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Tailor labels: Let's make a reference list here.

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Over the years, I've seen various different types of tailor labels and would like to see all the variations and the different ones that collectors have. Fellow collectors have said that only 1/10 of bars have maker's labels on them; I suspect it could be lower than that. Here are a few I've come across. Please feel free to add more.

F. Sedlatzek

Berlin W8

Lieprigerstr. 108

Gold letters on black

1.2 x 3. cm

stitched left and right sides

Edited by azyeoman

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Friedr. Sedlatzek

Berlin W8

Lieprigerstr. 108

Metal 1 x 1.5 cm

appears to be glued to reverse

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Bleckmann

Celle

Abzeichen

gilt Metal - rounded ends stitched down.

.5 x 1.5 cm

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Gebr. Godet & Co.

Ordensjuweliere

Berlin, Charlottenstr. 55

1.8 x 3.8 cm

Silver on black

stitched on four sides

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Ordens-Hocke

Koln

1 x 2.5 cm

Aluminum with black lettering within black rectangle.

stitched down on ends

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Ordens Dekoration

Gravieranstalt

J. Bohous Hannover

Stientorstr. 5

cloth 1.5 x 3 cm

Gold on black

stitched left and right sides

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Tel. 225363

J. H. Esser

Koln Krebsgasse 20

Cloth with brown on beige

1.5 x 4 cm

Stetched on

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(Clock 5:50) Kummer

Halle A/S Adolf Hitler Ring 1

Cloth 1.5 x 5 cm

Orange on black

Stitched down on four sides

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J. Reimann

Ordenhous

Berlin W8 Freidrichstr. 188

within black rectangle

Aluminum .9 x 2.5 cm

stiched on left and ride ends.

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Stempel Reich

Breslau I Ring 55

within black rectangle

Aluminum .9 x 2.5 cm

Stitched down on ends.

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Ed. Schern

Nurnberg. A

Vord. Ledergasse 18

Cloth 1.5 x 4.5 cm

Gold on black

stitched on four sides

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Louis Kase, Stetten

Schutzenstr. 10

Cloth 1 x 3.3 cm

Pink on black

Stitched on four sides

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.Wolfgrob.Schwarz.

Direkt Am Weddingplatz

D6. Weddg. 7463

N65. Mullerstr. 115

Aluminum button rivited in center

1.3 cm in diameter

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Fr. Achermann

Mliitaraustrustungen

Koblenz/Rh. Baldwinstr. 1

Silver lettering on black background

Aluminum .7 x 2. cm

Aluminum points pierced through fabric on left and right sides.

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Franz. Joh. Orth

Orden Lubeck

Cloth

.75 x 3. cm

Silver on black

stitched across top and left and right sides

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WilhelmWelhausen

Abt:

Ordens Decoration

Hannover

1.7 x 3. cm

Gold on black cloth

stitched on left and right sides

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Posted (edited) · Hidden by azyeoman, March 12, 2012 - No reason given
Hidden by azyeoman, March 12, 2012 - No reason given

Please post your tailor's labels. :beer:

Edited by azyeoman

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Sait FahnenfabrikMehn

1890 * Inhaber: Erick Grothe

Braunschweig

Red and Blue on white cloth.

Stitched on all four sides.

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Westmann'sche

Uniform-austustungsstucke

Dresden-A1,Schloschstr. 15

White on black cloth

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Hello John,

Great thread you started here. I will add some examples that I have, but some of these may already have been posted.

Best regards,

Tom

Bruno Görlich:

Edited by tyanacek

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Wolfgang Robert Schwarz:

Schwarz typically used green wool felt for backing their medal bar assemblies and they put a pinking shear cut to both the top and bottom edges of the backing cloth.

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