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Unknown German Buckle

Article about: I recently stumbled apon a bunker near a town in Vilseck, Germany. And found around 130 belt buckles. Here is a picture one of the belt buckle all were same design. I have no clue about this

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    Question Unknown German Buckle

    I recently stumbled apon a bunker near a town in Vilseck, Germany. And found around 130 belt buckles. Here is a picture one of the belt buckle all were same design. I have no clue about this belt buckle....p.s. it's my first post Click image for larger version. 

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    Hello mate and welcome to the forum, the buckle is an original Heer and from the size of the pin head it could have been made by the maker RODO, I will have a closer look and try and let you know
    Ben

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    Have a look at this thread, your buckle is a RODO, look at the spike in the wings and large pin head

    http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/belt-b...ch/rodo-29938/
    Ben

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    Thanks Ben! Wow this forum rocks, I gotta find more bunkers around here.

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    Quote by Historyguru View Post
    Thanks Ben! Wow this forum rocks, I gotta find more bunkers around here.
    Sorry I should have mentioned RODO is the maker Robert Dold Offenberg. I pressume all the buckles are by the same maker and in the same condition?
    Ben

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    Quote by Ben Evans View Post
    Sorry I should have mentioned RODO is the maker Robert Dold Offenberg. I pressume all the buckles are by the same maker and in the same condition?
    Yes, some of the buckles are in bad shape but you can still make out the icon and lettering. I have helmets that are in really bad shape (weather erode and years) found in the same bunker.

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    Many thanks, that is alot of rusty buckles lol

    Grusse
    Ben

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    It's all good, I got to learn something

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    Have a look at this thread if you are new to buckles, it might give you a insight into buckles, also have a look through the M4 makers list thread, again alot of variation of buckles to look at, same goes really for all the fixed threads

    http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/belt-b...ls-fakes-5102/
    Ben

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    Wow - 130 !

    That is a lot of buckles - really great find.........!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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