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    Pigeon head fake with Dr Franke tab

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    Heer Batman Fake
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    Two fake two piece buckles
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    Last edited by Ben Evans; 01-25-2015 at 12:43 PM.
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  5. #44

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    Hi Ben, could you explain why the Heer on post #3 is fake?

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    Quote by fallbarbarossa View Post
    Hi Ben, could you explain why the Heer on post #3 is fake?
    I know this is directed at Ben, and I don't mean to offend anyone by answering, but the buckle in post #3 is a cast fake. It's sold on several reenacting websites as a reproduction, but it's also widely sold as real. It's cast from an original buckle, so it's harder to spot than most fakes, and requires a 'gut feeling' more than anything else.

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    Quote by Erno View Post
    I know this is directed at Ben, and I don't mean to offend anyone by answering, but the buckle in post #3 is a cast fake. It's sold on several reenacting websites as a reproduction, but it's also widely sold as real. It's cast from an original buckle, so it's harder to spot than most fakes, and requires a 'gut feeling' more than anything else.
    It was directed at Ben, but I personally don't mind anyone answering! Thanks Erno.

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    Ben, are you sure that the first buckle in post #43 is a fake?

  9. #48

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    Could be a Overhoff buckle, need better pics of the eagle really
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    another "Pigeon Head" fake one - J.F.S. marking:

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    From an internet auction; listed as original and priced at $79.99 plus shipping.

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