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Article about: These items are coming from a collection of a German WWII collector. I would like to have some more information about them. German army boots. Remarkable are the brown leather shafts of the

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    These items are coming from a collection of a German WWII collector. I would like to have some more information about them.




    German army boots. Remarkable are the brown leather shafts of the boots. Are these standard boots?





    A pair of spurs. The spurs have the inscription "Rostfrei" (stainless) and a logo "LF". Because of the German inscription the spurs should be German made. Could they be used by the German WWII army?

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    L&F is for Linden & Funk, I know they made buckles in WW2
    Ben

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    Thanks for your reply.
    You are right. Linden und Funke from Iserlohn, they made all kind of metal/aluminium products. Also for the German army.
    Mostly their army products has the inscription "L&F" without a logo. Could these logo means that the spurs were made for the civilian market?

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