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Hj kh 45

Article about: KH 45 would be Cramer & Dornbach, Lüdenscheid as per the M4 codes. Also what is interesting are the prongs, for me very typical of Berge & Nolte or early Assmann. I wonder of a bit o

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    Friends, your opinion on the buckle.Click image for larger version. 

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    Looks like a good buckle, any better pics of the markings?
    Ben

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    Thank You Ben. Give another photo.Click image for larger version. 

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    +1Click image for larger version. 

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    Friends, it is important that any opinions.

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    It looks fine to me.

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    Who is the manufacturer?

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    The maker is Cramer & Dornbach, Lüdenscheid.

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    May be more opinions?

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    It looks good to me!...
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