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    #61
    What do you think about this?
    Carlo
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    Erel's Hunter
    looking for Pilot LW

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      #62
      Originally posted by solo View Post
      It is an original factory often founded on LW visors.
      Also I have a NCO flak visor of this factory.
      Carlo
      Thanks Carlo, could you post a image of your maker mark?
      Best Regards, Karl "The British fight for empire, the French for glory, and the Americans for souvenirs!" author unknown

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        #63
        my contribution.
        A label from a firm called "Landgraf".
        It is from a private purchase Polizei cap most likely from the Bremen area.
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          #64
          Some from my collection. Two from a local maker; one Army Inf, the other LW Flak:
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            #65
            Another one from right around the corner:
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              #66
              Albert--nice labels--I have never seen them before. Did you go and try to visit the location of these makers just to see whats there now?
              The other thing I would like to see is a photo of the Ludwig Vogele factory--supposedly they are still in business today, and (I believe) still in Karlsruhe.
              NEC SOLI CEDIT

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                #67
                From an Army ...

                This one from an Army transport officer's visor just purchased.

                Mike
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                Collecting mint condition Imperial German uniforms, visor caps, and Pickelhauben.

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                  #68
                  Infantry

                  And from an Infantry officer's visor. Glatz is now in Poland -- I find it really interesting the towns and cities these makers were located in and how the face of Europe changed after the war.

                  Mike
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                  Collecting mint condition Imperial German uniforms, visor caps, and Pickelhauben.

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                    #69
                    Mountain

                    Really bad photo but from a mountain officer's visor formerly in my collection. This image is now in Gary Wilkins' book. Quite an obscure maker ...

                    Mike
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                    Collecting mint condition Imperial German uniforms, visor caps, and Pickelhauben.

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                      #70
                      A few more. This one is in a Transportation officer visor:
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                        #71
                        This one is in an Arty EM / NCO visor of high quality:
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                          #72
                          Originally posted by Albert View Post
                          This one is in an Arty EM / NCO visor of high quality:
                          Same visor, mark on the leather sweat band that reads "German Leather":
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                            #73
                            Another "Globus", which, by the way, still exists, mark in an Inf Off visor:
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                              #74
                              Originally posted by Albert View Post
                              Another "Globus", which, by the way, still exists, mark in an Inf Off visor:
                              Same visor, mark on the leather sweatband. Looks like Globus was using the Clemes Wagner patent:
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                                #75
                                And this one is in an Arty Officer visor:
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