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my dug up WH buckles

Article about: by Ben Evans Wow, good mixture of makers Richard Seiper and Sohne, quite a prolific buckle maker and very common Gebr Kugel & Fink Ludenscheid Robert Dold Offenberg Dr Franke & Co Lu

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    Thanks for the extra pics, are there any markings on any of the buckles?
    Ben

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    Thanks for the extra pics, are there any markings on any of the buckles?
    Yes ! I'll try to put some more pictures later on.
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    ...hard to make a nice picture !!
    I up loaded 10 pictures and got a ???"safety token missing message"???
    Tried again with 2 pictures , thise seems to work!
    And an other thing , when I try to download photo shopped (with Photo Plus) pictures , it doesn't work ..??
    Back to the marks:
    the first picture is a RS&S (quiet a lot of them) they also come in different letter types!
    but the second picture shows ;
    -in the front a B and G woven into each other
    -at the back a G K & L in gothique
    Not showed on the pictures are a RODO, a Dr.F.&Co.,an L in a circle,a N&H,an ST&L and a JFS
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    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    Hi Stuka f


    Quote by stuka f View Post
    thise one is fully restaured; it is the same one as seen on the previous picture.
    Did you re-etched this one?


    Greetz

    Nick VR

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    Stuka f,very nice collection&resto..did you say they were all found at one time?,my hands would be shaking if so.

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    hey Nick ,
    If you mean by etching ,engraving the metal ...then , no!
    I do put layers and layers of epoxy , mould it until the result is OK.
    When restauring, what ever item, you must always make more epoxy than you need , so thise is a way to use the left overs, that are coming very expensive these days.
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    Quote by tomegn View Post
    Stuka f,very nice collection&resto..did you say they were all found at one time?,my hands would be shaking if so.
    the one's on the first picture, yes! So the story goes...
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    Hi Stuka f


    Is their a way to recognize pieces that were treated with epoxy? I'am a little concerned that these will hit the collectors market as originals...


    Greetz

    Nick VR

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    Quote by Nick VR View Post
    Hi Stuka f


    Is their a way to recognize pieces that were treated with epoxy? I'am a little concerned that these will hit the collectors market as originals...


    Greetz

    Nick VR
    Heat,a cutter or methyl ethyl ketone (MEK). But all 3 of these methodes are dangerous and will cause damage in away ore another.
    I did sell some pieces , but I added a restauration forme with the item. The probleme is that those items showed up again whitout the restauration forme...
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    Quote by stuka f View Post
    ...hard to make a nice picture !!
    I up loaded 10 pictures and got a ???"safety token missing message"???
    Tried again with 2 pictures , thise seems to work!
    And an other thing , when I try to download photo shopped (with Photo Plus) pictures , it doesn't work ..??
    Back to the marks:
    the first picture is a RS&S (quiet a lot of them) they also come in different letter types!
    but the second picture shows ;
    -in the front a B and G woven into each other
    -at the back a G K & L in gothique
    Not showed on the pictures are a RODO, a Dr.F.&Co.,an L in a circle,a N&H,an ST&L and a JFS
    Wow, good mixture of makers

    Richard Seiper and Sohne, quite a prolific buckle maker and very common

    Gebr Kugel & Fink Ludenscheid

    Robert Dold Offenberg

    Dr Franke & Co Ludenscheid

    Noelle & Hueck

    Steinhauer and Luck

    Josef Feix Sohne and the L in a circle are you sure it is an L and not an F?

    Thanks
    Ben

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