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It has arrived! My "bling" HJ buckle and original wrapping paper

Article about: Christmas came early this year Thanks John and Eagle Relics ! Best, Jan

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    Thanks Ben, right now (and with this great buckle in hand) I feel like being in the University of WRF and it feels great. Learning all the time

    Best,

    Jan

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    Well, it's nice to make someone happy Wish I could get more, but alas, few and far between, although i am off to kassel at the end of the month, so you never know what will turn up
    Thanks jan, so glad it arrived OK

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    Everything was more than Ok, "ammobox wrapping" and all. My 19 year old daughter loves it too so I guess she will inherit it one day

    Best,

    Jan

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    Dear Jan

    A lovely buckle - of course and congratulations on a superb acquisition to your collection.

    You may though wish to start a "paper trail" question about this buckle by the numbering of the RZM tax labels attached. Without wishing to breach the integrity of yours, a few of us have similar buckles and at times, we have compared the production numbers.

    I wonder how the production numbering correlates ?

    Again, congratulations on securing an iconic HJ buckle.

    My example was handed over personally by Helmut Weitze in Hamburg and I remember to this day that he gave me some change to "have a coffee". My forelock was well and truly tugged. Happy Days!

    Regards,

    David

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    good.

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    Actually I have just started doing that. Provinence is everything and in this case the trail seems traceable. I really want this item to "live on" in collections in the future. Still I need all the help I can get!

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    Jan
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    Dear Jan

    A lovely buckle - of course and congratulations on a superb acquisition to your collection.

    You may though wish to start a "paper trail" question about this buckle by the numbering of the RZM tax labels attached. Without wishing to breach the integrity of yours, a few of us have similar buckles and at times, we have compared the production numbers.

    I wonder how the production numbering correlates ?

    Again, congratulations on securing an iconic HJ buckle.

    My example was handed over personally by Helmut Weitze in Hamburg and I remember to this day that he gave me some change to "have a coffee". My forelock was well and truly tugged. Happy Days!

    Regards,

    David

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    A beauty.

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    The example I hold as "104912".

    Regards,

    David
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    Nice unissued buckle just goes to show you what is out there. timothy

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    Just read this thread , for one that is an outstanding buckle , and two i can't get over that picture of a bundle of them mint in original wrapper with tags. (Amazing). Great thread.

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