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Early Luft - Friedrich Turch

Article about: Been waiting all week for this one to arrive. My 1st early aluminum based Luftwaffe buckle. Maker is on the scare side I believe. Cheers, Jeff

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    Jeff, you can view the Nash book online for free, if you're interested in reading it in that format. I'll give you the link if you'd like.
    Where? Is there a link?

    thanks!

    Michael
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    Where? Is there a link?

    thanks!

    Michael
    Yup! Right here:

    (2003) German Belt Buckles 1845-1945: Buckles of the Enlisted Ranks with Values

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    Rare and nice buckle
    Best Regards
    Iván

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    Thanks Ivan

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    Thanks! I think I'll save up and buy the book. This is a killer on the eyes!!

    Michael
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    "Don't tell me these are investments if you never intend to sell anything" (Quote: Wife)

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    I recently found this nicely marked early Luft belt - 1937. LBA mark is there but worn. Matched up nicely with the 1st pattern Turch buckle
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    Nice match Jeff, And with the Schmolle & Comp. logo on the hook !!
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    Makes a nice set. Someone may be able to tell you what the unit markings mean. Luftwaffe is tougher an Heer.

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    I think 'Garment Depot Brunn' - ( Brno) Czech.

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    Very nice Jeff, the age of the belt matches the buckle, good combination
    Ben

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