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    Marcello, !
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      I think a postwar maker but I don't have information about.

      Varoga of Bremerhaven:
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        Landgraf of Bamberg:
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          Weiffenbach Fire Brigade of Sankt Ingbert:
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            Weiffenbach no. 2:
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              Hans Eichmüller
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                Hallo Chris

                This visor appeared in August of the last year.

                Hans Eichmüller of Sulzbach-Rosenberg in OberPfalz was involved in the retail sale of clothing and accessories, but with a commercial register announcement of February 24, 2014 the company was extincted ex-officio, according to the German Commercial Code § 31.

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                  I know you guys have the knowledge beyond comprehension on all of this and I have finally given up on ever coming close to knowing a thimble full of didley squat. I know I have some post war visors that I purchased to make Comic Con costumes for my daughter and I. But I did come across one visor that no one seems to know anything about it, so I set it aside until I did find the scoop on it. It looks just like the Luftwaffe officer visor except the material is all black with the silver bullion. The label says Carl Busse special fabrication (German) Stirndruckfrei (?) Deutsches Patent 816S03 I have asked people about it but no one recognizes it. One person thought it might have been a sample model. I have no clue about it except that I think it is post war. The only info I found online was that Carl Busse supplied items for Fire Departments during WW2. I could not find anything else. Also, I am curious about the construction of the inner band...were they made of card board or plastic?

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                    Hallo Ironheart

                    Some pictures would be of great help

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                      I am not a paying member and I have no idea how to show it. I will try again soon. I am pretty sure it is post war, I only paid 25. US for it from a lady in Germany. If it were wartime it would have cost a lot more money. I can say that it says Carl Busse at the top of the lining.

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                        I am also a simple member but nevertheless the function has now been added which allows in any case to post a maximum of 10 images for each intervention regardless of the condition of associate and this was a commendable initiative.

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                          I will try. I hope this worked. Like I mentioned I am sure it is post WW2 but for who and when I do not know.
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                            Woo hoo, It worked!

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                              I'd say it's definetly post-war, because on the sweat shield, it says "deutsches B-Patent" instead of "deutsches Reichspatent".

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                                But does anyone know who used this visor? Police, Fire, etc.,?

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