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Red Cross Buckle and RAD

Article about: Here is Red Cross buckle I have had Swaz is worn or denizfied, Olc marked. Second buckle is RAD dated 37 and has well worn tab. Timothy

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    Here is Red Cross buckle I have had Swaz is worn or denizfied, Olc marked. Second buckle is RAD dated 37 and has well worn tab. Timothy
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    Default Re: Red Cross Buckle and RAD

    Two nice original buckle Tim, the DRK is not that bad as far as denazification goes
    Ben

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    Default Re: Red Cross Buckle and RAD

    Thanks Ben

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