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    VladRus
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    Hello colleagues.
    Is glad to see familiar faces.
    I wish to show a buckle which recently have bought. I think you guess whence a buckle. What do you think of a buckle????
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    Hello Vlad

    Welcome to the forum.

    In my opinion, a super and rare NSKK.

    I think though (I hope so) that it may raise a few questions from some collectors due to there being no visible (reverse) means of holding the emblem in place. It would appear to be skillfully silver soldered and which is a recognised method of construction with some of the early period buckles.

    Here is a link to 2 NSKK buckles that I have previously shown:-

    http://warrelics.eu/forum/belt-buckl...k-buckle-8769/

    Regards,

    David

    p.s. - we look forward to many more posts from yourself !

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    VladRus
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    Hello David.
    Thanks for opinion. The emblem is really soldered without drilling of apertures, and is soldered very accurately. The emblem densely adjoins to a box, it is made at factory during military times. During modern time so to make it is impossible.

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    I agree with david. A very nice and rare buckle with the face plate sweated on. I have seen a number of buckles with the face plates attached in this manner.

    Bill

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    VladRus
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    Quote by Buckle1 View Post
    I agree with david. A very nice and rare buckle with the face plate sweated on. I have seen a number of buckles with the face plates attached in this manner.

    Bill
    Thanks Bill

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    Vlad

    Have you noticed that the "box" and especially the ears of the NSKK buckle that you have posted, are remarkably similar to one of the NSBO buckles that I recently posted ?

    Very interesting as both have silver soldered on emblems.

    I think though that the pin, pin shroud and claws are perhaps slightly different, which is not at all unusual to see on these early period "cottage industry" made up buckles.

    Regards,

    David
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    VladRus
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    Quote by David North View Post
    Vlad

    Have you noticed that the "box" and especially the ears of the NSKK buckle that you have posted, are remarkably similar to one of the NSBO buckles that I recently posted ?

    Very interesting as both have silver soldered on emblems.

    I think though that the pin, pin shroud and claws are perhaps slightly different, which is not at all unusual to see on these early period "cottage industry" made up buckles.

    Regards,

    David
    David,
    I agree with you, is valid these boxes are identical. Probably these buckles were made by one manufacturer.

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    Vlad

    As you say, "...probably these buckles were made by one manufacturer...".

    I totally agree.

    Regards,

    David

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