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    Very nice. Pleasing in the extreme. No wonder we treasure these things as much as we do.

    damit, basta.

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    Great pictures! Wish I could question one of these women about cap making. Any idea where Möser was located?

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    Quote by ErWeSa View Post
    Great pictures! Wish I could question one of these women about cap making. Any idea where Möser was located?
    Werkstatt von Mützenmacher Paul Brand in Lüben, in der Steinauer Straße 13 (vormals J. Möser) um 1928. Aus dem Fenster schauen die Eltern
    Brand und ihre beiden Töchter Gertrud und Martha.

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    Default Mützenmacher Paul Brand und Ehefrau Agnes 1926

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ID:	873199 Two sources of note: the late 1940 SS Kleiderkasse catalog, i.e. the real deal, and, more astounding, the SS Wirtschaft und Verwaltungshauptamt qua Bekleidungswerke Dachau Waffen SS price list from early 1 9 4 2.

    The latter smashes quite a few gun show old wives' tales, of that you can be certain. I have included the headwear pages for your files.

    I paid a lot of money for these things, but the images are free.....!!!
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    damit, basta.

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    I render humble thanks to Peter Jenkins and Martin Stiles for their commercial finesse.
    damit, basta.

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    Very nice picture of the Wilhelm Köhler, Militär-Effekten und Uniform Geschäft!
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    And you could get a sharp haircut to go with your new uniform right next door!

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    In addition, there was another tailoring trade publication put out weekly during the TR called "Der Schneidermeister", of which I have just one issue.
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    My scanner is not working the best, but you get the idea. There are ads for Thiele & Steinart, who made much in the way of bullion insignia during the war, and whose proof pieces were discovered in a horde find after the war.

    There is also an ad for a hat-maker from Berlin, "Max Pahlke"--I have yet to see a hat made by this firm. There is also a classified section in which various tailoring houses are seeking tailors, to include Georg Kurz of Braunschweig. It appears there was a shortage of tailors during the war.

    The magazine also focuses on the Zivil market, and there is even a section entitled: "Fur die Frau Meisterin". Further, in my issue, the Govt Official uniforms are profiled.
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