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1st Pattern - Unusual Catch Variant

Article about: This unmarked, 1st pattern aluminum buckle recently popped up for sale. Unusual catch for sure . Overall condition very nice especially the front-side. If anyone has any insight into this va

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    This unmarked, 1st pattern aluminum buckle recently popped up for sale. Unusual catch for sure . Overall condition very nice especially the front-side. If anyone has any insight into this variant and a possible maker let me know

    Jeff
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    Jeff... Nice "Catch" hahhahahaa... Seriously though... How deep is the strike ?? G
    I'd rather be A "RaD Man than a Mad Man "

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    Great looking buckle with a rarely seen catch on an aluminum buckle.
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    A few other 1st pattern construction styles.
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    Kirby any Idea of maker ?? And I noticed your example has a raised area on the catch and Wellers is more flat.. Also there are tool markings on the prong bar of the Luft and none visible on yours... Just an observation....
    I'd rather be A "RaD Man than a Mad Man "

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    My phones is only letting me load one photo.
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    Not sure who the maker is but I see what you mean about the catch. The tips of the prongs also look different .

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    Nice buckle Jeff, I will have a look later through my 1st pattern data and see if any of the eagles match
    Ben

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    Thanks Ben and Kirby.

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    Kirby, any idea the maker of your RLB buckle with similar catch?

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