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    #16
    I'm wondering if the makers logo is the same as this one currently on Ratisbons.
    It's not a logo I can recall seeing before.
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      #17
      Originally posted by Kruger1933 View Post
      Thank you guys!
      So I found the hat, along with this jacket.
      For this reason I will not touch anything of the headgear. From my point of view I don't like to touch these things.

      Hani
      Wise decision on your part as to convert it back would be to destroy the ensembles history ie: the personalization by the soldier who wore it.

      Robt.

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        #18
        Thanks Rob.
        The beauty of these objects is also their uncommon manufacture.
        The Alte-Art model is fascinating because of its many variations.

        Hani

        Originally posted by RGD51 View Post
        Wise decision on your part as to convert it back would be to destroy the ensembles history ie: the personalization by the soldier who wore it.

        Robt.

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          #19
          Originally posted by RGD51 View Post
          Wise decision on your part as to convert it back would be to destroy the ensembles history ie: the personalization by the soldier who wore it.

          Robt.
          I have doubts that this is the way it was worn by the soldier with that very obvious shadow.

          I am with you that one should never touch the integrity of a piece unless certain - in this case it appears obvious to me - how long was the BeVo wreath on there? One week after delivery? Let's say a month - not much compared to the 75 + years that followed.

          Again, it is a gorgeous piece of headgear and this variation is often seen. If your gut tells you to leave it like this, don't touch it!

          Kurt
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            #20
            Originally posted by jacquesf View Post
            Leave it as is. I have an infantry crusher with the same conversion, all period.
            Agree. This was done. I've even seen crushers with cap cords added, despite the fact it was more in style to do the opposite, i.e. remove cap cords from a regular visor to make it look like a crusher. Just shows how there was a variety of individual tastes.
            Todd
            Seeking photographs of Joachim Tiesler, DKiG Stalingrad, 3rd I.D. (mot.) and Clemens Freiherr von Fürstenberg, DKiG 7th Panzer Division.

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              #21
              Originally posted by BenVK View Post
              I'm wondering if the makers logo is the same as this one currently on Ratisbons.
              It's not a logo I can recall seeing before.
              Hallo ben

              The logo is J. Sperb in Maxstrasse of Regensburg:

              http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/foru...ighlight=sperb
              http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/foru...ighlight=sperb
              http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/foru...ighlight=sperb
              http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/foru...ighlight=sperb

              Postwar Sperb’s:
              http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/foru...halfar&page=22
              http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/foru...197022&page=21

              Best regards

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                #22
                Thanks mate, you are the man!

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                  #23
                  is the maker SPERB ?? Billbert
                  "They NEVER did that....YEAH they did ....."

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                    #24
                    Originally posted by billbert View Post
                    is the maker SPERB ?? Billbert
                    Hi billbert

                    At least there is its logo on the lining.

                    Best regards

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