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SS officer ground dug buckle 36/43 in good condition

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    Default SS officer ground dug buckle 36/43 in good condition

    Finally one complete
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    This one is is better condition, I assume the prongs and prong sleeve have been replaced at some point?
    Ben

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    Just to show you, I did once own a ground dug buckle, this one by Emil Juttner
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    Quote by Ben Evans View Post
    This one is is better condition, I assume the prongs and prong sleeve have been replaced at some point?
    Ben buckle is exactly the same condition as it was found ..

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    Nice one
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    Mmmm I wonder if it had a replacement prongs and sleeve at some point in its life? (before it was buried)
    Ben

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    Ben, were steel buckles made with aluminum prongs, or were they usually all steel?

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    Quote by Erno View Post
    Ben, were steel buckles made with aluminum prongs, or were they usually all steel?
    Could have been made with a aluminium prong sleeve
    Ben

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    I don't know Ben, but i saw several zinc buckles with AL prongs and sleeve

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    Quote by Ben Evans View Post
    Could have been made with a aluminium prong sleeve
    Thank you for the answer! The many variations are very interesting.

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    True

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