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P. & C. Habig, Brown, Size 60cm but measures 61cm (7 5/8), 2 1/2 inch brim and 5 inch crown creased. Very nice felt, liner and unique sweatband. I am thinking late 1970s to mid 1980s.

 

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This one is awesome! I like especially the fact that the box has a felt protector - obviously Habig paid attention to details. What size is it?

 

 

P. & C. Habig Melone (Bowler). The paper label has a date stamp 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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P. & C. Habig Homburg, black, size 58cm with original store box. This one is from 1957 and in very good condition. Original hat box from the store that sold it.

 

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P. & C. Habig Wien, size 57cm but fits perfect, hat store was in Riga. This one was missing the liner and ribbon so had it restored by Optimo. It's definitely pre 1940 and could actually be from around WWI. This is the first pre 1940 soft felt P. & C. Habig Wien that I have encountered. Majors props go to Josh on the FL for the tip.

 

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P. & C. Habig Berlin Kreissäge (Boater), measures 59cm, thinking 1920s. I don't believe I have encountered a P. & C. Habig from the Berlin (see above postcard) so very rare plus in mint condition. The straw + weave are very flexible and light weight. I am very excited about this one.

 

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Austrian Coat of Arms, Eagle with Hammer and Sickle

 

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P. & C. Habig Berlin!

 

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P. & C. Habig Vienna Brass Plate (16,5 x 13 cm, late 1800s early 1900s)

 

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I believe this is one of the crests used for export to non-German speaking countries. For German speaking countries it would have had Wien / Hutmacher instead of Vienna / Hatters. Highly possible it was displayed in one of the P. & C. Habig locations in Vienna.

 

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Habig Sport Ventilo, probably 1950s. This beauty belongs to Manfred.

 

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The details photos shows the Habig Ventilo Patent, the felt stripes as air condition

 

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Wanamaker Stores / P. & C. Habig Vienna (1906-13) American newspaper ads marketing the "Lighest Derby Hat in the World".

 

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1906 American market P. & C. Habig Vienna Federleicht (Feather Light) Derby Hat

 

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Found some larger images but they are copyright marked.

 

Peter Habig (1886-1963) co-owner P. & C. Habig Wien, Berlin (1927).

 

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With daughters Lucy and Maria.

 

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