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First German Buckle (relic)

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    Hello so today after a very long time i went to the flea market
    First thing that got my attention was this belt buckle and i bought it
    I think it's original but i also want an expert's opinion
    It is repainted

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    Looks like an honest Heer example, i'd be tempted to strip that paint off it though!..
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



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    thank you Gunny!!
    i really dont know if i want to mess with it :P i will see

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    Indeed that's your choice, but i think it'd look better without a layer of modern paint!...
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



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    hehe ok i will try to get it out

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    Original buckle that has been repainted
    Ben

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    Quote by Ben Evans View Post
    Original buckle that has been repainted
    Thank you Ben can we find the maker?
    i can post better pictures if needed

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    Judging by the pitting etc. it's a repainted relic indeed, strip the paint and you'll have a nice displayable relic buckle

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    From the eagle I was thinking Schmole & Comp, Menden but very hard to place in that condition, have a look around the catch for what looks like a Xmas tree, the prongs may have been replaced at some point also.
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    i can't see any marks there Ben i will try to remove paint and then do the "Lemon juice method" for rust and then hopefully i see if there's any mark

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