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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 AntonEbans View Post
    leej11,

    I especially like the unit marked leather tab.

    Me too

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    Thanks Richard Alot has been added since I last had a look. You got some nice buckes there

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    Gentlemen;

    What are your thoughts on this one. I'm not really sure on this one.

    Anton








    Thanks in advance!

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    Hello Anton,

    Richard and Steve are really your guys for these Imperial buckles, but this appears to be a good model 1895 Prussian to me.

    Best,
    Adam

  6. #315

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    Hi anton, I agree with Adam. It looks O.K. to me, cheers, Richard.

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    Anton, I totally agree with Adam & Richard, nothing wrong with that one, a good buckle !
    Prost ! Steve.
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    Thank you Gentlemen. I had no doubts about the face, but some of the oxidation on the rear had me a little concerned. Some of it appears like oxidation you would find when leather is present.

    Anton

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    Hi Anton, you can see it's been worn on a belt for some time. The back is exactly what I would to see on a good honest buckle. Plenty of character, Cheers, Richard.

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    Hi Chaps, it's a while since I've posted on this thread so I thought I'd add my latest, some unit marked Saxons.

    The first one is a M95 marked on the leather 134R (10th Saxony R.) based in Pladen. It matches an M16 marked in the same way posted earlier in the thread. So they're brothers I suppose!!!

    QUESTION: - Why marked on the leather tab & not on the body as is usual with other Saxon buckles?
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    The next one is a M95 made by G.H. Osang & unit marked 139.R. 5 (3 cancelled by over stamping with a 5 & J) C. II. 11th Saxon R. based in Dobeln.

    QUESTION: - What does the C stand for? I thought it was company; but that should be K in German. Anybody know?

    Cheers,

    Richard.
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