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HJ Members Belt Buckle - fake??

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    Is this buckle a fake? I think it may be because even through the thick corrosion I can't really see any manufacturing marks. However, there are what appears to be two circle marks but nothing that I could say looks like an original example from other threads.

    Casey ~

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    Casey, from the pics looks ok, have you got a full rear picture please? The eagle is quite distinct and the lads that collect these will probably give you a maker fairly quickly, have a trawl through the HJ makers thread and compare the eagles, I have not the time at the mo.

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    Ben

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    As Ben comments, a nice close-up photo of the back of the buckle would be helpful. Looks like an M4/27 - Overhoff & Cie. Look at the 2nd buckle in Post #5 in the HJ maker thread:

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    Quote by weller View Post
    As Ben comments, a nice close-up photo of the back of the buckle would be helpful. Looks like an M4/27 - Overhoff & Cie. Look at the 2nd buckle in Post #5 in the HJ maker thread:

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    I tend to agree with Weller... O.L.C.
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    Here is another example. But these ears are straight.. ??
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    I'll get a photo of the full back for everyone to view. How should I best clean the buckle up so it does not rust further?

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    Quote by cjmpaintings View Post
    I'll get a photo of the full back for everyone to view. How should I best clean the buckle up so it does not rust further?

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    Casey... I personally would leave it "AS IS"... It adds to the provenance and value.. As coin collectors do not clean their coins.. I would highly recommend not to delve into this process... JMO of course.. Nice find !!
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    Here are two better photos.

    Casey ~

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    Casey, the buckle looks fine.

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