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A Very Interesting Lot of Buckles

Article about: Hi Adam, I think you're right as it would seem logical. Also being that these buckles are unpainted it would seem they come from a period before it was common practice to paint all steel buc

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    Hi Adam, I think you're right as it would seem logical. Also being that these buckles are unpainted it would seem they come from a period before it was common practice to paint all steel buckles i.e. Pre 1916, cheers, Richard.

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    ... I think Richard makes and excellent speculation that perhaps they were trying to "use up" these roundels which themselves don't have any stress applied to them from the belt rig...
    I must admit that Imperial buckles are not my field, but I would support this theory.

    Great pewter WWI buckles, Richard!

    Best regards,
    Guido

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    Thanks Guido.

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