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    Hello All !
    It is very necessary to define for me – who the manufacturer of this type of buckles SA ( an open beak ) ?
    Example still –
    SA Buckle... What do do you think - Wehrmacht-Awards.com Militaria Forums
    In advance thanks . . .
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    Monolithic design construction buckles SA ( an open beak ) .
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    No collector or "authority" on belt buckles knows and really, who cares ? Why this obsession about who the manufacturer was ?

    An original SA-Koppelschloss !

    Regards,

    David

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    Compound design construction buckles SA ( an open beak ) .
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    The second buckle is again a really super SA ! No idea who the manufacturer was. Sorry !

    Regards,

    David

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    Unfortunately David , it not my buckles SA - I have exposed these photos as an example . . .
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    Thus – I can define the manufacturer of my buckle SS ( hammerhead ) . . .
    I am convinced , that the manufacturer of these buckles SA and SS - ONE !
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    Last edited by Dmitrij; 12-29-2011 at 05:07 AM.

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    Dear Dmitrij

    Attached for comparison are reverse images of four buckles which have one similar characteristic to the ones that you have shown - the pronounced and distinctive, slightly over size "ears" to the box.

    Steinhauer und Lück, Lüdenscheid ??

    RZM 57 and RZM M4/2 (Martin Winter) as the distributor of some buckles manufactured by St. u L ??

    Regards,

    David
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