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Sleepwalker, welcome to the Imperial sub section of the forum, great set of buckles shown,

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    Default Re: Imperial German Buckles.

    Sleepwalker, welcome to the Imperial sub section of the forum, great set of buckles shown, I am sure there will be more comments by some of our Imperial buckle collector members !
    Prost ! Steve.

    "The German Army is the perfectly adapted, perfectly running Machine. The difference is that the Germans are organised with a view to War...with the cold, hard, practical and business-like purpose of winning victories."
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    a Württemberg M95/14 out of 1916, unknow maker. zinc-plated steal body and alpaca Medallion.
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    and now a saxon M1866 (format like the Prussian M1847, but introduced in 1866)

    very rare alpaca version with brass medallion. hallmark "Scholz" and Unitstamp 12.P.3.C.II = Königlich Sächsiches Pionierbataillon Nr.12, 3. Compagnie, II Garnitur.

    In order of the "Bekleidungsvorschrift 2.Teil / Königreich Sachsen" from 1893
    only the pioneer and the chaser units wore alpaca Buckles (later more units gets alpaca buckles...but this are the M95)
    This buckles in the origin not have a leather-tap (...you can read in the Bekleidungsvorschrift)
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    here a scare Modell 1889 of the "Leibriemenschloss für Marineinfanterie und die Schutztruppen in Afrika" (buckle for the marines and the protectionforce in Afrika)

    so called "2.Modell" with flat crown
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    an M95 marines an protectionforce buckle with riveted leather-tap.
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    another M95 for the marines and protectionforce
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    rare saxon pewter buckle Modell 1895/14 out of 1915 (were made 1914 and 1915) by Aurich.

    Unit stamp: 177R = Königlich Sächsisches 12. Infanterie-Regiment Nr.177
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    here a very rare buckle of the saxon IR 108. Version out of zinc-coted steal parts.
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    hessian M1895
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    Württemberg M1895
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