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Mayerhofer firm, Munich

Article about: Gents- I did a search, and I've been unable to find any background, or details/cards, logos etc., like in the Kleiderkasse muetze thread here, on the firm of Mayerhofer in Berlin, of which s

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    Gents- I did a search, and I've been unable to find any background, or details/cards, logos etc., like in the Kleiderkasse muetze thread here, on the firm of Mayerhofer in Berlin, of which some Feldblusen are stamped.

    Anyone have any more information on this firm?

    thanks in advance

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    You will have to be more specific here with your request, and your heading indicates Munich and your text suggests Berlin, which adds to the level of complexity.
    damit, basta.

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    Apologies, my mistake, the Mayerhofer firm is located in Munich

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    Do you have any more detail, i.e. on what sort of item this name appears?
    Also, there is a species of Feldblusen specialist, who is deeply steeped in this thing.
    I know RZM licensed makers, which may or may not apply to this firm, since the SS began to buy their clothing and equipment on their own at time wore on.
    damit, basta.

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    I have seen feldblusen stamped with the firm's name. Heer and SS feldblusen as well as the 'tropical' SS feldblusen.

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    I would take your question to the army section here, and maybe they know best.
    There is a very nice book on the 1933 and 1936 army field blouse, and maybe the author knows. It is a French or Spanish personage.
    damit, basta.

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    Thank you- do you mean the book <Feldbluse> An excellent book

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    Thanks. I do, indeed. It is a wonderful book.
    damit, basta.

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    Agreed, lots of wonderful details in there- yes, JP is a member here, I've followed some of his excellent and informative threads.

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    Name:  A302.jpg
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Size:  8.7 KBBy accident, the makers of caps get a lot of mileage here, but there were thousands and thousands of uniform makers of various kinds.

    The Peek Cloppenburg firm produced a nice colored book during the war, in fact, which is well worth owning.

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    Agreed, lots of wonderful details in there- yes, JP is a member here, I've followed some of his excellent and informative threads.
    You mean the author is one of us? Bravo. Then I suggest you levy him with your wish.
    damit, basta.

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