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It was Anton Waldhausen’s declared aim to make products of excellent quality available at the best possible price-performance ratio. He set up a specialty shop in Cologne as early as 1850s and supplied the European nobility all over Europe with his premium saddles and tack. Soon Waldhausen saddles become famous for their extraordinary quality.
Henri Waldhausen, Anton’s son, a farsighted merchant expanded the product range to other leather equipment and luggage. A contract for the serial production of car luggage brought the chance to take root in the emerging automotive market. When Henri’s sons Toni and Hans Waldhausen took over, they expanded the specialty shop yet again and also enlarged the production site by adding a manufactory in Cologne. In 1895 Waldhausen was the largest saddlery- and leather retail outlet in Germany. Its marble and glass store front was rated the most spectacular and classy in Cologne.