Historic trade emblems


By Gisela Pekrul

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In 1937 the Conference of German cities called for "general" proposals for designs for trade emblems for the craftsman branches of the trades entered in the trades register at that time. Fifty-two official trade emblems were put forward and published in 1938. In the publication of historic trade emblems the following professions are included with description: The bakery trade, the orthopaedic and dressing trade, the construction trades, the sculpting and stonemason trades, the barrel making trade, the brewing and malting trade, the glazing trade, the window and building cleaning trade, the engraving and girdle makers trades, the gents' tailoring trade, the pipefitting and plumbing trade, the jewellery, gold and silversmith trade, the confectionery trade, the basket making trade, the motor trade, the furrier, hat and glovemaking trade, the painting trade, the mechanician trade, the milling trade, the musical instrument making trade, the optical and precision engineering trade, the paving and road surfacing trade, the millinery trade, the horse slaughtering trade, the saddlery and upholstery trades, the signmaking, signwriting and illuminated signs trade, the locksmith trade, the blacksmith trade, the chimney cleaning trade, the shoemaking trade, the rope, line and sailmaking trade, the wheel and wagon building trade, the stucco work and plastering trades, the joinery trade, the pottery and furnace fitting trades, the clockmaking trade, the laundering and pressing trade, the hosiery, weaving and embroidery trade, the dental engineering trade, the carpentry trade, the bookbinding trade, the gunsmith and armourer's trades, the brushmaking trade, the roofing trade, the dressmaking trade, the turning trade, the electro-technical trade, the dying and dry cleaning trade, the butchery trade, the photography trade, he hairdressing trade and the glazing trade.
Historic trade emblems