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Article about: Hi guys, Just got this in, as per Angolia pg. 586. It was cheap enough, so happy with it... Angolia suggests it's unofficial, probably sympathisers buckle. Anyone any info about these?

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    Default Just in, nazi sympathisers buckle....

    Hi guys,

    Just got this in, as per Angolia pg. 586. It was cheap enough, so happy with it... Angolia suggests it's unofficial, probably sympathisers buckle. Anyone any info about these?
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    Never seen this one before - look forward to the verdict.

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    Like a big Texas longhorn belt buckle, it would have certainly been nailing ones colours to the mast!!!

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    Quote by Danmark View Post
    Like a big Texas longhorn belt buckle, it would have certainly been nailing ones colours to the mast!!!

    " Do I support the party? .......BADA-BOOM, check this out!!! "
    hahahaha.. yes indeedy!

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    Cannot really help you on thse Lenny, a buckle I have never owned or looked at in depth to be honest. I have seen them in period pics being worn but as to make up and originality never had one mate
    Ben

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    I have had two in my years of collecting. First one was somewhat tired - then I found a near mint example. I don't believe it was repainted. When I look at it closeup with my jeweler's loupe, it shows that this is most probably the original paint on this buckle. I believe this is the way they were made.
    As for wether or not they are just costume jewelry or actually NSDAP sympathizer buckles...I don't know.

    They are quite small and were used on a cloth type belt if memory serves me correctly. The belt was not leather.
    In any case....It's a 'cute' buckle that I think is interesting enough to belong in my buckle collection.

    Cheers!

    Rob
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    Lach, that a belter... (no pun intended) Im sure it's described as painted like this in Angolia, and there's a pic of cloth belt there...

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