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    #31
    Ernst--nice website--I am really starting to appreciate Polizei more and more--it has to be one of the most complex topics of the III Reich.

    My understanding is Bamberger is a post-war creation (they may still be in business to this day). Gary Wilkins did not list them in his book, but you never know--we all get surprised in this hobby on a daily basis. My reccommendation would be to correspond with (or visit) the factory/offices--they may be able to give you the information you seek.
    If you ever find anything out, let us know!
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      #32
      I've never seen this logo on a wartime hat--Gebr. Klotz, Kiel:
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        #33
        Postwar maker on an SS Repro--Handwerk....:
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          #34
          Kurt Hellenbruch:
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            #35
            Hi Stonemint! I refer to post: #2

            Here is another Weichseldorfer.....



            It was for Austrian Zoll personnel:



            Close up of the badge on the left side:




            Best regads, enorepap

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              #36
              Here is another Gebr. Klotz, Kiel


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                #37
                Originally posted by stonemint View Post
                Gents, don't ever fall for hats with any of these labels--they made hats after the war only, and generally they are all plastic.
                This is the most common one:
                Stonemint,
                The "Bamberger Mutzen Industrie" (first post of this topic) allready existed prewar and wartime albeit under possibly a different name. Logos (the four spires with the word "landgraf" beneath) are the same.

                see: http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/foru...=205197&page=9

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                  #38
                  "Eduard Brammer", Hamburg, on a 1950's DLH visor:
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                    #39
                    "P. Marcker", Bremerhaven, on a postwar Handelsmarine cap:
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                      #40
                      "Carl Fedderson", Hamburg--it is done in Steinmetz & Hehl's font, so probably one of their distributors:
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                        #41
                        Albert Ziegler--note this is celluloid:
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                          #42
                          This was on a "propaganda" visor on ebay--I believe the maker is postwar--Kron????
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                            #43
                            Originally posted by stonemint View Post
                            "P. Marcker", Bremerhaven, on a postwar Handelsmarine cap:

                            Hi Stonemint

                            Now PELZHAUS MARCKER Hafenstr. 170 BREMERHAVEN. The company was established in 1908 by Paul Marcker - Kurschnermeister and Mutzenmacher - and was led from 1934 by his son Reinhold.

                            best regards. enorepap

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                              #44
                              Originally posted by stonemint View Post
                              This was on a "propaganda" visor on ebay--I believe the maker is postwar--Kron????
                              Hi Stonemint

                              I read KRONSIEGEL by HUBERT....

                              It seems to me that there was a KRONSIEGEL wartime maker but I'm not 100% sure about the complete logo and location

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                                #45
                                Originally posted by stonemint View Post
                                "Eduard Brammer", Hamburg, on a 1950's DLH visor:
                                There is an offer on eBay (with the "buy it now" option) of a book of 1963 about this maker:

                                http://cgi.ebay.at/100-Jahre-Firma-B...QQcmdZViewItem

                                best regards

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