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2 New Heer Buckles

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    Here is a couple of Heer buckles I picked up at the SOS. First up a nice aluminum with lots of it's finish. Not sure who the maker is.
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    That is a super buckle by Lehmann & Wunderberg Kirby, very hard maker to get hold of and most of the original paint intact
    Ben

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    Here is one for comparison
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    The second buckle is a crank catch and is marked for Aurich and 42 near the swastika. The condition is a little worse than I would like but I didn't have a crank catch and hopefully I can upgrade it someday.
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    Together
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    Also nice crank catch Aurich, that had been repainted IMO
    Ben

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    Thanks for letting me know the maker. So you think the Aurich was green and then repainted the blue/black color? You posted a 43 Aurich in a thread I started on Blue Heer buckles.

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    Both very nice and could i ask you what you paid for the crank catch please?...
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    There looks to be green paint underlying from the pics Kirby, could be a blue one I am just going by the pics posted
    Ben

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    Looking at the enlarged photos the buckle may have originally been green. It is still hard to tell.

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