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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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    Thank you for answer, I thought that "step" which i marked has only 1847-1895 buckles..., I refer to - hessen

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  3. #622


    This heavily damaged hessian buckle is indeed a pre 1895 model whiwh was used with the 50mm leather belt

    In this condition, this buckle is not collectable as such, but as a combat item found in the field, in my humble opinion of buckle collector

    Hessian 50mm buckles are difficult to find nowadays, and even the 1895 types are scarce, especially the nickel silver version used by IR 115

  4. #623


    crumpled buckle is difficult to measure accurately. buckle is made of iron or brass? metal after 1915. 1847 - 1895 only brass, nickel silver. sizes 1847-95. 43 x 63 mm 38 x 70 mm 52 x 64 mm

  5. #624


    I left some mud and made a picture, it looks like rust Buckle is made of brass

  6. #625


    Yes buckle 1847 - 1895. Sorry. I bad considered photo.
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  7. #626


    Hi guys,

    I bought this buckle a while ago.
    It's steel and unmarked. Not much paint remaining.
    I like these steel buckles a lot, even in this worn condition :-)


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  8. #627

    Default 1916 Buckle

    Howdy guys, new to the forum. A really great and active forum, for sure. I picked this one up some years back, looks like a good one to me. But after seeing a lot of threads about fakes of all kinds I thought I'd post and see what the more experienced folks think.

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  9. #628


    original buckle M16 with leather support tab

  10. #629


    Thanks maxrsx, since it was an old Ebay purchase just wanted to make sure.

  11. #630


    Your opinions.
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