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Article about: Hi guys, for those that dont know I am always looking to uncover new makers and find the missing links to the M4 makers list. A member of the WAF forum has a Tunnerbund buckle with the maker

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    Hi guys, for those that dont know I am always looking to uncover new makers and find the missing links to the M4 makers list. A member of the WAF forum has a Tunnerbund buckle with the maker V & Co, has anyone any information on this maker at all?

    Thanks
    Ben

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    Hey Ben! Here's a buckle with a maker that I have yet to ID....There's a very good possibility that the swastika was added post war - but it's done so precisely and neatly, I find it hard to imagine that someone would go through so much trouble to do this on a "common" buckle.
    In any case....swastika aside...is the maker mark one that you recognize? I'm drawing a blank....

    Thanks!

    Rob
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    Hey Rob interesting buckle and another maker mark I have not seen yet I believe the buckle was denazified and the swazstika put on post war
    Ben

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    I would agree with Ben.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Hey Guys! Yes, I too lean quite strongly to a post war application. It's just that it was done so nicely! Very professional looking. I think the fact you see the stamp on the reverse showing where the original swas was shows that this is not a manufactured piece in this condition.
    I'm more interested in the maker mark.....wish I could ID it but in the years I've had this buckle - no one seems to recognize it.

    Cheers!

    Rob

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    Possibly Wilhelm Binder ??

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    The buckle is indeed Wilhelm Binder
    Ben

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