Article about: this seventh buckle is an HJ 2 piece buckle which is maker marked for Overhoff and B&N. markings are RZM 36 and RZM M/4/27. the Overhoff mark appears to have been added secondarily. This
this third buckle has an Overhoff eagle and has the full text Overhoff this buckle is also marked
"1.1 m/m " on side of buckle and I am assuming that it was marked on the sheet material that the buckles were made of (probably nickel silver sheet thickness)
this sixth buckle is marked A ges gesch A&S and RZM KH 28. The A and A&S have been factory ground off, but are still slightly visible. The eagle on this buckle is PuC for sure.. so why the Assmann marks and why does it appear that the PuC markings were secondarily applied?