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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

  1. #521

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    Very nice buckle Are the body & the roundel both magnetic?

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  3. #522

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    Quote by DUJAILAH View Post
    Very nice buckle Are the body & the roundel both magnetic?
    I don't have it in hand yet. I'll test that when I do.

    But does it look good otherwise?

  4. #523

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    It looks like a classic pewter Saxon of 1915, no problems with it. Have a look back in the thread for mine. I've not seen a painted one before; but I'm sure it's original & logical they would do that. It may be a steel body with a pewter roundel. The pewter bodies were weak & the metal tore, so it seems they used up the roundels on steel bodies. Be interesting to see what its like when you get it.

  5. #524

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    Turns out the roundel is magnetic too, so its completely steel.

  6. #525

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    Shame, still rare buckle though

  7. #526
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    Roundel solder brass. I wonder why? I did replace the missing-catch,prongs, post sleeve
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  8. #527

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    No idea why brass solder, unusual.

  9. #528
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    and even more than usual medallion seems to me.

  10. #529
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    This prong set-up was not used before 1916, so this can't be correct.

    Chip

  11. #530
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    Yes this prong set-up was not used before 1916. I repeat the missing detail I made myself (catch,prongs,post sleeve).

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