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Carl Zeumer Magazin Zum PFAU Kreissäge, measures ~ 59cm. I am not sure who made it (afraid to disturb the sweat) but I like the rustic look of the weave and the bow design / execution. Probably pre WWII.

 

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Carl Zeumer Magazin Zum PFAU was a warehouse or retail outlet of fur, hats and caps in Braunschweig (Brunswick), Germany.

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Carl Zeumer Magazin Zum PFAU, Pfau-Hut, size 58cm, 156 grams, probably 1920s. It could be a Fur - Wool blend. It wears very soft + light and is in very good condition. Not sure what company made it for Carl Zeumer Magazin Zum PFAU. There is a paper label on the backside of the sweatband but not worth taking a chance of damaging the sweatband to check.

 

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Carl Zeumer, measures 60cm, probably mid to later 1950s.  Carl Zeumer was Carl Zeumer Magazin Zum PFAU (Peacock) prior to WWII.  There isn't any paper label so not sure what hat company made this Carl Zeumer.

 

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