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ID'ing Belt and buckle

Article about: I'd appreciate any comments on this belt and buckle. May be a duplicate post--sorry. could not find my first post.

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    I'd appreciate any comments on this belt and buckle. May be a duplicate post--sorry. could not find my first post.
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    Hello bbirder welcome to the forum. It s a nsdap leader s belt and buckle at a glance both look ok. It would be nice to see pictures of the back of the buckle to tell for sure though. Best regards.

    Brian

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    Political leaders belt and buckle. The RZM m4 on the back will let us know the manufacturer. Belt looks nice but the buckle has lost most of the gold finish.

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    Thanks for the response Brian. Give me a few and I'll post those pics.

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    Quote by bbirder View Post
    Thanks for the response Brian. Give me a few and I'll post those pics.
    Yes please do when time permits. If Kirby says the buckles good you can take it to the bank he s right. But it d still be nice for reference purpose.,

    Brian

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    Sorry for delay. Thought they went and had to reload. I don't see any evidence that the buckle ever had gold on it, but the part that the belt slides thru is plated and seems to have good coverage.
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    Yup! A good one indeed. Nice pick up congrats.

    Brian

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    For comparison

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    Best regards

    Brian

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    Thanks for the comparison pics Brian! Should a buckle be polished or left as is. Seems like some of them really shine even tho aluminum or pot metal.

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    I think I speak for the majority of us when I say items are best left untouched. It ruins the patina and in a lot of cases the finer details of the piece. Of course others may have other opinions but it's my two cents.Best regards.

    Brian
    Last edited by bsiwula1; 10-24-2017 at 12:53 AM.

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