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Article about: Hello Gents, Here a Belt buckle "Stahlhelmbund-Wehrsportabteilung" in steel, embossed, nickel-plated and painted "field gray" on the front... Regards Kabl!

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    Hello Gents,
    Here a Buckle from the "Stahlhelmbund-Wehrsportabteilung" in steel, embossed, nickel-plated and painted "field gray" on the front...
    Regards
    Kabl!
    Click to enlarge the picture Click to enlarge the picture Stahlhelmbund-Wehrsport   Stahlhelmbund-Wehrsport  

    Last edited by kabl; 04-19-2018 at 06:32 PM.

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    Hi and welcome, any chance of a picture of the prongs please?
    Ben

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    Hello Kabl,

    nice buckle .

    Never seen bevor in this quality nickle over steel made .......
    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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    With some astonishment I am looking at this thread.
    Nobody is asking if the title "Stahlhelmbund-Wehrsport(abteilung)" is the correct expression?
    Is real buckle-knowledge here so meager? Sorry!
    Come on guys I had expected someone would criticize the title.

    This buckle has nothing to do with Wehrsport or the Wehrsportabteilung......

    Here a part of a leaflet with the correct indications:

    Stahlhelmbund-Wehrsport
    Last edited by Wilhelm Saris; 04-20-2018 at 04:50 PM.

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    Thank you very much for posting this wonderful ad, Wilhelm. I am puzzled what the Gebrauchsmuster very prominently mentioned was was actually for. As far as I can see, these steel field grey Stahlhelm buckles feature no technical innovation at all. Would love to hear your views on this.

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    Hello,

    do not understand your question.

    This Stahlhelm-buckle officially was the only official buckle to be used.
    We all know tens and tens different patterns were offered, but this one
    remained the only official version for years, until the Bund became nazi.

    The shown leaflet was from about 1926. Leaflets from May 1931 just tell the
    same. The leaflet even says: all other forms of buckles, which are offered by
    concerns and dealers, especially those with the Steel-helmet insignia/symbol
    as its decorstion in its middle, are strictly forbidden.
    They do offend the protection of our symbol.

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    Quote by Kurt D View Post
    Thank you very much for posting this wonderful ad, Wilhelm. I am puzzled what the Gebrauchsmuster very prominently mentioned was was actually for. As far as I can see, these steel field grey Stahlhelm buckles feature no technical innovation at all. Would love to hear your views on this.
    A Gebrauchsmuster is a registered design; unlike a proper patent, it does not require technical innovation.

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    Quote by HPL2008 View Post
    A Gebrauchsmuster is a registered design; unlike a proper patent, it does not require technical innovation.
    Nope. What you mean is the Geschmacksmuster (a protected design). This is usually indicated by "ges. gesch." (gesetzlich geschützt), also commonly seen on buckles for organisations that weren't protected by public law. Gebrauchsmuster is the patent's "little brother" and, like the patent, could only be awarded for technical innovations. A Gebrauchsmuster was easier and cheaper to register than a full patent.

    I fully understand the "ges. gesch." in the advert, denoting that design rights lay with the Stahlhelm, but the D.R.G.M. reference baffles me.

    Wilhelm. does that answer your question as well?

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    Quote by Wilhelm Saris View Post
    ...is real buckle knowledge here so meagre?...
    With all due respect Wilhelm, a tad harsh do you not think?

    Regards and best wishes,

    David

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    "tad harsh"?? It was just a diagnosis!

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