Jump to content


habigman's Content

There have been 196 items by habigman (Search limited from 18-January 17)


By content type

See this member's


Sort by                Order  

#1850 Fur Felt Hats Tariff, Readjustment 1929 (U.S. Congress)

Posted by habigman on Yesterday, 11:33 PM in General Discussion

Bill & Caldwell were the importers for Borsalino in America. The following are transcripts of their testimony at Fur Felt Hats Tariff, Readjustment (U.S. Congress) hearings of 1929.  The total imports for 1927 Men's Fur Felt Hats were 28,500 dozen which made up only about 1% of the United States Men's Fur Felt Hat Market so very tiny.  Regardless the American Fur Felt Hat Industry wanted to increase tariffs.  Italy had 18,000 dozen of the 28,000 dozen and most were from Borsalino (reason for Bill & Caldwell and others testimonies of the behalf of Borsalino).
 
Fur Felt Hats Tariff, Readjustment 1929 (U.S. Congress)  (Scroll down to "Statement of J.G. Whitelaw, ....")
 
 
You might want read the entire hearing from the beginning. It's pretty interesting with some funny exchanges. The hearing also includes Women's Fur Felt Hats (a larger number, 94,825 dozen) which were largely Velours from Austria and Czechoslovakia.
 
 
The testimony by J.G. Whitelaw representing Bill & Caldwell is interesting. He mentions the selling point for Borsalinos was their light weight but the tariffs were making them 2 to 4 dollars ($12.00) more than equal price point American hats ($8.00) so this making them too expensive and impacting sales. He said they were 1% of the Men's Fur Felt Hats so they were no threat to the American Men's Furt Felt Industry. The counter from the U.S. side was the imports were increasing and they wanted to increase the tariff. Seems ridiculous but I guess they saw that Italy and Europe in general were not importing U.S. made Fur Felt Hats and didn't like that.
 
In the other parts of the hearing the very small wages being paid to Italian workers is brought up. I guess the point was that Italian companies and Borsalino in particular were making a lot of money on their hats based on the low wages they were paying their employees. The counter argument from the Borsalino side was that there were other factors driving up their costs such as fur, components (sweatbands, liners) and shipping costs. I have no idea if Borsalino / the Italian side was being totally truthful.



#1849 Hut Braun

Posted by habigman on 15 January 2018 - 04:19 PM in German Hat Companies

Hut Braun Teisendorf, Germany, October 14, 2017
 
Hut Braun is located in the Teisendorf, Germany which is just west of Salzburg, Austria. I would like to thank ErWeSa (Wolfgang) who posts on the FL occasionally for setting up this fantastic visit. Hut Braun is a primary producer of Trachten Hats but also makes Soft and Stiff Felt Dress Hats. Lothar Braun the owner is a very personable fellow with much knowledge of European Hat Industry. Lothar has obtained machinery from famous former factories such as G. Panizza & C. Ghiffa, Italy. His small scale factory is filled with all kinds of Hat Machinery. I would like thank Lothar and his wife Gisela Braun for the fantastic tour of their Hat Factory and Shop. Here is a link to a (translated) newspaper article that will give you more insight into their operation.

http://germanaustria...raun/#entry1842

I would highly recommend paying Hut Braun a visit if you are in the Salzburg, Austria area. There website is down at the moment but I will provide the link for the future and I have also included their Facebook page.

http://www.hutbraun.de/

https://www.facebook...tmachereibraun/

 

Photo Tour

 

http://germanaustria...ctober-14-2017/




#1848 Hut Braun Teisendorf, Germany, October 14, 2017

Posted by habigman on 15 January 2018 - 04:14 PM in General Discussion

Continued.

 

Antique Ladies Trachten Hut
 
26358889949_8225a020c5_h.jpg
 
38135289361_98a27e5904_h.jpg
 
26358887299_7122f19140_h.jpg
 
38135287041_0ea9898bda_h.jpg
 
Lothar Braun, Gisela Braun, Me wearing a Hut Braun Trachten Velour made from ŠEŠIR, d.d., Škofja Loka, Slovenia Velour Felt. 
 
37425864054_41ecdd9067_b.jpg
 
The End!



#1847 Hut Braun Teisendorf, Germany, October 14, 2017

Posted by habigman on 15 January 2018 - 04:13 PM in General Discussion

Hat Shop
 
Hat Making Diplomas
 
38080547696_8e35a98417_h.jpg
 
Master Diploma
 
26358891509_f067ae8a73_h.jpg
 
26358906769_a68e8b3337_h.jpg
 
38135305291_f0bd7d754a_h.jpg
 
38135303001_87ee8f004e_h.jpg
 
38135301321_e524b9391d_h.jpg
 
26358900149_490f079348_h.jpg
 
26358898099_025707fe98_h.jpg
 
26358893839_dd864cb069_h.jpg



#1846 Hut Braun Teisendorf, Germany, October 14, 2017

Posted by habigman on 15 January 2018 - 04:11 PM in General Discussion

Continued.

 

Straw Braid Sewing Machine.
 
24283196848_c10940679e_h.jpg
 
Sanding Machine.
 
24283192758_1a1aefd0ba_h.jpg
 
Hat Form Machines and Brim and Band Stitching Machines.
 
38080612556_3aa5e1b570_h.jpg
 
Felt Hood / Capeline Steaming Machine.
 
38080610666_07acaa59a4_h.jpg
 
Steam Compressor Machine.
 
38080607356_8c7541a18c_h.jpg
 
Finished Felt and Straw Hats.
 
38103691572_6b6f25179d_h.jpg
 
24283203038_a5499e006d_h.jpg
Velour Hood from 1934.
 
24283166208_83c8882b28_h.jpg
 
Velour Hood from 1942.
 
37425870754_193e8b2289_h.jpg
 
26358850779_c8780e3b5b_h.jpg



#1845 Hut Braun Teisendorf, Germany, October 14, 2017

Posted by habigman on 15 January 2018 - 04:10 PM in General Discussion

Continued.
 
Wooden Blocks and Flanges,  Metal Hat Forms.
 
38103695022_58d0f9376b_h.jpg
 
38103692832_87fc6d0274_h.jpg
 
38103688132_284d7661dd_h.jpg
 
38103685782_6fbb21f7f1_h.jpg
 
Hat Forming Machines.
 
24283201048_9ab392e0b5_h.jpg
 
24283199238_b754b0611a_h.jpg
 
38080615336_807a53237b_h.jpg
 
24283189218_f36bbfea19_h.jpg
 
Brim Cutting Machines.
 
24283198008_3832606f7e_h.jpg
 
24283188078_54ff19ef85_h.jpg



#1844 Hut Braun Teisendorf, Germany, October 14, 2017

Posted by habigman on 15 January 2018 - 04:08 PM in General Discussion

Continued.

 

26358985619_9bd797d2b5_h.jpg
 
26358851779_5da58a6f82_h.jpg
 
26358983739_38ced8d162_h.jpg
 
Hat Production Section.
 
Hat Forming Machine.
 
26358981459_a5448729cb_h.jpg
 
38103703442_f4b019c93b_h.jpg
 
Velour Shearing Machine.
 
38103701622_dc552e5638_h.jpg
 
Scratching Brushing Machine for Specialty Finishes such as Velour.
 
38103700272_6a6971bb17_h.jpg
 
Felt Stiffening Machine
 
38103698952_84761041b0_h.jpg
 
Stacked Felt Capelines.
 
38103697052_0c84267b77_h.jpg
 
Wooden Blocks and Flanges
 
38103696142_5bef820ebc_h.jpg



#1843 Hut Braun Teisendorf, Germany, October 14, 2017

Posted by habigman on 15 January 2018 - 04:08 PM in General Discussion

Hut Braun Teisendorf, Germany, October 14, 2017
 
Hut Braun is located in the Teisendorf, Germany which is just west of Salzburg, Austria.   I would like to thank ErWeSa (Wolfgang) who posts on the FL occasionally for setting up this fantastic visit.  Hut Braun is a primary producer of Trachten Hats but also makes Soft and Stiff Felt Dress Hats.  Lothar Braun the owner is a very personable fellow with much knowledge of European Hat Industry.  Lothar has obtained machinery from famous former factories such as G. Panizza & C. Ghiffa, Italy.  His small scale factory is filled with all kinds of Hat Machinery.  I would like thank Lothar and his wife Gisela Braun for the fantastic tour of their Hat Factory and Shop.  Here is a link to a (translated) newspaper article that will give you more insight into their operation.
 
 
I would highly recommend paying Hut Braun a visit if you are in the Salzburg, Austria area.  There website is down at the moment but I will provide the link for the future and I have also included their Facebook page.
 
 
 
(Click On Photos to Expand)
 
Exterior of Shop and Factory.
 
(A Painting of St. Jacob, the Patron of the Hatters is displayed the exterior wall.)
 
24283148278_26a9bb5330_h.jpg
 
24283146248_b32c691389_h.jpg
 
24283144138_ad4a982b86_h.jpg
 
38080551826_24f19f43d7_h.jpg
 
Hat Dressing Section, Gisela Braun (Various Sewing and Stitching Machines for Felt and Straw Hats)
 
24283223538_58ffac0dd7_h.jpg
 
38080662006_4cfac319f6_h.jpg
 
38080659286_6f29c94f0a_h.jpg
 
38080656116_9775d37e31_h.jpg
 
26358988369_4991a6fe3f_h.jpg
 
26358987049_a8ea13c0d5_h.jpg
 
 



#1842 Hut Braun

Posted by habigman on 14 January 2018 - 08:42 AM in German Hat Companies

I received this recent article on Hut Braun Salzburg from ErWeSa / Wolfgang.
 
19211113631_01e405c8c2_b.jpg

Art for the head for over 400 years
In the master hat Hut Braun is much as it was in the old days. Here the hats are still made by hand and in-house production.

TEISENDORF. They still exist: the long-established Bavarian craft companies, true family dynasties. In them, knowledge and the one or other trade secret are passed on for generations. Such a company can also be found in Teisendorf: the master hat maker Braun. A few hundred yards from the center in Bahnhofstrasse stands a long company building. Behind the shop door with its ringing door bell awaits a paradise for friends of headgear: traditional hats, noble hats, hearty hats, small and large, gray, green and brown. "Everybody, really everybody will find something suitable for us," Gisela Braun says to a couple and points to the shelves with hats made of velor, hair and wool felt. "But my husband has a big head," says the customer. And indeed: Gisela Braun gets the biggest size out of the warehouse, which gives it all over Bavaria only in this hatmaking, she emphasizes proudly. Not only in terms of size, also in the forms you are in good hands in Teisendorf. Over 2500 models of wood and metal are waiting to give a hat the right look. "My husband just has to have any shape - it has always been that way and that's what sets us apart."

Lothar Braun proudly leads through his company. We have been around for more than 400 years. Room after room is crossed, everywhere pressing, shapes, raw materials, decorative ribbons and ancient machines. "We use most of them, but some are rarities, they stand here like in a museum," says the company boss with a masterly handiwork as a hatter and modist, his wife, and meanwhile also the children Andrea and Thomas They also have their own equipment for the individual club heads, and there are sometimes thousands of pieces on the orders. "We also work together with a few traditional shops that source their goods from us," says Lothar Braun. 9.5 percent of the customers come from Bavaria, the rest from all over the world. "For example, there is a group of Americans who always come by when they drive to October festivities? In addition to nice hats, the company Braun also ensures that old, aged headgear shine in new splendor again.

Speaking of glamor: Gisela Braun has found a suitable hat for her client. Now he gets another leather strap sewn on as a lacing. Then it is steamed and brushed so that its surface looks flawless. The customer is enthusiastic and orders a second one. Emily and friendly, Lothar and Gisela Braun serve him and also the next customers, who need new traditional hats for their club. They can not complain about a lack of regular customers.

If you're not serving a customer, there's a lot of work to do in the back of the factory: big towers with straw hats stacked on top of each other want to be pressed into shape. What is actually the sentence that many say about themselves: "I do not have a hat-face." All mistaken belief, says Gisela Braun..They have the experience that they had in a shop only three hat sizes to choose from - and there no one can fit really well. " It just needed a "delicate adjustment" in the hat shop, so that everyone could find exactly the right size and shape for his head Cost of a genuine, handmade hat from Braun: between 30 and 170 euros, depending on the material and Ornament.

19019805670_0ddcb01161_b.jpg




#1841 Germany, No Company Name or Initials

Posted by habigman on 10 January 2018 - 11:33 PM in German Hat Companies

"Metro", 57cm, Wool, probably early 1960s. I assume this hat is German made but there are no words on the paper label. I purchased this hat from the seller of 1930s "NEUHEIT" Velour. It's machine formed and the Wool is a bit course but overall a good looking hat.

25749955308_99663998ca_b.jpg

27844043089_6d3a124a1d_b.jpg

39621326111_11593b331d_b.jpg

39591826492_13de534502_b.jpg

27844302039_378d8eaeb2_b.jpg

38913465254_37d1667204_b.jpg



#1840 Emanuel Gittel Wien

Posted by habigman on 10 January 2018 - 06:18 PM in Austrian Hat Companies

Emanuel Gittel Wien, 58cm probably early 1960s. This is my first Emanuel Gittel Wien find. The hat is well made and the machine form and dimensions are of the time period. I don't have any information on the company other than a listing in the Austrian Hat Industry Guide (1926) .

39617025701_b6a8408c39_b.jpg

39617084821_3b847b52b3_b.jpg

38909016824_49c303b2a9_b.jpg

39617136861_d4b681b417_b.jpg

39617156141_22c1df30a3_b.jpg

39587692772_d3e258176c_b.jpg

Natural Light

24752571317_909f63bb35_b.jpg

39620604461_222522885e_b.jpg



#1839 Anton Pichler Hutfabrik, Josef Pitchler & Söhne

Posted by habigman on 05 January 2018 - 07:26 PM in Austrian Hat Companies

Anton Pichler K.u.K. Hof - Hutfabrikant Graz, Pocket Hat Brush, 6 inches wide, probably early 1900s. I am thinking this was some type of promotional item that came with a hat. It's only about 1/4 of inch thick so could easily fit into a coat pocket. The K.u.K. Hof - Hutfabrikant distinction probably means it's WWI era or older.

25635783218_aa0c5ab39a_b.jpg



#1838 Johann Hückel´s Söhne - Hückel Hutfabrik Weilheim

Posted by habigman on 03 January 2018 - 06:12 PM in Austrian Hat Companies

Continued.

Open Crown

24608855537_45fc864cbe_b.jpg

25605830128_b8f4407f6e_b.jpg

Natural Light

39449936952_a41586c15a_b.jpg

39450033702_e51c5cb843_b.jpg

24613846387_1fea4277dc_b.jpg



#1837 Johann Hückel´s Söhne - Hückel Hutfabrik Weilheim

Posted by habigman on 03 January 2018 - 06:12 PM in Austrian Hat Companies

Hückel Weilheim "Chevreau", 58cm probably late 1950s early 1960s. This one is in NOS condition. I have a "Chamois" with a similar small Blue Jay(?) feather so not sure if they came with the hats.

27697436879_bba2007997_b.jpg

24608116857_3e217a385c_b.jpg

24608192757_aba8443124_b.jpg

24608364097_02a82598ae_b.jpg

39444894192_5d1cc9e9b9_b.jpg

24608499827_da4b5eebd3_b.jpg

39475296191_991d73bcaa_b.jpg

25605682778_8edc356fe7_b.jpg

27698131429_7de032a6b9_b.jpg



#1836 Fur Felt Hats, Tariff Readjustment 1929: Hearings before the Committee on Way...

Posted by habigman on 03 January 2018 - 05:46 AM in General Discussion

Fur Felt Hats, Tariff Readjustment 1929: Hearings before the Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives Seventieth Congress, Second Session

https://babel.hathit...iew=1up;seq=838



#1835 Nora-Hüte Wien

Posted by habigman on 30 December 2017 - 03:53 PM in Austrian Hat Companies

Nora-Hüte, measures about 57.5 cm, probably early 1950s late 1940s. The condition of this hat is near NOS condition. The darker gun metal gray Velour is really fantastic same with the hat form. The hat appears to be made by the same company that made my Stefan Esders "Velour" which also has no company mark and no paper label. Nora-Hüte appears to be the Vienna hat shop that it was made for but I couldn't find anything about them.

38681438994_1d634d9439_b.jpg

39389609711_6591edf488_b.jpg

38511760675_0190e7362f_b.jpg

27612519409_6cd623bf39_b.jpg

39389793141_9e460cbe47_b.jpg

Open Crown

38681584944_94e56003b5_b.jpg

25519629038_da1ce88b3c_b.jpg

Natural Light

39397414951_fe2e05d42a_b.jpg

27620214229_38a6d3a396_b.jpg



#1834 Georg Fischer Wien

Posted by habigman on 29 December 2017 - 09:57 PM in Austrian Hat Companies

Georg Fischer Wien, 59cm probably early 1950s. The felt on this Homburg is very soft in hand and a fine example of a very high quality felt that is of a heavier weight. The over all construction (including components) and condition of the hat are fantastic. This is my first Georg Fischer Wien find so very happy about finding such a great specimen.

25506620918_b721e45fcc_b.jpg

27599077249_016e143f5f_b.jpg

38668572254_118dffbb82_b.jpg

39375837791_4a3bcae947_b.jpg

24511243247_2bb7b8aebe_b.jpg

38499097625_f6f207f542_b.jpg

25507381148_dc0e675a22_b.jpg

25506259588_c805b0c800_b.jpg



#1833 Germany, No Company Name or Initials

Posted by habigman on 29 December 2017 - 04:40 AM in German Hat Companies

Biber, 59cm, very good condition, probably late 1950s. I assume it has some Beaver (Biber) content based on the name. Unique bow design and very nice felt finish / color. Sold by Wilhelm Maushard, Schopfheim, West Germany.

14652181999_78cb9e36cd_b.jpg

14835816341_25550a960a_b.jpg

14652360867_765903d92e_b.jpg

14815968336_e157fde10e_b.jpg

14652843250_18e4da26cb_b.jpg

14652313400_3371dbd8eb_b.jpg

14838629952_89249966b2_b.jpg



#1831 Johann Hückel´s Söhne - Hückel Hutfabrik Weilheim

Posted by habigman on 19 December 2017 - 09:55 PM in Austrian Hat Companies

J. Hückel´s Söhne Promo Pocket Mirror, probably 1930s. For retailer C. Christen Hannover, Germany. 
 
24305461757_586e39fc86_b.jpg
 
39135971012_b49a0a5480_b.jpg



#1830 Anton Pichler Hutfabrik, Josef Pitchler & Söhne

Posted by habigman on 19 December 2017 - 09:41 PM in Austrian Hat Companies

Anton Pichler Graz, Wool, measures 57.5 cm, 162 grams, couldn't find a paper label probably late 1920s to 1930s.   I really like the liner design on this Stiff Felt.
 
38455593644_4309548675_b.jpg
 
27386175289_1b60b83030_b.jpg
 
38455663334_147ea0561b_b.jpg
 
39163476321_b871b47387_b.jpg
 
38283401085_c36882d991_b.jpg
 
27386362839_74884175ef_b.jpg



#1829 Johann Hückel´s Söhne - Hückel Hutfabrik Weilheim

Posted by habigman on 17 December 2017 - 12:52 AM in Austrian Hat Companies

Afred Neubauer the first Mercedes Race Team Manager (he invented the position and also worked with Ferdinand Porsche) was from Neutitschein / Novy Jicin and a big (large collection) hat fan (friends with Fritz Hückel). His trademark was throwing his hat (probably a Hückel) in front of the winning Mercedes (see more details below).

11_CARACCIOLA_E_NEUBAUER_28118_thumb.jpg

39097865991_b0fb566e38_b.jpg

 

24238095017_f21b328887_o.jpg

 

38388995024_0b65b56ac8_b.jpg

 

Afred Neubauer (above in hat and his connection with Hückel below)

"The second factor that affected the young Alfred was also related to his fathers work. Karl did some work for a very wealthy Neutitschein family by the name of Hückel. At the end of the 19th century the Neutitscheiner Hückel hat factory was the biggest in Europe and was known worldwide. The company had a fleet of vehicles and the Hückel family garage had two steam cars and a prestigious Benz.

When Alfred accompanied his father to perform some carpentry work at the Hückel family home he met Fritz Hückel (22-6-1885/12-1-1973). Fritz was 6 years older than Alfred but they would became close, and life-long, friends. Once introduced to the chauffeurs the young Neubauer was soon learning more of the mysteries of early automobiles, it is said Alfred had an innate mechanical ability.

Later in life Fritz Hückel became a racing driver and passionate supporter of the sport. Alfred Neubauer was a great lover of Hückel head wear but also acquired a habit of celebrating victories by throwing his hat under the wheels of his winning machine. Luckily this friendship with Fritz Hückel meant the race director never had to worry about a supply of hats!

It might have been fate that the car that rolled through Neutitschein in 1898 was a Benz, life already marking out the path the young Alfred was intended to take. But Neubauer did everything he could to further the cause. He was totally engrossed in all things cars, nothing else interested him, including schooling! He enthusiastically collected everything he could find about cars. When he was a ten year old Alfred Neubauer bombarded the few European car factories with requests for catalogues, brochures and information. Alfred Neubauer had already decided that cars would be his life, it is said that his father and other local carpenters built Alfred, and the local children, small wooden cars which they raced against each other. The seeds of the Neubauer/Mercedes-Benz legend were already sown."

http://www.themotorm...ed-neubauer.php




#1828 Johann Hückel´s Söhne - Hückel Hutfabrik Weilheim

Posted by habigman on 16 December 2017 - 03:16 PM in Austrian Hat Companies

Friedrich Paul (Fritz) Hückel
* 22.6.1885 (Nový Jičín)
† 12.1.1973 (Munich)

38379917534_4994fdc914_z.jpg

https://translate.go...t-text=&act=url

Austro, Austro-Cyclecar (1913 - 1914)

Production info
(1913 - 1914); Fritz Hückel; Neutitschein; Austria (after WWI Novy Jicin, Czechoslovakia)

25222755488_8a905e41b0_b.jpg

Automobile plant of Fritz Hückel in Schönau (Novy Jicin) (1921-1936) for the production of the vehicle model GNOM

39058745392_2bba7a1408_b.jpg

Racing
 
24228102987_5b2c0c13a8_b.jpg
 
38207325145_7c0c437bff_b.jpg

25222755698_972b7cc974_b.jpg
 
38207325285_622bb0bd13.jpg



#1827 Fritz Hückel Automobiles and Racing Photos

Posted by habigman on 16 December 2017 - 02:19 PM in General Discussion

Austro, Austro-Cyclecar (1913 - 1914)

Production info
(1913 - 1914); Fritz Hückel; Neutitschein; Austria (after WWI Novy Jicin, Czechoslovakia)

25222755488_8a905e41b0_b.jpg

Automobile plant of Fritz Hückel in Schönau (Novy Jicin) (1921-1936) for the production of the vehicle model GNOM

39058745392_2bba7a1408_b.jpg

Racing
 
24228102987_5b2c0c13a8_b.jpg
 
38207325145_7c0c437bff_b.jpg

25222755698_972b7cc974_b.jpg
 
38207325285_622bb0bd13.jpg

Friedrich Paul (Fritz) Hückel
* 22.6.1885 (Nový Jičín)
† 12.1.1973 (Munich)

38379917534_4994fdc914_z.jpg

https://translate.go...t-text=&act=url



#1826 REHFUS - Federleicht

Posted by habigman on 06 December 2017 - 11:51 PM in German Hat Companies

Rehfus & Cie. Hat Factory "Olympia", French Point 5 / 57, probably late 1950s very early 1960s. They were located (Kehl am Rhein, Baden) close to France (Strasbourg / Strassburg) so probably why they used French Point sizing. Rehfus & Cie. closed in 1963.

27103807449_cb2e488d64_b.jpg

38850092512_fbeb877f50_b.jpg

25009245048_0edc33a37f_b.jpg

38165515734_8b5885acd2_b.jpg

38165966674_be57a78e78_b.jpg

38851090942_4b59aaebfb_b.jpg

38881248711_90d06c963a_b.jpg

37994770365_f1d325be55_b.jpg

Open Crown

37994873495_31545b93e0_b.jpg

38851300862_7c8d2fae75_b.jpg



#1825 Brüder Böhm Hutfabrik

Posted by habigman on 01 December 2017 - 07:22 PM in Austrian Hat Companies

Brüder Böhm K. U. K. Hof - Hutfabrik Wien (1914) This postcard shows how Austrian hats were marketed at the time.

37882194835_846ec95b25_o.jpg

Quality "Sylva"

Novelty in Loden (Rough)

Fashion - Melange: 845 Grayish Green, 846 Tawney, 847 Iron Gray, 848 Olive Brown, 849 Fashion Green, 851 Fashion Blue

26993283269_5f8fe7214b_o.jpg

Our Sales Representive, Mr. Benno Deutsch

Will soon have the honor to speak to you in order to present our latest sample collection in Fur, Wool and Velour Hats for the upcoming season to submit to the election. We ask you to send him your orders. To reserve.

Respectfully
Brüder Böhm