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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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    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
    I toke a name at random , enter it in Google and was re directed to your topic on thise forum ;http://warrelics.eu/forum/german-thi...rs-others.html
    Interesting research ! Congratulations.
    For the L or F , I 'll leave a message later.
    But you did not gave the name of the B and G woven into each other...do you know him?
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    Sorry yes, that is Gustav Brehmer, there is examples of all these makers in the buckles forum
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    Steinhaur & Luck & Kugel & Fink
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    RODO & Noelle & Hueck
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    Early double marked RS&S & a Friedrich Turch
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    Turch buckle
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    Sorry yes, that is Gustav Brehmer, there is examples of all these makers in the buckles forum
    Exact! I must have missed him !!
    Another question, would you happen to know what that symbol (sort of ladder) next to the ghotique abreviation G K & L , on the buckles?
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    I don't wish to offend you, but I must agree with Dimas here. "Restoration" of these buckles is wrong in my honest opinion. To me they are now simply "messed with". I much prefered to see them in their true historical state. If you want a mint item, simply go out and buy one and not try and make them into something they are not. To me this is going too far.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    No offence Ade!!
    I do agree with you, when badly restaured, they are messed up.
    But if it is done by somebody who is trained to do so,and if it is told when showed or...even sold , there is no probleme ...in my opinion.
    As I told before ; a restauration that can be on-done at any time (by a profesional!!) without causing any more damage to the item is no "messing up".
    Buildings are been restaured, cars ,tanks and all kind of antiques , so I see no reason why WWII relic's couldn't be restaured.
    I want to specify that I am talking about restaurations done by profesionals, trained to do so!
    I am aware that it is a very contoversial topic.
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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