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Eagles heads on Wehrmacht buckles

Article about: Hi guys, in the previous thread I mentioned about buckles having distinct eagles heads, I just wanted to show a few and the variations that buckles do have, first up a classic Richard Sieper

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    Default Eagles heads on Wehrmacht buckles

    Hi guys, in the previous thread I mentioned about buckles having distinct eagles heads, I just wanted to show a few and the variations that buckles do have, first up a classic Richard Sieper buckle

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    Next one is by Lehmann & Wunderberg,quite a rare maker, look at the long beak on the eagle
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    Another rare buckle is by this maker Paul Cramer M4/44. he was the only maker to put his M4 number on his buckles no other maker did this, again look at the distinct eagles head
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    Last two for tonight, both makers are from the Berlin area, different makers but look at the eagles heads and how similar they are, did they become one factory? First one J C Maedicke of Berlin
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    The second one is C W Motz of Brandengburg
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    Another maker with a different eagle is CTD (Christian Theodore Dicke) in my eyes his eagles look more like a budgie and not an eagle
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    This one is by the maker Julius Kremp, again has a very distinct eagles head
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    Some very nice buckles.
    Most of mine are entnazifizierd.
    Also have on of CTD only mine is from 1943
    And i have one without makermarkings.

    Was that common that they were not marked sometimes ?
    The two beltbuckles are the late type (without leaher tab).

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    Hi there thanks for the compliment, do you have any pics fo your buckles? It is always nice to see buckles, I have a de-nazified buckle, some are very nice, there is a nice St Mekl buckle on the German Historica website, lots of detail on the eagle and leather tab The two buckles without tabs are more than likely late war buckles.
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    Don`t know how to post pictures and my digital camera is at my girlfriends house.

    However if i make the pictures maybe you can post them for me.

    I have
    2 wh entnazifizierd (B & N 40 other is unmarked).
    1 hj entnazifizierd (with the marking on the back i thought M4/24 burt i have to look 2 b certain).
    2 wh marked (CTD 1943 and one unmarked).

    Looking for a RAD and LW one in the future.
    The cashflow is low on the moment so....it is a yearplan LOL.

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