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Query about buckle in Nash?

Article about: I was reading this topic in WAF, B&N 43 Army buckle for review - Wehrmacht-Awards.com Militaria Forums which describes the buckle marked as fake in Nash page 446 as original. Anyone any

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    Default Query about buckle in Nash?

    I was reading this topic in WAF,

    B&N 43 Army buckle for review - Wehrmacht-Awards.com Militaria Forums

    which describes the buckle marked as fake in Nash page 446 as original.

    Anyone any thoughts on this?

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    Lenny there are mistakes in the Nash book and the Angolia but on the whole both are good books, the buckle is 1000% genuine and a typical Berge & Nolte buckle
    Ben

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    Cheers mate, just marking up the amendment in the book...

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    Here are a few Lenny, very distinct eagle on these buckles, quite easy to recognise
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    Ben

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    There is also a bit of info about Nolte in this thread

    http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/belt-b...profiles-5506/
    Ben

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    The prongs must have made Nash think it was a fake.

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    It's funny how the prongs are touted as a pointer to a fake, then a known maker has prongs similar.... Surely collectors had sussed that B&N did their prongs like this years ago, or is it just a recent discovery?

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    Asmann also did some prongs like that on some early buckles
    Ben

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