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Right facing Heer buckle.

Article about: The postman dropped off this nice right facing Heer buckle today. It has a different eagle than my other right facing dress buckles. You can see the eagle is smaller.

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    Lovely buckles, would love a right facing.... :-)

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    If you come across one you need to snap it up, these are getting hard to find.

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    Great find Kirby, I love right facing at all! ;-)

    You find an ASMANN type 5 variant (first buckle of your pics), 'till now I've classified 5 types of this producer, the others 2 are still unknown maker and very hard to find!!!;-)

    Also Rob showing very great buckles: 2 Assman and a high desirable unknown maker 40mm variant (only 3 types of this variant are known for now!)

    Cheers Mates
    Andrea

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    Are you saying there are 5 variations of the four tab buckle or Assmann produced 5 different patterns?

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    Hi Kirby,

    here we go: differences that I've noticed are not only in roundels but also in rear of the buckles/"soldering-clipping" logo mode.

    so from top to bottom type_1 to type_5+ roundels at the end ;-)

    Andrea
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    Some great looking buckles, thanks for the additional info.

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    Andreas, is this from observation or do you have documented evidence that all these are Assmann made? I can see where you are coming from, the lettering is much the same, look at the G on Gott, also on the last buckle shown the OLT type prongs ends are typical of early Assmann
    Ben

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    Hi Ben ,
    you perfectly right Mate!
    But as I wrote to you many months ago, I've based the Assman factory evidence on Peter Nashs book (2003 ed., page 119); they present the same roundel similarities (i.e. numbers of straight lines between letters T and M of the roundel motto), so at the moment I've not other proves to say that these buckles are not Assman made...

    grusse
    Andrea ;-)

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    PS Ben, do you mean OLC or OLT prongs end?

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    The OLT prongs mate, have a look, they have been mistaken for the OLT prongs before or the early Berge & Nolte prongs

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    Ben

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