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    #16
    Good job stonemint ! you are a precious member...

    wolfy.

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      #17
      Emhage Interflug visor

      I've got several Interflug (East German Airlines) with the former Erel (changed to Emhage) markings. Here's one.
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        #18
        Emhage label
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          #19
          Here is another postwar logo I came across--I don't believe this was a wartime maker (but don't confuse it with "J. Lettel", a wartime manufacturer, also from Hannover):
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            #20
            This looks celluloid from the picture, and this postwar mfr also uses a 1/2 stirndruckfrei feature:
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              #21
              "Brammer", Hamburg:
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                #22
                "Ernest Brendler", Hamburg (they are still making Bundesmarine visors):
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                  #23
                  "Steinmetz & Hehl"--also Hamburg, and this looks celluloid.
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                    #24
                    "Johannes Heinrich"--Postal Kleiderkasse!:
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                      #25
                      Another Steinmetz & Hehl--don't know why this one is so small.
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                        #26
                        Anytime you see sweatband perforations going around the circumference of the band, it is postwar--see this:
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                          #27
                          A better image of "Steinmetz & Hehl"--not only are they making Bundesmarine visors, they also have a website!
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                            #28
                            Another postwar maker--"Oscar Scheyhing" (It drives me nuts that these podunk makers survive yet all the great makers of the TR did not, but thats my own pet peeve!)
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                              #29
                              "Wert-Siegel"--commonly seen on BRD caps (this was on a BGS cap):
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                                #30
                                Hi Stonemint,

                                Do you have a closeup of the sweatshield you started this topic with (the Bamberg Bundeswehr)
                                I am especially interested in the top part with the logo (four towers).

                                Reason is that I have a wartime Wasserschutzpolizei visorcap with, what seems to be, that exact logo on the sweatshield (see http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/foru...58#post1876758)
                                My sweatshield only shows the logo in a lightblue color.
                                I would love to know if my maker-label could in some way be tied to the Bamberg region as location for manufacture

                                IF this is the Logo of the company than they did produce also wartime. Maybe however it is just the logo of the city and used by several companies accross time

                                What are your thoughts on the matter?

                                thanks

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