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First German Buckle (relic)

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    lemon juice should be no problem for you.lol.

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  3. #22

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    Quote by harryamb2 View Post
    lemon juice should be no problem for you.lol.
    Indeed so Harry not a problem in Greece!....
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



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    i don't know if you can see (probably not) it but i got most of the paint out and know i have deep it into lemon juice i will post final results tomorrow



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    So this is the best i can get from it :P maybe i will repeat the process again next week this is all i can do for now Click image for larger version. 

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    after soaking it into lemon juice for another 3 hours i worked on it again with some sandpaper here are final results maker still not visible


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  7. #26

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    Look at the size of the pin head, I would say it is RODO
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  8. #27

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    Comparing it to some previous pictures of a Rodo buckle that you had uploaded in this thread i will agree that is rodo.Letters look exactly the same
    Also the prongs are attached to a brass piece ....could this be from a bullet case? i assume it is field repaired cause it was found buried in the battlefield

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    This is the pins head, very large and very typical of RODO, also have a read of this thread, it will help you with terminology

    http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/belt-b...ls-fakes-5102/
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    Other RODO for example A Heer buckle
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    Ss rodo
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