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Early SA by Assmann

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    Default Early SA by Assmann

    Hi.
    Hope that is interesting buckle.
    Yury
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    Default Re: Early SA by Assmann

    A very nice buckle. I don't remember seeing a horizontal swastika type with RZM marking. Kirby

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    Yes, the RZM is curious.

    There are several fantastic buckle Experts within the forum
    who will give you their thoughts on it.

    It is out of my area........





    Regards, Steve.

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    Default Re: Early SA by Assmann

    hello

    nice one !

    see there :

    http://warrelics.eu/forum/belt-buckl...buckles-15270/

    best
    Emmanuel

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    Default Re: Early SA by Assmann

    Thanks Guys . I m waiting for answer from David .

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    Hello Yury

    A rare and interesting SA !

    It is good to see that you have already had the seal of approval from other forum members and thankyou Emmanuel for posting the link.

    On a personal note, I do not think that the one piece brass SA buckle with the upright swastika is as rare as some dealers think. Two piece - yes and nickle silver - yes.

    What I personally consider rare however is any Assmann buckle that displays the stampings of the large RZM logo with the support of the magical number 17. Combine these markings with a difficult to find SA buckle and the buckle is then transformed into one that is rare and interesting.

    A great addition to your collection Yury.

    By the way, what has happened to the "ears" of your buckle?

    Regards,

    David

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