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Right facing eagle early buckles

Article about: My last words about this "buckle": It´s not made in germany! Any belt-buckle producers ass would be kicked if he had made this shame! Gruß Max

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    Andrea
    PS are you interested on my "HOMEMADE" ss visual review databank? If so next months I can send to you, some "first production" on it...let me know
    Andrea, you are doing well on the research front my friend, nice to see guys doing some "homework" Mate you also do well on the buckle front, you must have too many Euros spare lol. I would be interested in a copy of your SS database Andrea, it will be good reading I would imagine

    Ben

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    Ben "stay relax"

    I planned from moths to send to you a copy of my personal "database", when I'll be ready for it, I'll contact you by mail for your address Mate !
    (I hope that you correct my mistakes also !!!)
    Form the moment it's a really beta version and 'cause I've to decountour many pics : it's a kind of photgraphical review on SS buckle with many comments of the Mates on this specific argument and the new step (when I finished) it'll be a review of the RIGHT FACING Bs naturally

    Cheers
    Andrea

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    Good one Andreas
    Ben

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    Hi Guys,

    on this new one bargain acquisition, directly from CG, we can see a rare early right facing type 3 variation from R.S. & S (or an Hence tooth as Ben usually says :-D ).

    Actually, R.S. & S. buckles are the only right facing one piece molded buckles known.

    Type 1 is the “silver” one presented on Angolia book (pag. 74, revised ed.) and from Planet recently on this forum () with double marks under prongs bar.

    Type 2 is a green variation with double marks under prongs bar (as Riccardo Ferrari showing on this forum in the past and on WAF forum too: a real mint green painted beauty).

    Type 3 is also a green variation, but single molded mark under prongs bar as you can see below.
    No beak variation on type 3, but unfortunately a little “mechanical-historical punch” on aluminium roundel.

    With this beauty, my personal classification on the right facing heer buckles, rise up to 37 rare types and variations.

    Grusse

    Andrea
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    Just for resume,

    two pics of all the right facing roundels found 'till now.

    Grusse

    Andrea
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    Very nice collection Something new to add?
    Kenny

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    Unfortunaltely is not mine but never seen before this right facing roundel

    Cheers

    Andrea

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