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hindenburg buckle?

Article about: Yup, I'd wear it... I've started wearing a Prussian repro, but now onto a post war Berlin Police buckle. I reckon I'll vary my wearing buckle...

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    Default hindenburg buckle?

    sorry if I posted this in the wrong area, This is too good to be true right? I have searched the interenet trying to find another one like it and I can't find anything. I would imagine it is incredibly rare if it is real but Im sure its not. Sorry for the poor pics, my old phone did not take very good close up pics. there are no maker marks or marks of any kind.

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    Fantasy buckle

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    Yes, I have never seen anything like this before and can only assume its a fantasy creation.

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    I agree...fantasy. Cheers, Glenn
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    Three holes in a row is a repo/copy/fantasy.

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    haha, figures, I was pretty sure but thought it would be good for someone else to confirm it. thanks

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    still a nice buckle even if its not TR.

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    Got to agree, fantasy piece, three solders points in a row as Kirby as stated not good!

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    Wear it...!

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    True...would make for a cool belt buckle to wear. Would certainly be an eye catching conversation piece and not offensive in any way.

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