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Butcher's Buckles

Article about: Here is one I picked up in Germany at a local store in the 80's. I'm sure it is recent production as there was a whole box of them and it was a retail store, not a flea market. It is a littl

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    Hello
    Combat Buckles are all around, these ones are not.
    Hope, You like it.

    Alex.
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    Not my personal cup of tea Alex but good to see a good variation of buckles on the forum, thanks for showing them
    Ben

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    I like 'em....especially the first example showing the "dirty" prongs that we often on see on other period buckles.
    Cool civvy buckles! Thanks for posting!

    Rob

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    Alex

    I did not know that you were collecting "Guild" or "Handwerk und Industie"related buckles.

    Super although very specialised examples, that you have shown.

    The Bandau publication would suggest that your "Fleischer" buckles could quite easily have been made between 1850/1910.

    Any other Guild buckles that you could post ?

    Regards,

    David

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    Hallo
    Habe auch welche in der Sammlung. Die gehören auch dazu.
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    Kopell71, bitte haben sie meir Guild koppellschloss? Haben sie bild?

    Grusse

    Ben
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    Very interesting and peculiar buckles! Thanks for sharing

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    Hello
    Thanks for Your interest, unexpected though

    @ Koppel 71, nice bunch. Any images piece by piece, Please.
    @ David, Yes, I have a few. Will go on later on.
    @ Ben, I'm not well with German even using "promt"

    Alex.

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    Hello
    Thanks for Your interest, unexpected though

    @ Koppel 71, nice bunch. Any images piece by piece, Please.
    @ David, Yes, I have a few. Will go on later on.
    @ Ben, I'm not well with German even using "promt"

    Alex.
    Sorry Alex, I put the wrong name in, should have gone to Koppell71
    Ben

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    Very educational. I never even knew these kind of guild buckles even existed.

    Cheers, Ade.

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