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Imperial German Buckles.

Article about: Next, 3 buckles with identical bodies but with different makers/sellers on the tabs. This design is by far my favourite. Really classy feel IMO. Each buckle is finished differently, one galv

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    Quote by koppel71 View Post
    Hallo
    Zeige noch ein seltenes Preußenkoppelschloss mit Truppenstempel.
    Very, very nice

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    Meine anderen Sachsen.
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    Brilliant How many have unit markings?

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    Hi Chaps, I thought I'd post up my latest Prussian. I know it doesn't look much but this is a very rare buckle. It's a transitional type dating from 1915 when they were moving from 2 piece brass with a nickel centre to all steel & for a while made 2 piece steel buckles.
    What makes this rare is that it has a pewter roundal. Buckle makers experimented with all pewter buckles; but they failed as the metal was too soft & tore when used. Perhaps they were using up the roundals by attaching them to a steel body, who knows.

    Cheers,

    Richard.
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    3x Preußen 1x Württemberg
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    Great buckles Really like the Württemberg. Thanks for showing, Cheers, Richard.

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    koppel71, super buckles....i concur with DUJAILAH on the Wurttemburg one !

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    Sachsen G.H. Osang
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    Very, very nice

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    Good Day: I have a couple of Saxon buckles I wanted to share with you as I have found the information on this forum very interesting.
    The first buckle is dated Dresden 1913 H .Aurich and on the side shows the 100.R.
    The base appears to be metal with a copper crown. Most of the Saxon examples I have seen are the reverse.
    The second example is all metal with grey paint and in the inside in very small characters one can read G.H.Osang, Dresden, 1918.
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