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R.s.s. Buckle

Article about: by DUJAILAH A nice late date for a alu one. Cheers, Richard. Could not agree more, rare buckle in that condition anyway but to find a nice 1940 Aluminium one, very nice

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    Hi Ben & all, Here's an 1938 R.S.S. buckle I picked up a while back.
    I know it's a bit worn; but I like the feel of one with a bit of service under it's belt!! Excuse the pun
    As well as the wear to the front, the inside is also worn where the belt hook has rubbed it during use.
    I must admit I've got a bit of a soft spot for R.S.S. buckles as my first ever belt & buckle I bought for 10 in 1980 (aged 14) was an R.S.S. dated 1936. Wish I still had it

    More pics to follow,

    Cheers,

    Richard.
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    More pics.
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    Nice been there buckle Richard
    Ben

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    Cheers Ben.

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    Lets hope you get your new RS&S addition to your collection
    Ben

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    Fingers crossed!!

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    Nicely worn for sure. I too have a preference for the used (not abused) rather than mint. Easier on the pocket book too!

    Rob

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    Hi Rob, I like the mint ones as well; but I would never ignore one with good honest use. They have the feel of a real bit of history.

    Cheers,

    Richard.

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    Heh heh heh....Don't get me wrong...I like the mint ones too. I collect 'em all!
    Just seem to like those worn pieces "a little" bit more. But mint is nice too!


    Rob
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    Hi Rob, I couldn't agree more. Nice buckle by the way A nice late date for a alu one. Cheers, Richard.

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