find, really. I have not seen something like this, and in Tuebingen, no less. One knows that in this part of Germany, there is much traditional costume associated with yearly celebrations, as well as Trachten. But the historical piece is interesting. The maintenance of tradition of the medieval period is also a major trend. I wonder if they maintained their company records from the Schickelgruber period. I go to Stuttgart often enough, so I will have to take a look, as Tuebingen is near by.
    Thanks. An interesting and noteworthy find, which is the exception. In the main, these firms in a family are all gone. Although Breiter in Munich is still there, but they deal in ordinary headwear of no poetic kind.
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    Quote by Joshua View Post
    The knowledge on this thread is astounding! A pleasure to witness!

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    You surely will not find same on other sites, that's for certain.
    damit, basta.

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    Default Die Hutmacherfamilie Ehrlich

    The poignant story of a Jewish family owned hat business from Coburg.

    Die Hutmacherfamilie Ehrlich | coburg-life.de

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    Default Ernst Kern

    Here's some interesting information about the firm Ernst Kern of Lunzenau. I especially like the bit about them having to buy an Opel Blitz truck to take all the parcels to the post office in Chemnitz!

    PDF attached.

    The firm was a big operation yet we only see a few tropical caps with this maker name these days.

    This news articule is referring to what I believe to be the old Kern factory and it's impending demolition plus photos taken last year of it being done.

    Mützenfabrik soll Grün weichen - Freie Presse
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    Default Friedrich Bennewitz

    Another snapshot in time.

    Text auf dem Foto:
    Friedrich Bennewitz Mützenfabrikation 1) So sah der Mützenmarkt 1945 aus! Gefertigt aus geliefertem Kunden-Material. 2) 1950 Vertragsgebundene Poduktion. Einzelanfertigung stark zurückgegangen. Bis 1949 Mützen produktionpflichtig. Ab 1950 frei. 3) 1955 Produktion unter gleichen Bedingungen jedoch qualitativ wesentlich besseres ...(unleserlich)material. Einzelanfertigung. 1955 Mutter: Marie Bennewitz Rudolf Bennewitz Andreas Bennewitz Gerda Bennewitz u. Otto
    9 Generationen Kürschnermeister Bennewitz in Wurzen (seit 1652), bis zur Flucht 1952 immer an gleicher Stelle, Albert-Kuntz-Straße 1, Ecke Schuhgasse. Die 10. Generation Otto Bennewitz jetzt (2010) in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, das Haus ist wieder in Familienbesitz.

    Anschließend in Frankfurt/Main

    Aus dem als Album 1 gekennzeichneten Fotoalbum aus dem Besitz von Otto Bennewitz, Kürschnermeister in Garmisch-Partenkirchen:
    Betriebsräume der Mützenfabrik, Kürschnerei und Ladengeschäft in Wurzen/Sachsen
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ID:	252568Marvelous material, Ben, marvelous. I own one of these wooden forms which came with the magic book.
    damit, basta.

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    I agree, great additions, Ben.

    Speaking of books, I was out-bid (as usual) on this piece:
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