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Muetzenfabrik

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    Bravo, Patrick, and said cap was costly in 1944. Very interesting.
    damit, basta.

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    It is an interesting item, I wonder where Whammond finds things like this. Perhaps you could find receipts like this under the sweatbands of caps?

    Cheers, Patrick

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    Nice piece of letterhead for firma Emil Ludke of Jena:

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    A postcard for Firma Karl Naubert (which also went by Hermann Naubert). Note that the initials make up the head of the soldier in the logo:
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    Interesting links about Küntzel. Amazing, that he uses vintage sewing machines from the twenties and that there is still a market for this kind of craftmanship.
    But then the Germans do love their caps (just a simple observation - no ulterior motive. I see more sailing caps being worn by Germans than in any of their neighbouring countries. And that with a collective German coastline of app 5oo metres).

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    Notice the loving care with which the visors and berets were shipped--no individual boxes & no wrapping paper:
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    Quote by Patrick Lewis View Post
    A receipt for a "luftwaffe cap" on whammonds site.
    Am I reading this right, 20.5 RM for an NCO hat?

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    damit, basta.

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    A wonderful insight into the firm Bachmanns and also the firm Kubach of Mainz, another prolific maker during the TR era.

    E. German Hatter Gets Ahead / The Christian Science Monitor - CSMonitor.com

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    A wonderful insight into the firm Bachmanns and also the firm Kubach of Mainz, another prolific maker during the TR era.

    E. German Hatter Gets Ahead / The Christian Science Monitor - CSMonitor.com

    Thanks. Very interesting. This black cap of mine is one of my favorites and very well made as are the early species of this cap.
    damit, basta.

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