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    SS variant , is it early one? SS is not next to RZM,

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    Original RZM 57 SS buckle. Should be marked SS under the prong bar.

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    Yes, Martin Winter RZM57 is a quite early buckle, one of the "first family" RZM codes.
    Your buckle looks good, even if a relic condition and quite poor quality picts.. can you get better shots of it?

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    Yes, it is marked SS under the prong bar. Is there any way to make it looking fresh? I mean jeweler will take that job ? I don't have better pics, I will ask for them because this is one of the buckles I am looking on , what is the level of the rarity of it? Is it worth circa 600USD in such condition?

    Thanks for help,
    Here is other one I am looking at but I don't like the condition - it is damaged I think:

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    The 57 isn't as rare as the 63 or 24 In my opinion. I think 57 stamped over Ges Gesch is rarer. I wouldn't pay $600 in this condition but I don't collect buckle in this condition. A dealer might ask $1000 + for one of these in very good condition but I recently got a 24 from the Ruptured Duck for under $700. I thought that was a great price. I am getting a 57 in the near future but that's on a trade.
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    A standard RZM 57 in good-worn conditions might be about 6-700 usd, and in better conditions even 1000 or more.
    In such a relic conditions surely a lower value.
    Yes I agree with Kirby that 63, 24 or also 57 over Ges Gesch is rarer then standard 57 one.

    Your Overhoff 36/39 looks a nice buckle: yes it is quite damaged on the front, but it is still an interesting piece

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