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Discussion in 'Hats' started by Dinerman, Nov 3, 2009.
This specific hat is one of my most favorite hats of all times. It’s wonderful to see it again. Thank you
This might be one of my favorite threads period. The pre-war hats are always the most interesting, especially with the nice details the formal ones have. I'm supposed to be getting my grandfather's 30's homburg soon, and when I tried it on it felt totally different than any other hat I had tried. Keep the pics coming!
Oooh! A hat from the Met in Dayton! Makes me all warm inside.
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Alex, great stuff as usual. Lets keep this parade going!
P. & C. Habig Wien "Special", P. & C. Habig's "Special Qualität" Reine Handarbeit Berlin Friedrichstr. 82a, 58cm possibly early 1930s. This hat was made specially for the P. & C. Habig Berlin store at Friedrichstrasse 82 which didn't survive WWII.
R. & M. Wegener, 58cm possibly late 1920s.
Outstanding series of hats, Alex. Stellar collection of beauties.
Both the Habig and this one are great finds, Steve!
C. G. Wilke "Helios", 58cm, Wool, 186 grams, possibly late 1920s to 1930s.
Here again the announcement:
Many thanks to everyone for posting - the hats on the last pages are all great! Congrats!
My latest acquisition:
Matt, Super! As I mentioned in the German & Austrian thread the "Tell" mark belong to Franz Richter & Söhne, Dresden. My guess is it was made by one of the German Hat Factories (located in what became East Germany post WWII) that produced Wool Soft and Stiff Felt hats up to WWII. It could have also been made by them from sourced (see above) Wool stumps.
Deutsche Hutmacher-Zeitung (German Hat Maker News), December 15, 1936
I had one of those years back. I still remember how amazing the felt was
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