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Sympathizer Buckle

Article about: Hello Here is another one of the kind. We have here "General Gau Honor Badge 1923" I'd say a very strange combination as this Gau Badge is not a tinnie but a real Award. Of course

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    Hello
    Here is another one of the kind.
    We have here "General Gau Honor Badge 1923" I'd say a very strange combination as this Gau Badge is not a tinnie but a real Award. Of course it is not a real piece here but die struck - two pieces, not silver made, as a real one and " the spider " is the wrong position moved to 3 o'clock position to the wreath instead of being at 12 o'clock.
    It's not possible to imaging such combination in use after 1930, could be a very early cottage made piece and again Austria-Bavaria area - Buckle's body is old Austrian.

    ideas ?
    Alex.

    PS: Thanks to Dan for the Buckle.
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    Here is the real Badge to get an idea, 1925 on it but all the same.
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    Interesting buckle for sure. Certainly looks like it's a one of a kind piece. Thanks for showing!

    Rob

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    Alex

    There is one very important and two part question to ask about this quite remarkable buckle.

    Why on earth should someone decide to fabricate (fake) such a unique buckle which displays a very special emblem on a very distinct brass box ?

    Perhaps a "double bluff" ? Perhaps not !

    Regards,

    David

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    ...maybe a Biker-made buckle, out of two original pieces ? I know some german bikers - or like say call themselfs "Rocker" - loved to wear swastikas in all ways on their jeans/leather jackets in the 1970s... even the Mutterkreuz/Mothercross...
    But, thats just my two pennies worth.
    Thomas

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    David Hello
    I don't know. Box is obviously original.
    "Badge" is stamped piece a very remarkable sign for the "Badges" guys
    made from "wrong" material and assembled at the wrong way.
    No chance to use it after regulations were completed, It's for sure.

    @ Thomas
    as Buckle came from US, perhaps Harley Team.

    Alex.

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    Alex,
    could be bought in Germany by an american tourist
    ...from him ....
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    Thomas

    How dare you use a recent picture of me without my permission !

    Regards,

    David

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    LOL, I hope them tattoos are spelt correctly
    Ben

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    Ben

    Perhaps a good idea to put a cap on this slightly "iffy"and homo erotic discussion, however and most worryingly, I actually know persons in Bahrain who somewhat and vaguely resemble this "oik".

    Regards,

    David

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