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Heer buckle Wilhelm Binder

Article about: Hello. Especially for Ben, open a new topic. Are you Heer buckle Wilhelm Binder, Schwäbisch Gmünd. I think it is not very frequent in the list of manufacturers. The eagle looks very stern.

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    If you want to change the picture in your database.

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    I have often wondered and tried to decipher this symbol, as opposed to the seen makers marks that initialize their buckles ie; " GB " Gustav Brehmer "A" Assman and others.. The earlier Richard Sieper and Sohns used diamonds not unlike this... But of course with a different motif...G
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    I'd rather be A "RaD Man than a Mad Man "

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    Maybe it's something personal??? We hardly know the truth.

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    Quote by zeppelin View Post
    Maybe it's something personal??? We hardly know the truth.
    I agree... We may never know for sure... Still... A nice and unmistakable marking seldom seen IMO... I have not collected Heer buckle's for awhile unless a piece like yours would have crossed my path so to speak.
    Congrats again... !! G
    I'd rather be A "RaD Man than a Mad Man "

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    Thanks, its my pleasure good luck.

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    Quote by Gwar View Post
    I have often wondered and tried to decipher this symbol, as opposed to the seen makers marks that initialize their buckles ie; " GB " Gustav Brehmer "A" Assman and others.. The earlier Richard Sieper and Sohns used diamonds not unlike this... But of course with a different motif...G
    This is very interesting so I will try to do some research. It seems like Wilhelm Binder did silverware and then used what they called the "Floreat" trademark:
    Here is the symol with the word Floreat, so it seems like the symbol is some kind of "F"
    Heer buckle Wilhelm Binder

    Heer buckle Wilhelm Binder

    Scroll down and read, you maybe understand a little bit more then me about the symbol
    ASCAS Association of Small Collectors of Antique Silver - Newsletter #104

    And here is something, but I cant understand what the word "Floreat" means....
    Mikrolisk - The horological trade mark index

    EDIT: Floreat = Flourish in Latin... and it looks like Wilhelm liked flowers?
    Heer buckle Wilhelm Binder

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    Quote by Wewelsburg View Post
    This is very interesting so I will try to do some research. It seems like Wilhelm Binder did silverware and then used what they called the "Floreat" trademark:
    Here is the symol with the word Floreat, so it seems like the symbol is some kind of "F"
    Heer buckle Wilhelm Binder

    Scroll down and read, you maybe understand a little bit more then me about the symbol
    ASCAS Association of Small Collectors of Antique Silver - Newsletter #104
    Kenny, This extraordinary information is well done on your part.. Great detective work... G
    I'd rather be A "RaD Man than a Mad Man "

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    Thanks man, and I edited so I think we maybe can solve this thing!!

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    Quote by Wewelsburg View Post
    Thanks man, and I edited so I think we maybe can solve this thing!!
    I think we should start a new thread and not "Hijack" Zeps thread... Will that be "Okay" with you... I will post my example in a few minutes... Please post your information their if possible... Very good info !!
    I'd rather be A "RaD Man than a Mad Man "

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    Excellent work Kenny

    Quote by Wewelsburg View Post
    This is very interesting so I will try to do some research. It seems like Wilhelm Binder did silverware and then used what they called the "Floreat" trademark:
    Here is the symol with the word Floreat, so it seems like the symbol is some kind of "F"
    Heer buckle Wilhelm Binder

    Heer buckle Wilhelm Binder

    Scroll down and read, you maybe understand a little bit more then me about the symbol
    ASCAS Association of Small Collectors of Antique Silver - Newsletter #104

    And here is something, but I cant understand what the word "Floreat" means....
    Mikrolisk - The horological trade mark index

    EDIT: Floreat = Flourish in Latin... and it looks like Wilhelm liked flowers?
    Heer buckle Wilhelm Binder

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