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Article about: Hello, I have this belt with brass buckle. I think it is German, but is it TR or pre TR period??? Buckle is 63 x 42 mm and belt is 42 mm. There is no visiable marks... Please for your opinio

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    Hello,
    I have this belt with brass buckle. I think it is German, but is it TR or pre TR period???
    Buckle is 63 x 42 mm and belt is 42 mm. There is no visiable marks...
    Please for your opinions.

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    Hard to tell, as it's missing it's central element.
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Strange box to be honest, with a single solder point and them rough cut prongs I would have said a fake but then why fake something thats worth nothing?
    Ben

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    Yes, I known....
    But, maybe with measures and way of buttoning (closure)....

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    Hello,

    agree with Ben . Older well worn post war box .

    Typical prongs and ears for post war buckles ..
    Regards ,
    Markus


    I'm searching for
    Buckles 3.Reich

    special SA/NSKK/NSFK with maker marks


    Link to my collection : http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/album.php?albumid=1175



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    Then, I hoped pre war .......
    Anyway, thanks for fast infos!

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    I've got one exactly the same, from a purely logical point, I'd say it's not fake, maybe post war but not fake. There obviously has been a roundel at one time, and as it's been removed then that points to possibly wanting to hide a post war roundel? Or ????

    There are certain buckles that have a single solder point isn't there? maybe not in this configuration but it did happen...

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    Holy thread resurrection Batman, just flicking through Angolia, page 174 shows an SA buckle, box similar with single hole and soldered split pin....

    ???????

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    Lenny there are mistakes in the Angolia book, Nash book, cracking references but not all correct
    Ben

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    Could be that someone took of the center emblem and turned it into trench art like the piece I have shown below.

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