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    I bought this Y-straps on a sale for almost nothing .. leather very nice and supple and nicely dated.
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    a good buy.

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    Well done - a nice mid war set that hasn't been mucked with. Good find!
    " When you're chewing on life's gristle, don't grumble, give a whistle "

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    Do you know the maker?

    I do

    0/0715/0011 = Adolf Marquardt KG Heilbronn (Wurtemburg) Skl- u. Skistockfabrlk. Faltbootwerft.

    4th December 1944 - complete destruction of the parent company by bombing.

    This is new info not published before. You read it here first folks.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Thanks Ade! cool!

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    Nice original ones as said no post war monkeying. I like the Oberhoff (OLC) stamp in the metal OLC was a big maker of belt buckles. timothy

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    Very nice one !!!! Probably one of the last where the stitching of the aux straps isn't visible yet

    and... a 1943 one.... one of the last I am looking for for my collection

    If you ever want to get rid of it you know where to find me....

    Tom

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    Thanks guys

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