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Dransfled buckle for Wewelsburg

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    Here you go, a Dransfeld aluminium buckle for reference, again note the smooth rear
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    1936 Dransfeld Luftwaffe example, also a smooth-back (and unit marked )
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    Thanks guys, Now I can see that the one I'm looking at haves the same rear and prongs!

    At first, I thought the rear and prongs looked very fishy!

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    Here is Markus example, it seems like Dransfeld is quite a rare maker?
    And did not have an M4 number. Or is one of the unknown...

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    Quote by Wewelsburg View Post
    Here is Markus example, it seems like Dransfeld is quite a rare maker?
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    M4/34 Nordwall & Welschehold, Dransfeld & Co, Menden
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    Quote by Ben Evans View Post
    Here you go, a Dransfeld aluminium buckle for reference, again note the smooth rear
    I have always liked smooth rears on ladies.

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    HJ M4/34 Nordwall & Welschehold, Dransfeld & Co, Menden, it seems he did not much care about the reverse
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    Quote by zeppelin View Post
    HJ M4/34 Nordwall & Welschehold, Dransfeld & Co, Menden, it seems he did not much care about the reverse
    All over a very lousy manufacturing.
    Maybe that was the reason their RZM-permission for political buckles was withdrawn in late 1935.
    In the 1938 RZM-list they were back again as Nordwall, Dransfeld & Co. If they ever made better
    buckles, is the question!
    "Wir sollen auch unser Leben für die Brüder lassen" (1.Joh.3.16):
    zum Gedächtnis Wilhelm Schenk. Er starb fürs Vaterland am 13. Juni 1916

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    Wilhelm, thank you. Very informative for me.

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    Quote by Ben Evans View Post
    M4/34 Nordwall & Welschehold, Dransfeld & Co, Menden
    Ah OK I only read the first things
    Great thread with a lot of info about a maker I did not know anything about!

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