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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 Chaps, here's some highlights of my brass & nickel Prussian 1895's a promiced.

    This one has been laquered for parade purposes (I presume). Maker marked Sattler Jnnung, Berlin & dated 1914.
    I've included a postcard of a private of the 4th Guards R. (Konigin Augusta Garde-Grenadier Regiment) based in Berlin, wearing this type of buckle. The back of the card it noted "In rememerance of 21 April 1915" presumably the date he was killed in action.

    Cheers,

    Richard.
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  3. #52

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    VERY NICE!

    Rob

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    This one's got smaller roundal. I've been told it was used by cadets.
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  5. #54

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    This one is nicely stamped on the body to J.C. S & S - J.C. Schmal & Schultz, Wuppertal/Barman.
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  6. #55

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    Very cool....You don't see too many ww1 buckles with maker marks...especially clear logos like this one!

    Rob

  7. #56

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    Last one, early wartime economy 2 piece buckle all in brass with an intergral catch.

    Cheers,

    Richard.
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  8. #57

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    Hi Rob, glad you like them. Yeah, I can't remember seeing a Imperial buckle marked on the body. Very unusual, Cheers, Richard.

  9. #58

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    Hey Richard...Yes, you have a very nice and extensive collection! Always nice to see buckles like these.....and you have to keep in mind just how old these are!! Unreal!

    Rob

  10. #59

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    Hi Chaps, here's my steel 1916 pattern Prussian buckles. First up a painted example made by Sopalla, Gleiwitz (now in Poland), dated 1916.
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    Next one that looks galvanized marked Lieferungsverband, Sattler & Tapezier, Zurchmann? E???? (last 2 words very faint) dated 1917.
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