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Wehrmacht Heer buckle

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    Default Wehrmacht Heer buckle

    dug out kurland rare type in kurland battle
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    I do not know who has this buckle?
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    The first buckle is a crank catch buckle made by Hermann Aurich, the second buckle is a Turnerbund buckle made by Berge & Notle converted into a Heer buckle, here is one for example
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    Ben

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    second buckle not wermaht...

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    Quote by kurland kessel View Post
    second buckle not wermaht...
    aaa ok...super...rare?

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    It's spelled Wehrmacht.

    Anyway, a nice find! You should try to polishing it.

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    Yes its is, a very early conversion from Turnerbund to Heer, not rare but hard to come by, here is another by another maker called Hugo Schneider, they made the Turnerbund buckle not sure who did the conversion
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    Ben

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    thanks friend....

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    Your always welcome
    Ben

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