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Buckle R.S & S. 1936

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    Nice buckle by Seiper, and nice to see the early markings on it. Is there just the one marking (diamond) or is there another on the opposite side?

    Ben

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    Nice Buckle and Tab. Welcome to the Forum
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    Quote by chman59 View Post
    Panzerabwehr-Abteilung 14

    Aufgestellt am 15. Oktober 1935 in Halle. Bei der Mobilmachung kam die 5./MGK 47 als neue 4. Kompanie hinzu. Am 1. April 1940 wurde die Abteilung in
    Panzerjäger-Abteilung 14 umbenannt. Am 15. Oktober 1940 wurde die Abteilung motorisiert. Am 1. Juni 1943 wurde die Abteilung aufgelöst, aber am 1. Oktober 1943 erneut gebildet.
    I think this could be from website "Lexikon der Wehrmacht". I also looked for this 'unit marking' there

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    Quote by weller View Post
    I think this could be from website "Lexikon der Wehrmacht". I also looked for this 'unit marking' there

    Hello

    Yes it is the history of this regiment

    Manu

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    Quote by Ben Evans View Post
    Nice buckle by Seiper, and nice to see the early markings on it. Is there just the one marking (diamond) or is there another on the opposite side?

    Hello Ben
    Not a single diamond, which is the stylized marking Lüdenschield Richard Sieper, I believe that after 1936 this marking is not affixed to these buckles.
    Manu

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    Quote by chman59 View Post
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    Yes, it is a well know Sieper maker mark

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    Manu, many thanks I am well aware of the Seiper markings, just merely asking if you had one mark or two on yours

    Thanks
    Ben

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    One mark

    Manu

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    Quote by chman59 View Post
    One mark

    Manu
    Many thanks
    Ben

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