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Garage sale Find. Kriegsmarine Buckle??

Article about: Erno, Thanks for your help. I checked that name and found a similar marking displayed upon a German buckle!

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    Default Garage sale Find. Kriegsmarine Buckle??

    Hello and thank in advance for looking at this post.

    The attached photos are of a buckle that I picked up at a local garage sale. It looks like a Kriegsmarine buckle, but one I have not seen or kind an example of on the net or books that I have. Am I right that it is a Kriegsmarine?

    Any thoughts from the Forum?

    Thanks

    Mark

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    I forgot to add that this item was with it as well. I dont have a clue
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    They do not look German to me. I will be surprised if they are confirmed as German let alone Kriegsmarine to be honest. Although not my area so could be wrong. Cheers, Sean.

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    Thank you

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    Hello Mark,
    The first one posted certainly resembles a TR Kriegsmarine buckle but could very well be pre war. Here is a TR one that I own.
    Ralph.
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    Searching for anything relating to, Anton Boos, 934 Stamm. Kp. Pz. Erz. Abt. 7, 3 Kompanie, Panzer-Regiment 2, 16th Panzer-Division (My father)

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    Ralph,

    Thanks for the picture and that is why I am thinking it is Kriegsmarine. It is possible that it could be pre WWII. Hmmm interesting

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    I would expect it to be of British manufacture, not German.

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    I believe that the second buckle (with crossed rifles) was made by a firm called Matthias Salcher & Söhne.

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    Stug III

    I did not think of that but I thought theirs would have been topped by HM Crown???

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    It's just that this type of buckle construction was mainly used by them. Not seen a German one before in this style.

    Tom

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