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Unmarked Heer Buckle

Article about: Greeting to all, as a new member here! Annoyed from this ads?   Would appreciate any thoughts as far as the maker of this unmarked Heer buckle in steel. Well worn and looks to be a comb

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    Greeting to all, as a new member here!

    Would appreciate any thoughts as far as the maker of this unmarked Heer buckle in steel. Well worn and looks to be a combat veteran. About 35% of what looks to be the original green paint remains. Someone also had a go at defacing/removing the swastika. From looking at the reference threads and photographs within this forum I'm thinking that Bernhard Haarmann of Lüdenscheid is a possibility but looking for the experts' opinions here. Tried to take some pics to show adequate detail. Any thoughts or opinions would be greatly appreciated ......

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    I believe the maker might be C.W. Motz.

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    been denazified.shame.

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    Quote by Erno View Post
    I believe the maker might be C.W. Motz.
    Try again, look at the rear, the catch and the ears, you have seen these buckles lots of times before, especially the ears, it will give you the maker
    Ben

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    Hello mate and welcome to the forum, nice original buckle which has sadly been de nazified, this buckle here will tell you who made your buckle (This is for Erno to learn )
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    Quote by Ben Evans View Post
    Try again, look at the rear, the catch and the ears, you have seen these buckles lots of times before, especially the ears, it will give you the maker
    Schmöle & Comp.? I thought of that at first, but all of those I've seen were marked. The eagle looks almost the same on Schmöle, Motz and Maedicke.

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    Quote by Ben Evans View Post
    Hello mate and welcome to the forum, nice original buckle which has sadly been de nazified, this buckle here will tell you who made your buckle (This is for Erno to learn )
    Ohhh, that is surprising! The eagle looks strange for an Overhoff, but it makes more sense from the back.

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    Quote by Erno View Post
    Ohhh, that is surprising! The eagle looks strange for an Overhoff, but it makes more sense from the back.
    Ben

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    Just for reference
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    Thanks for the welcome and the responses regarding the buckle. Much appreciated!

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