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    #61
    Another maker I have yet to see a wartime cap of-- "W & L Muller" of Bremen (this is on a Handelmarine visor):
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      #62
      First postwar August Muller I have seen (on a BRD-Luft visor):
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        #63
        First postwar HPC I have seen:
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          #64
          Originally posted by stonemint View Post
          G. Ahlers' postwar logo on an unknown DDR hat:
          Stonemint,

          I'd like to see a picture, or even two, of this unknown DDR hat.

          Regards,

          Gordon

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            #65
            Stonemint,

            Here is a label from an early, post war, BVG hat that arrived yesterday. Do you know if the maker made hats during the war?

            Regards,

            Gordon
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              #66
              A front view of this cap.
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                #67
                A side view.
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                  #68
                  Hallo Gordon

                  WW2 period contract caps showed this inscription:
                  CARL HALFAR/UNIFORM-MUTZENFABRIK/BERLIN N.20/Prinzenallee 74/= size no. =/ Lieferjahr .... (not always), all in block fonts.

                  I abstain myself from visors sold through the Verkaufs Abteilung der LW, because not of interest here.

                  The post-war production had a label with a sort of broken-ring and the words Ce-Ha Prima within (diagonally, in italics);
                  below Carl Halfar/Mutzenfabrik/BERLIN N 20 or BERLIN 65 (on a side-pointed label)/Prinzenallee 74, printed, respectively, on a stiff or smooth diamond.

                  best regards

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                    #69
                    enorepap,

                    Thanks for the info re wartime and postwar caps.

                    Regards,

                    Gordon

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                      #70
                      Gordon--here is the Ahlers postwar Feurwehr cap--it does not conform to TR specs, both by logo, and the lack of a velvet band--it looks like someone on Ebay tried to nazify it (when it has more value as an early DDR piece, especially given the rarity of an Ahlers hat postwar--there has to be very few around.)

                      Ahlers produced some very high-end visors during the TR era.
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                        #71
                        Full shot of interior--both the logo and the interior are very spartan compared to TR products.
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                          #72
                          Chris,

                          Thanks for the photos and the info. Too bad someone tried to turn it into something that it wasn't. That has been going on for a while but I think that you will see the trend changing as the price for early DDR hats has really gone up in the last year.

                          Cheers,

                          Gordon

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                            #73
                            Another Richard Lotze of Leipzig on a DDR cap:
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                              #74
                              Schellenberg:
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                                #75
                                I think Enorepap is correct on this--postwar Richard Kermes of Bremen :
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