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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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    Hi steve, it sounds great. I'll look forward to the photos, cheers, Richard.


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    Very nice buckle, Richard... I saw this one on ebay as well but completely neglected to see the maker mark. Any ideas yet on who JAD was? I had also not seen one of these with this black paint before. Again, very nice

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    Adam

  4. #213

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    Thanks Adam. Still no idea who JAD. Can't find a maker to match. The D might be Dresden; but I'm just guessing, Cheers, Richard.

  5. #214

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    Great thread guys
    Some really impressive buckles being displayed.
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    Kaiserliche Marine M16
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  7. #216

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    koppel71, outstanding rare buckle ! thanks for showing.....I must get some more buckles in my collection, in the past ive only bought them as complete belt and buckle sets to complete mannaquin displays.
    Prost ! Steve.
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    A great piece! I have one but without the tab. A rare example and testmony to continued use of brown leather despite the late 1915 order to dye leather black.

  9. #218

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    Great buckle Very rare. One I'm still looking for myself, Cheers, Richard.

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    Quote by habicht View Post
    A great piece! I have one but without the tab. A rare example and testmony to continued use of brown leather despite the late 1915 order to dye leather black.
    Hi Habicht, I don't think tabs were ever blackened as when they were being worn they couldn't be seen. Also dying would have added to production costs. It was cheaper to leave the leather natural coloured, Cheers, Richard.

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    The Belt to the Buckle is stampet Rich.Möller Elberfeld 1916
    to fix to in 3 long,s
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