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    #31
    A maker label I have never seen before (on the e-stand right now):
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      #32
      Carl Isken--a lot rarer in wartime that postwar (you should view any Wehrmacht hat with this logo as suspect--they were primarily a civil-cap maker). This is one of 2 styles of logos:
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        #33
        This is the leather SB logo--"Isko", which is almost always on their postwar logos (but this is wartime)--
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          #34
          Argo-a very rare (and hi-quality) maker (I believe this is NTZ's):
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            #35
            Small-time maker--Oswald Hempel of Littau (note the Pekuro font):
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              #36
              One of the things that has vexed me all these years is the "Deutsches Leder" ("DL" in a cogwheel) that we see on the sweatbands of wartime hats (and even more so on Herr Janke's current production run). This is the first time I ever saw it ink-stamped on the inside of a George Teufel cap (this is on the e-stand right now). You will note that a "G" surrounds the "DL"--was Teufel the source of the leather sweatbands? Only time will tell:
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                #37
                Fewegala:
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                  #38
                  Originally posted by stonemint View Post
                  Argo-a very rare (and hi-quality) maker (I believe this is NTZ's):
                  This one is not mine but yes I do have an Argo. Very nice visors.
                  Auf der Suche nach der Wahrheit

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                    #39
                    Felix Weissbach of Glauchau (as far as I can tell, they made primarily EM/NCO visors:
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                      #40
                      This is one of the rarer labels, especially so as it is one of the few manufacturers to use color (this is from the Collecter to Collecter website, on a nice LW officers):
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                        #41
                        Luftwaffe Sommermutz

                        Originally posted by Ralph Heinz View Post
                        This is for the gentleman who translated Wertarbeit as "worth work" in the thread on fantasy labels in caps.

                        This cap is an early pre-waffle pattern white top LW officer's visor (circa 1936-37). "Deutsche Wertarbeit" means "German Craftsmanship" but I don't know whose monogram this is above it.
                        Hi Ralph,
                        I just saw this post. I have one like yours, except mine has a period replaced waffle top. I've seen this maker mark in a few caps on dealer sites. I have no other information on the maker.
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                        Best Regards, Karl "The British fight for empire, the French for glory, and the Americans for souvenirs!" author unknown

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                          #42
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                          Best Regards, Karl "The British fight for empire, the French for glory, and the Americans for souvenirs!" author unknown

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                            #43
                            Ralph and Karl--what to you make out the initials to be? I am going to try to figure this out by a process of elimination.
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                              #44
                              Stonemint, don’t go mentioning an Argo without showing the shear beauty of these. The softest doeskin I ever felt.
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