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SS belt buckle for evaluation

Article about: This was the one that started it all... here and after all my years of collecting the so called battlefield relics I still have my doubts about this one. I would greatly appreciate all opini

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    Default SS belt buckle for evaluation

    This was the one that started it all... here and after all my years of collecting the so called battlefield relics I still have my doubts about this one. I would greatly appreciate all opinions!

    Best,

    Jan
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    Original Assmann 155/40 type 1
    Best regards
    Iván

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    Hello,

    yes a salty Assmann
    Regards ,
    Markus


    I'm searching for
    Buckles 3.Reich

    special SA/NSKK/NSFK with maker marks


    Link to my collection : http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/album.php?albumid=1175



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    nice to see this type in dug condition!

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    Thanks guys, bought it in 2007 I think, the seller wasnīt sure about it being original so I got it for some 30 euros

    Best,


    Jan

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    I like it, please compare with my bodenfund example.

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    Thats a very nice one Glenn , thank you so much for sharing it. Happy that I finally got it confirmed original now itīs back in my collection with a tag

    Best,

    Jan

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    Jan,

    a ground dug steel buckle in this condition is not often to find. I like it!

    But it seems that you should spend some effort to its conservation as red rust indicates usually that the corrosion process has not stopped.

    Best,
    Guido

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    You are absolutely right Guido, a very light touch of glass bead or organic material blasting and then a dip in hot wax to seal it. Iīm trying to get it done in a conservation lab here in Helsinki along with this mid iron-age spearhead I accuired a while ago. The spearhead is a very difficult item to preserve as it was found over ten years ago and hasnīt been treated properly, letīs hope it still has a solid iron core :/

    Best,


    Jan
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    Jan, indeed not easy to clean and protect these relics whithout killing their charm, but not impossible!
    I wish a good success!

    Best,
    Guido

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