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Ground dug buckle by Emil Jüttner

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    Default Ground dug buckle by Emil Jüttner

    Too bad condition, but a little bit of history
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    Shame its in this condition, for me personally I do not like ground dug buckles, some guys like them and I know its still history but I would not collect them, or denazified ones
    Ben

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    Quote by Ben Evans View Post
    Shame its in this condition, for me personally I do not like ground dug buckles, some guys like them and I know its still history but I would not collect them, or denazified ones
    Ben, it's my personal found, yet i will not throw it in the trash

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    I like it . It shows it's history for sure. I collect both relic and non relic items. They all appeal to my taste in one way or another.
    Thank you for sharing this SS officers buckle!
    Dean

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    Quote by Bucklemann View Post
    Ben, it's my personal found, yet i will not throw it in the trash
    Like I said it down to personal taste, nice to see but I would not personally collect them
    Ben

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    Quote by Dean View Post
    I like it . It shows it's history for sure. I collect both relic and non relic items. They all appeal to my taste in one way or another.
    Thank you for sharing this SS officers buckle!
    Dean
    No probs friend, I'll post another

    Thank you!

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    Quote by Ben Evans View Post
    Like I said it down to personal taste, nice to see but I would not personally collect them
    I am a poor man, so I must find it for myself

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    Great, that would be very much welcome
    It's also the thrill of the hunt, I'm sure. Besides, even diggers rarely find such a buckle, in any condition!
    Thanks,
    Dean

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    Quote by Bucklemann View Post
    I am a poor man, so I must find it for myself
    Join the club, I think most of us are poor
    Ben

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    Quote by Ben Evans View Post
    Join the club, I think most of us are poor
    Lord knows I am..now.

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