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  1. J. Hückel´s Söhne "HF", French Point 5 1/2, possibly very early 1900s late 1890s. This Stiff Felt belongs to Matt on the FL. New Paper Label Type
  2. J. Hückel´s Söhne "Prima", French Point 6 1/2, made for the French Market possibly late 1920s. This hat belongs to Matt on the FL. Paper Label has "AV" Alpha Velour Quality type. Ventilation System
  3. Mayser "Superbe", 5? cm, possibly later 1950s. This hat belongs to Stefan on the FL.
  4. Mayser "Antilope", 56 cm possibly later 1950s. This hat belongs to Stefan on the FL. Great detective work by Stefan on the FL.
  5. J. Hückel´s Söhne "Flexible", French Point 5 1/4 (57.5 cm) possibly early to mid 1930s. The Stiff Felt belongs to Steve1857 on the FL.
  6. I made a reverse image of the "Echter Mayser" Celluloid Label and translated the German text to English. You Made The Right Choice With This Genuine Mayser. It is the best German brand hat, made from the finest materials. It preserves your personal touch and protects you from sun and rain. You will enjoy it for a long time if you entrust its care to a specialist shop.
  7. Mayser "Libelle", 58 cm, possibly later 1950s. The Felt has a great color / finish and easily dry creases. Also a really interesting Bow and Brim treatment. This is my second "Libelle" so not a common Mark. Unique "Echter Mayser" Celluloid Label attached to the Sweatband. I have never seen one of these before so a very pleasant surprise. Natural Light
  8. Anton Pichler Graz, 58cm, possibly a rebuild or new hat from the later 1950s. There is no paper label and the Sweatband is from probably a later 1920s J. Hückel´s Söhne "Standard". The Reed covering on the Sweatband is a similar color to Felt so it's possible this was later rebuild of old J. Hückel´s Söhne "Standard" or the old J. Hückel´s Söhne "Standard" Sweatband was installed in a new hat. The Sweatband also has a Ludwig Skrivanek Graz Hat Fashion House mark. This hat belonged to the owner of the Collins Wien "Luxus Prima Smoking Hat". The Seller said her Great Grandfather, the owner, was born in the early 1900s. The greenish gray Felt is of a heaver weight but still easily dry creases. It has a really nice minimalistic Bow design. This is definitely unique / head scratching find which makes it all the better in my mind. Open Crown Natural Light
  9. Collins Wien "Prima Smoking Hat", 58 cm, possibly late 1950s. The black Felt has a nice Smooth Finish and is pliable so easily dry creases. The under Brim is reinforced with binding material so a formal Camber form worn Brim Up. The overall quality is high and the condition is excellent. Definitely a unique find. Open Crown
  10. Echter Rockel Velour, No Paper Label, measures ~ 58 cm, possibly late 1920s. The the Gray Velour is very pliable with a great amount of gloss. The Crown is ~ 6 inches Open with a ~ 2 1/2 inch Brim. The black Bat Wing like Bow is really fantastic. Open Crown
  11. J. Hückel´s Söhne "Extra" "Leicht", French Point 5 1/2, 110 grams, possibly late 1920s. The Black Felt has a Smooth Finish and is light weight and very pliable. The the Snap Brim with Binding is almost 3 inches in width. Condition is very good with all original components including the Crown Patch. Open Crown Natural Light
  12. J. Hückel´s Söhne Wien, French Point 5 1/2, possibly WWI era or slightly older. This rare find belongs to Panos on the FL. Open Crown
  13. Heinrich Balke Bremen "Velvet", Wool, possibly early 1900s. This hat belongs to Panos on the FL. Open Crown
  14. Brüder Böhm "Böhms Ultima", 58 cm, late 1930s and made for the Norwegian Market. I made a trade with Panos on the FL for this fantastic Velour. The following are Panos's photos. The hat store "Hans H. Holm A/S." that sold this hat was located in this Oslo building. Photo from 1909. Natural Outdoor Light (my photos)
  15. Mayser Milz, 57cm possibly early to mid 1970s. This hat belongs to Stefan on the FL.
  16. Wehrmeier / Hückel Weilheim, 56 cm possibly late 1950s. This hat belongs to Stefan on the FL.
  17. Franz Gober München "Bayerland" "Solid", FP 5, possibly late 1920s. This Hat belongs to Stefan on FL.
  18. C. G. Wilke "Flieder", 56 cm possibly late 1920s. This Hat belongs Stefan on the FL. Original Color
  19. Wegener "Luxor" "Manhattan", 58 cm, possibly very early 1960s very late 1950s. I picked this up because it was NOS, an interesting model name and has major (over welt) brim flange. The felt has a great finish and color. Also very pliable so easily dry creases. Open Crown
  20. Mayser Hats Year 125 (1925) I translated the "Mayser Hats Year 125" booklet from 1925. You can click on the pages and images to enlarge. Also click on the embedded links to see the associated images. I still need to fix some minor translation issues. Mayser Hats Year 125 (1925) https://germanaustrianhats.invisionzone.com/topic/594-mayser-hats-year-125/[/URL]
  21. Click On Images To Enlarge! Fig. 22: Partial View of Garnishing - Ribbon / Bows Page 43 Fig. 23: Partial View Of Garnish (Installing Leather Sweatbands) Page 44 Fig. 24: Partial View Of Packaging Page 45 Fig. 25: Model - Carpentry Page 46 Fig. 26: Metal Working Shop And Repair Workshop Page 47 Fig. 27: Boiler House Page 48 Fig. 28: Reserve - Power - Plant Page 49 THE SALES AREA Mayser's hat factory has worked on the development of German hat production for 125 years. In this long period of time, a wealth of experience has been gained in material testing, in purchasing, in the use of raw materials and semi-finished products, the end result of which is the prerequisite for the production of a high-quality finished product. All innovations in technology were always applied immediately. All of this helped establish and consolidate the reputation of the Mayser hats. The striving of the present management of the work is all focused on the production of quality products. In this way it has succeeded in expanding the company's sales area to all cultural countries and in getting the Mayser name to be respected all over the world. The fact that only the most careful work and the very best quality can bring honor back to German industrial products across national borders has been taken into account by the Mayser company with purposeful will and the best of success. Compared to the competition from abroad, which was not damaged by the World War, this does not mean an easy struggle. But diligence, tenacity and unwavering adherence to the principle of workmanship, the guiding stars that the Mayser company has followed for more than a century, will also show it a happy path into the future. (English Translation By ErWeSa (Wolfgang)) TABLE OF CONTENTS I. MAYSER HAT PAGE 5 II. THE MAYSER SALES PAGE 9 1. THE STORY PAGE 9 2. THE FACTORY PAGE 17 3. THE HAIR HAT PAGE 18 4. THE VELOUR HAT PAGE 22 5. PICTURES OF THE FACTORY PAGE 25 III. THE SALES AREA PAGE 30 E.B.V.B. - Ecksteins Biographischer Verlag Berlin - Eckstein's Biographical Publishing House Berlin Back Cover
  22. Click On Images To Enlarge! Fig. 12: Color Dyeing Page 33 Fig. 13: Drying Apparatus Page 34 Fig. 14: Finishing Page 35 Fig. 15: Partial View Of Machine Finishing Page 36 Fig. 16: Partial View Of Hat Forming Page 37 Fig. 17: Partial View Of Hand Finishing Page 38 Fig. 18: Hydraulic Press Systems Page 39 Fig. 19: Shaping Brim and Sandbag Presses Page 40 Fig. 20: Partial View of Brim Curling And Brim Binding Page 41 Fig. 21: Partial View Of Garnishing - Brim Binding (Machines - Seamstresses) Page 42
  23. Echter Borsalino, "Qualità Superiore" "Idorsca" "Argento" "C. Nero", FP 7, date stamped July 17, 1941. Has separate size label + date stamp so confirms time period. This great find + rare large size for time period belongs to Matt on the FL.
  24. Wegener "Cornet", 56 cm, possibly late 1950s. This dark blue Homburg belongs to Matt on the FL.
  25. J. A. Seidl München, possibly 1930s. No other company mark but probably sourced. This Wool Stiff Felt belongs to Matt on the FL.
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