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    Quote by Wilhelm Saris View Post
    Wilhelm Schröder (second from my list).
    Thank you. I can see the markings on the buckles of others ?

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    Turnerbund by HASAG

    I have not seen the HASAG marking before...
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HASAG

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    HASAG is Hugo Schneider M5_52 Aktiengesellschaft Mettalwarrenfabrik Leipzig, same as on this conversion buckle
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    Thanks Ben et al ! Hasag, apparently made pots, pans and lamps. Do we know if they continued manufacturing buckles into the war years ?
    Theirs is certainly a name that appears to hover on the edges of the buckle world.
    Any thoughts ?

    Many thanks philw

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    BEHA. Another unidentified manufacturer on a Deutsche Turnerschaft buckle. Would be terrific if someone can identify it.
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    Quote by Kurt D View Post
    BEHA. Another unidentified manufacturer on a Deutsche Turnerschaft buckle. Would be terrific if someone can identify it.
    I could not find a picture with the trade mark but isnt Bernhard Haarmann a good guess to work with?

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    Do we know who this is? KFS

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    Many thanks guys, two maker marks I have never seen before and something to research, this is why I love Turnerbund buckles
    Ben

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    Prob a good call there but need to verify it
    Ben

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    Quote by Kurt D View Post
    Here's another DT buckle with a maker's mark I haven't come across before. The Logo may consist of a capital F and a capital L, or may be something else entirely. What I also like about this Neusilber buckle is the "dull field grey" finish as specified on the Reichswehr M28 buckles - sand blasted and varnished. It's not painted.

    If anyone has any ideas about the manufacturer's identity, please don't hold your fire.

    Kind regards
    Kurt
    From Wims list how potentially an early Friedrich Linden maker mark?
    Ben

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