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SS enlisted belt buckle and belt.

Article about: Here is a set I had for maybe 20 years. Any comments are welcome.

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    Quote by Swinemunde68 View Post
    fake,fake,fake
    Not good enough!
    After others stating this to be original, please express your concerns.
    Ralph.
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  3. #22

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    Quote by Swinemunde68 View Post
    fake,fake,fake
    Could you elaborate please as to why the buckle is fake? I have noticed you have commented on a few posts crying fake, please show the forum, down load the pics mark up and explain as to why you think they are fake, I am intrigued to know!!!
    Ben

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    you do not see signs of wear of the belt on the walls, and from the hook on the fastener, no traces of original use, now I know it's a copy, you need a little imagination, it also helps you? but it is niebespieczna copy for the novice collector specify exact dimensions, the copies are smaller but you can see that the walls are too thin and rivets are bad, made on an old, give dimensions but according to me it's also a copy of the Czech stables

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    I suppose we all have our opinion, the classic signs of a fake are not present on this buckle, the prong sleeve is correct are are the prongs, there are no cast flaws and it is the right colour. For me an original buckle as previously stated, we dont need imagination or trust we need facts
    Ben

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    Quote by Ben Evans View Post
    I suppose we all have our opinion, the classic signs of a fake are not present on this buckle, the prong sleeve is correct are are the prongs, there are no cast flaws and it is the right colour. For me an original buckle as previously stated, we dont need imagination or trust we need facts
    Hello Ben ,

    i'll completely agree .

    Another fact is the silver white anodized finish on this nice buckle !

    That never seen on cast fakes .

    @Swinemunde68 , please bring any fakts for your opinion !

    Is this also a "fake" ? :

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    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



  7. #26

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    Nice thread indeed and excellent analysis. Once more again, good pictures prove to be a decisive factor to effectively evaluate any militaría ítem. Glad to hear this buckle is a good one

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    Quote by Ben Evans View Post
    I suppose we all have our opinion, the classic signs of a fake are not present on this buckle, the prong sleeve is correct are are the prongs, there are no cast flaws and it is the right colour. For me an original buckle as previously stated, we dont need imagination or trust we need facts
    My original from the collection My original from the collection, please compare in the next post will be fake
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  9. #28

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    Please click twice on the photo and then again will increase 5 times

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    This is your ground dug original prong sleeve compared with the other buckle
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    Ben

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    To me they look exactly the same
    Quote by Ben Evans View Post
    This is your ground dug original prong sleeve compared with the other buckle

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