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    Just got in a nice 1915 dated Prussian 2 piece, grey painted steel. I've never seen 2 piece steel buckles, was this a transitional before all steel construction?
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    Great buckle with a wonderful stamp!

    Rob

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    Hi Lenny, yeah they were a transition between the brass & the single piece steel. I've only seen them dated 1915. They're not that common. There are a few in the main thread, cheers, Richard.

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    Hi Lenny, check this. Not steel; but 2 piece 1915.

    Imperial German Buckles.

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    a 2 piece steel - #68 Imperial German Buckles.
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    Very nice buckle mate!...
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    Cracking set Lenny with great markings
    Ben

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    Quote by DUJAILAH View Post
    Hi Lenny, check this. Not steel; but 2 piece 1915.

    Imperial German Buckles.

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    a 2 piece steel - #68 Imperial German Buckles.
    Nice buckles of yours in those posts, I'm thinking mine has a pewter roundel like yours, similar construction. Happy with it..

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    Thanks Lenny. That's good news about your buckle. I did wonder; but it's difficult to tell from the pics. You can only tell by handling the buckle. Typically 1915 production & a very good find

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    Quote by DUJAILAH View Post
    Thanks Lenny. That's good news about your buckle. I did wonder; but it's difficult to tell from the pics. You can only tell by handling the buckle. Typically 1915 production & a very good find
    Well, I thought it was pewter, but didn't know they used pewter just for the roundel. I've seen the completely pewter buckles (would love one) but never just pewter roundel. At first thought it was grey paint like te remnants on the buckle, but it's not. Chuffed with it, now to find a complete pewter one...

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    They did do one's with a steel body & a pewter roundel. Here's mine. Another variant! So many; but without them collecting would be boring lol
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