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1937 Heers belt and buckle

Article about: I've never bought a buckle and was not sure if i really ever wanted one, but this one spoke to me. It is in the mail and i should have it in hand on Monday. It was purchased from the son of

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    Here is the cool marking under the bar from Heer - 1936 Gebruder Kugel & Fink

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    Nice set you have en route to your collection
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    Nice used EM/NCO set. Not sure about the Lugar part of the story. Did NCO's carry Lugars? A vet could have added it to the Belt. Officers double claw belt are boring.

    Remember the scene in the movie Sargent York? He captures a bunch of Germans and has them drop the equipment were the stand. Lots of souvenirs must have been picked up from situations like that.

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    Here`s a pic of an NCO with a Luger......Pete.
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    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    as Ben said very nice set.

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    And here`s a pic of an officer with a luger and an NCO belt as well as the NCO with a luger...Pete.
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    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    Quote by tank destroyer View Post
    Ben, thanks for the approval. As stated before I do not collect buckles, but this set being an early set and possibly the belt being an 1937, I had to buy it. The bayonet and scabbard that was on the belt was a matching number set. Is it an officers or enlisted soldiers buckle or is there a difference?
    Marty
    Marty, the buckle is a EM (enlisted manns) buckle mate, nice the whole set was available an a nice matching bayonet, very nice mucker
    Ben

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    Quote by zwerge View Post
    And here`s a pic of an officer with a luger and an NCO belt as well as the NCO with a luger...Pete.
    You can find pictures of EM/NCO wearing sidearms but it is exception to the rule. It is a rare photo of a EM with Lugars.

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    I know some photos may be same. Th back still has a lot of paint it is hard to see the maker. The belt and buckle are both 1937 dated. I am pleased with the purchase.
    Marty
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    From what I can tell it is a GK&F.

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    Quote by tank destroyer View Post
    From what I can tell it is a GK&F.
    G Gebruder or brother Kugel and Fink so makers marks brothers Kugel & Fink
    Ben

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