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DJ RZM 61 and KH27

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    As you , my friends, my new buckles.


    Ben, such database is not found, can supply.Click image for larger version. 

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    Yes please two nice and hard to find buckles
    Ben

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    My favorite style youth buckle.

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ID:	735531Found a more pleasant state RZM 61 - Ossenberg - Engels

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    Yes that is correct, M1 Ossenberg-Engels, Islerlohn. Is the RZM double stamped? And quite a different way having it that way. Nice buckle with a hard to come by maker, again can you post in the DJ makers thread please?

    Cheers

    Ben
    Ben

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    Yes, Ben, of course place.Click image for larger version. 

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    Very nice buckles.

    A lot of people would see the prongs and think it's fake.

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    круто милитарияClick image for larger version. 

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ID:	736100Ben, thank you. You are a great teacher.

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    I really hate to be the "Spectre at the Feast" here chaps, however during all the years of my collecting, never before have I seen any buckle with such a style of RZM, such a positioning and half hearted stamping of the mark and last, however not least - 61?

    Ossenberg or Offenberg -Engels from Iserlohn who possibly employed the conjoined OE logo?

    Very strange markings in all respects I think (to include also odd ears to the buckle box and also the pin shroud and claws), however and with all due respect, perhaps needing a tad more research.

    Regards,

    David

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ID:	736198David, thank you. Here is a photo of the hallmarks of the first buckle.
    Do you think that both of the buckle is a fake?

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