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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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    Default Early Luft - Friedrich Turch

    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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    Lakeside trader ? Paul & Nathan Hogle ?? He said he couldn't place the maker, But I noticed
    it was a Turch... Nice find Jeff !! And in great condition. G

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    Thanks G...yep that's the one. I knew it was a Turch only because I'd seen the cool maker mark elsewhere. I did not see this maker in the Angolia book, does Nash book have it?

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    I don't believe so.. I only know because Ben Evans had helped me before on a buckle with
    the same MM (maker mark),, Now, don't quote me on that as far as Nash's book as I am in
    New York city right now and no other reference materials as far as Nash's book is not with me.
    Nonetheless a very good find IMO..G

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    I need to get the Nash book for sure. Thanks G...

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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.

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    Nice buckle buckle Jeff and a hard maker to get hold of full stop, the Luft buckles are like hens teeth, glad you bought it in the end
    Ben

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    Cool buckle!....
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



    I'm Spartacus, not really i'm Paul!...

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    Thanks guys, and I knew it was a Turch right off based on some info in the threads here...great info . Thanks Ben for confirming before I picked it off.
    Jeff

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    great looking buckle

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