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Luftwaffe - Friedrich Turch #2

Article about: A two buckle Saturday, that's always a nice event. I paid a pretty penny for the 1st Luft - Turch, but found this 2nd one for much, much less recently. Here is the new one and I'll post some

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    A two buckle Saturday, that's always a nice event. I paid a pretty penny for the 1st Luft - Turch, but found this 2nd one for much, much less recently. Here is the new one and I'll post some pics of both soon, they are different which is a good thing

    Cheer.
    Jeff
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    Here are both Turch buckles. 1st one a 1935 pattern droop tail, 2nd buckle a 1938 pattern flared/swoop tale

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    Very nice brace Jeff
    Ben

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    Lucky man!....
    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 Ben, and I guess the "hen" now has two teeth!

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    Jeff, superb pairing !!!

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    You've got two nice looking royal Turchs there!

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    Thanks guys. Since Gwar recently bought every know and nice RAD buckle I had to switch brands...so far, so good! LOL

    Jeff

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    I decided that one of these Turch Lufts needed a nice belt. So, recently found this very nice LBA marked belt that arrived today. Took a bit of work to get a good pic of the maker: L Krumm-Langhardt Offenbach A Main - 1940.

    Anyone know what the D&C maker on the buckle catch matches up to?

    Jeff
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    Perhaps Dransfeld & Co. Nice set Jeff....Gwar

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