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    Apropos Traugott Rahne, they still make uniforms for the Bundeswehr today.
    damit, basta.

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    Default Description of the Marine HJ Mütze with white detachable top.

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    Default Manufacturing specifications for the "halfstif" SA Mütze

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    An unissued white dress shirt for the LW tux from the LVA in the original cellophane packing.
    Credit: Hopsi
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    Default Karl Scholz, Pirna. WW1, WW2.

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    Default Opolka & Muller rechnung.

    License number A.1./60
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    Erel, great post. Until I read that, I did not know that Opolka and Muller used the Hammaburg logo--it had always been a mystery maker to me.
    Second, I have seen either tunics or visors marked to Wilmink in Plettenburg--they were a retail shop, and apparently survived the war (as did Opolka).

    Here is a Rechnung for Wilmink I found on the web:
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    Quote by Erel View Post
    License number A.1./60
    made this black SS officer's cap of ca. 1934 or 1935
    damit, basta.

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    Here is a Hammaburg LW visor:
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    This Opolka is much more high-quality than the above LW hat:
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