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P. & C. Habig Sport

 

This new old stock P. & C. Habig Sport belongs to my friend Herbert Jennissen of Hut-Neubarth Augsburg. It has the "Ventilo" vents. This one was made for the German market and has a logo I haven't seen before. I thinking 1950s with this one.

 

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P. & C. Habig Geras

 

I think this black velour is late 1960s maybe later. The liner is sewn in which is not the case the with the others I have of this same style. It also has the old label style but I can't read the numbers. The model appears to be named after the Lower Austrian town of Geras.

 

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P. & C. Habig (1951)

 

This is an amazing hat to DoctorJ on the FL. It has Trachten elements along with some city elements. The green - gold color combination and bow treatment are very Austrian.

 

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Unfortunately the sweatband disintegrated.

 

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Habig Alpen (1959)

 

This nice Alpen belongs to RLK on the FL.

 

"1959 with a nice brush and tassels. Has a short overwelt with hidden stitching then trimmed giving Cavanagh edge look."

 

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P. & C. Habig Homburg (late 1950s early 1960s)

 

This Habig Homburg doesn't have a paper label (or I couldn't find it) but I am thinking late 50s early 60s. It is in perfect condition.

 

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P. & C. Habig Homburg 1961

 

P. & C. Habig Homburg size 58cm from 1961. It has a some damage to the ribbon / bow from mis-staking but other than that it is in super condition. Also thinner ribbon and a little more side curve than usual.

 

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I just got my 1961 P. & C. Habig Homburg (posted above) back from Optimo. It had some ribbon / bow damage (otherwise excellent condition) so I had that replaced plus a clean and block. The ribbon width is about the same as the original which isn't common for Homburgs (more Bowler like). I think they did a great job as usual.

 

After Optimo

 

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They also added a sweatband bow which I didn't ask for (nice touch).

 

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P. & C. Habig Sport

 

This one belongs to my friend Herbert Jennissen at Hut Neubarth, Augsburg. Interesting long hair felt with stitching. I am thinking late 50s early 60s.

 

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P. & C. Habig Charcoal Alpen Velour, Size 60cm

 

This one belongs to RLK on the FL and was made for the US market. I am thinking late 60s. Not the old paper label style.

 

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P. & C. Habig Murau Velour, size 59cm. Not sure why the outside paper label has 58cm? / 7 3/8. This one was made in 1973 but still of very high quality.

 

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Habig Zefir (1960) This beauty belongs to RLK on the FL.

 

Beautiful moderately lightweight finely finished felt. 2-3/8" raw edge brim. 1960 date on tag. 2" wide sweatband fairly thick buttery leather.

 

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This is a later P. & C. Habig (1984), size 59cm. Got to love that Habig always listed the production year of the hat. I think they stand alone in this regards.

 

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P. & C. Habig Melone (Bowler). The paper label has a production year of 1932. The hat is in new condition and came with the original holder and case.

 

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Same shop as the hat so must be original. Notice the felt protector.

 

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