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Article about: Chaps We have early era fake thread so I will stick this one and we can use this to post any WW1 or Prussian fake buckles

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    We have early era fake thread so I will stick this one and we can use this to post any WW1 or Prussian fake buckles
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    Here you go, fake Prussian with OLT prongs and overpaint.
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    Default Fake 1847 Prussian.

    A fake 1847 pattern Prussian, apparently sold on eBay a few years ago. It seems like the one in Nash's book is fake also....
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    Hi,

    I'm new to the trade and was wondering whether anyone could confirm that this is (part) fake? For me, the tell-tell signs are the different metals used and absence of markings (except for the number "100" stamped on the belt). I'd appreciate any comments.

    Nick


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    Buckle is a fake, belt is a WW2 type would need more pics to say anything about that.
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    Thanks, Ben. Could anyone describe why it is a fake, so that I don't make the same mistake twice?

    Nick
    Last edited by 1nyro; 03-23-2014 at 03:14 AM.

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    Single solder hole with fold over tabs is a give away. (although there were apparently some buckles that had this form.) Prongs and catch all look wrong too....

    No maker mark is quite common on imperial buckles...

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