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Hitle Youth belt(unknown buckle maker)for opinions

Article about: Hello, This is a second HJ belt I've been offered similar wear as the last one I posted. I can't spot a maker on this one, as it is unmarked. Interesting coloring to the reverse... Again, ma

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    Hello,

    This is a second HJ belt I've been offered similar wear as the last one I posted. I can't spot a maker on this one, as it is unmarked. Interesting coloring to the reverse...

    Again, many thanks for any opinions...

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    Last edited by avenger; 11-11-2015 at 01:52 AM.
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    Looks like an unmarked M4/103 Rudolf Schanes - nice buckle.

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    nice set.

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    Moved to the Hitler Youth buckle forum where you are likely to receive more responses
    BOB

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    Ooops. Sorry Bob! I missed that forum and just used what other posts from searches had used.
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    Thanks for the replies guys! I found this one interesting as it seems a bit more crude of an eagle than many of the others.
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    There were a few others that didn't use the prong sleeve... Nice buckle !! G
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    With the help on maker ID's (thank you again!), this looks to be the rarer of the two belts/buckles I posted. I think it's in a little better shape too. Such an interesting design, it may be the better one to go with.... Both are supposed to have their original belts too. They were found in a collection tin in a house in Austria recently, the story goes. The seller was also selling the tin.
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    Quote by avenger View Post
    With the help on maker ID's (thank you again!), this looks to be the rarer of the two belts/buckles I posted. I think it's in a little better shape too. Such an interesting design, it may be the better one to go with.... Both are supposed to have their original belts too. They were found in a collection tin in a house in Austria recently, the story goes. The seller was also selling the tin.
    I would think this example is more desirable... IMO If you can get a good price... Go for it !! G
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    Quote by weller View Post
    Looks like an unmarked M4/103 Rudolf Schanes - nice buckle.
    Recently on a European dealers site an unmarked Schanes like this was going to 130 Euros. Price a bit high but an early buckle not often seen for sale.

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