BeVo Panzer Breast Eagle, EM (Fabrics)

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BeVo Panzer Breast Eagle, EM (Fabrics).
Copy in accordance with the original, replica fabrics using BeVo weave technique.

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BeVo Panzer Breast Eagle, EM (Fabrics).

BeVo weave is a machine woven process developed in the early 1900s by a Frenchman called Jacquard and it was a roll of material fed into a weaving machine the germans using rayon or artificial silk for this material at the same time a card strip was fed in with a series of holes in the strip the machine extracts theinformation from the card and weaves a design into the base material this was commonly used for cap eagles, breast eagles, cockades etc. The name BeVo weave comes from the be stands for beteiligung (patrnership) and the vo stands for vorsteher which is the merging of two firms Lucas Vorsteher and Ewald Vorsteher from the german city of Wuppertal-Barmen which made up the firms logo of BeVo-Wuppertal which is sometimes found on the end of rolls of BeVo insignia.

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