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    Hello ! Please identify this belt buckles. Sign: GEBR.MANNES REMSCHEID

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    It must be an early pattern of the Turner-bund buckle?

    Frisch, fromm, fröhlich, frei

    Deutscher Turner-bund if you want to google it
    Kenny

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    what year production this buckle can be ?

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    Man I dont have clue. Some expert here must come to our help now!
    Kenny

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    To me it dont look 1900's, and the maker was at least active around 1840 but I'm just guessing here.
    Kenny

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    Interesting buckle, looks like an early Turnerbund buckle and probably a cottage industry made one, as to year no idea to be honest!
    Ben

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    Quote by boskitomasz View Post
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    A Butcher's-Guild Buckle...
    I also believe the top buckle is an early Turnerbund...I suspect late 1800s/early 20th Century, Pre-WWI...
    Glenn

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