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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

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A fantastic topic that deserves to be pinned...

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What appears to be a very nice early singleton; quite unusual as such and especially for the Franco-Prussian War; sadly the "Orleans" bar is a fake and someone has replaced an original Hindenburg Cross with a Franco-Prussian War Medal. The tailor tag and bar are original though: caveat emptor.

E. Schneider, Graveurmstr.


Berlin N4, Jnvalidenstr. 133

Bordered by black line

Black on round edge aluminum rectangle

Stitched via holes on each end.

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If you were a supplier of awards to the 'Reich' during the time, this would have been the address to have.


Halle A/S,

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It's one you don't see often. There's another bar shown earlier (No. 8) that has the same label, but is WWI. Your bar is very nice, thanks for posting!

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