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    I recently was able to increase my number of Heer steel buckles. These are the recent arrivals. From left to right in the group shot: 1. Hermann Aurich, Dresden. 2. Ernst Schneider Lüdenscheid 3. G.H. Osang, Dresden (belt is maker marked Richard Ehrhardt, Pössneck).

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    Todd
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    Very very nice Todd. Of course you need a nice collection of buckles to put on all those tunics
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    Very very nice Todd. Of course you need a nice collection of buckles to put on all those tunics
    Thanks! I do, but the overwhelming majority were aluminum. Now it's still majority aluminum but the balance of alum. vs. steel is a bit better. Collector OCD or file under "justifications we make to ourselves to buy more stuff".
    Todd
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    Three nice buckles and to boot three of the harder makers to get hold of, very nice indeed
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    They all look like keepers.������

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    Hello,
    Two almost new and one full of character....congrats they're very nice
    Belts seem to be nice as well...
    Thanks for sharing
    Thanks
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    Quote by JPhilip View Post
    Hello,
    Two almost new and one full of character....congrats they're very nice
    Belts seem to be nice as well...
    Thanks for sharing
    Thanks
    Thank-you sir. Yes, the H. Aurich buckle and belt seem to be barely worn (if at all, could just be storage/age) and the E. Schneider buckle with tab is completely unworn but showing a few small storage scuffs.
    The G.H. Osang buckle with Richard Ehrhardt belt is a bit salty and I love that too. A piece that was actually worn quite a bit and was witness to history.
    Todd
    Former U.S. Army Tanker.
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