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What's your favourite buckle?

Article about: Ok guys, one to get a bit of banter started. What's your favourite buckle and why?

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    Quote by Ben Evans View Post
    All of them lol I think for me Lenny it is the Postshutz buckle, dont know why but I love the design and the way it looks
    Same thing here!
    Still need to get my first one.
    I also regret i couldn't buy Ben Evan's latest classifieds buckles, they were nice too.
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    OMG....choosing the favorite buckle in my collection is not an easy task. There are SO many that I enjoy looking at. For me I guess I will have to divide them up into categories (if you don't mind). I will choose my favorite buckles from three categories: ww1, inter-war and ww2.
    For ww1, I have to go with my early brass telegraph buckle. It has such a unique look to it. It always catches my eye.

    For the Inter-war/Weimar era, it probably comes down to this 1920's Freikorps/Veteran buckle. Not often seen - I was very lucky to acquire this example. It just has such a unique look to it. I love it.

    For WW2 it was not an easy choice. I love the look of my SA Wehrmannschaft, my NPEA buckle and also 2nd pattern RLB....but I will have to choose my early NSKK buckle. These hardly ever go up for sale and I was lucky enough to acquire this example a few years ago when three hit the market all at once out of a vet estate and were gobbled up immediately.

    Those are my fave buckles out of my collection. Here are some pics..... First up is ww1

    Cheers!
    Rob
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    Interwar Freikorps.....
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    Ww2 nskk
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    I like the RAD design.

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    I like the DJ buckles because of the powerful clean uncluttered single rune. Simple and powerful design.

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    Nothing can beat a standard Heer buckle!
    Ex username - DTVPKING

    My dream - pink hue DAK M35/40 and a Jon Lord spec C3

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    Quote by DTVPKING View Post
    Nothing can beat a standard Heer buckle!
    Indeed and it is the only one I have left these days.
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    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    As with Rob, it is difficult to chose just one. The typical Heer is my favorite for sure. Here is my example of a Gustav Brehmer with a "4" stamped under the pin.
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    What I found interesting about the N&HL buckle like Jerry's is that the roundel is more pronounced than most.
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    I have also always had a liking for these.
    Ralph.
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    Hello ,

    another highlight are this FAD buckles :

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    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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