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Nice condition original Heer buckle?.

Article about: Received the Heer buckle today , the buckle is magnetic but the roundel isn't , no Assman marks sadly , it just looks too pristine to be original! , is it correct being outer magnetic but no

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    Received the Heer buckle today , the buckle is magnetic but the roundel isn't , no Assman marks sadly , it just looks too pristine to be original! , is it correct being outer magnetic but not the roundel?. As i have a feeling the roundel is made of zinc and the outer is steel?. It is just clean as a whistle.

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    Jim, dont panic mate, there are pristine buckles out there, clean as a whistle as you say
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    Very nice buckles Ben , thanks for putting my mind at ease mate , i'm sure the magnetic and non magnetic elements to the buckle must be correct then. Cheers again Ben.

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    Hello,

    it's a later produced buckle with steel box and zinc roundel .

    Also exist Alu boxes with zinc or steel roundels .

    In compared not so often seen then normaly complet alu or zinc .

    Very nice condition .........
    Regards ,
    Markus


    I'm searching for
    Buckles 3.Reich

    special SA/NSKK/NSFK with maker marks


    Link to my collection : http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/album.php?albumid=1175



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    A very nice buckle but $55 for shipping is a rip off. A flat rate international box is around $27.00 I have sent lots of them. I sent a buckle to the UK in a padded envelope a few months and it cost $12.75. It get expensive to ship international if the package is over 4 pounds.

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    fantasticum condesione.

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    Thanks for the comments chaps , yellow12 i really appreciate you explaining about the various metals used in the construction of the buckle and now i also know it is a late war example , i am learning all the time and that information is great to know , many thanks.

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