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Article about: Next, 3 buckles with identical bodies but with different makers/sellers on the tabs. This design is by far my favourite. Really classy feel IMO. Each buckle is finished differently, one galv

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    Next, 3 buckles with identical bodies but with different makers/sellers on the tabs. This design is by far my favourite. Really classy feel IMO. Each buckle is finished differently, one galvanised, one painted & one with a sort of frosting. The makers/sellers are top to bottom : -
    Senossensch, ???ngerg, Sattlermeister G.m.b.h., Bergneustadt, Rhld, 1916.
    Militar-Effectenfabrik, G.m.b.h., Duren-Rheinl., 1916.
    Bernhard Richter Jun., Magdeburg, 1917.
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    Last one, a light grey painted very late war buckle issued by the Guards stores. It's maker marked A:Ph. Hoffmann, Berlin, 1918. Also marked BAG, the issue stamp of the Garde-Korps (Berlin).

    Cheers,

    Richard.
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    Now that's amazing stuff here. I think the bucklebug is ready to bite me...

    Adler

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    Thanks Adler, here's my last bits. I'm sorry if this causes the buckle bug to bite deep

    First up, a tomback based buckle to the state of Mecklenburg-Strelitz marked D.R.G.M. on the roller bar. Sadly a previous owner polished the buckle. Hence the odd colour.
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    Next a 1895 pattern Prussian Telegraphers buckle.
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    The last three items from my collection are belt & buckle sets.

    First a Saxony example. A classic brown rough side out belt with brass hook. The buckle is the standard steel 1916 pattern; but unusual as it has 2 maker marks. The body is marked H. Aurich, Dresden & the tab G.A. Zickmann, Leipzig-Reudnitz, 1916.
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    Second, an excellent condition light grey painted steel Prussian buckle & belt. The buckle is marked W.Collin, Berlin, 1916 & the belt ????, Mannheim, 1915.
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    Lastly, a very knackered, filthy, 'been there' Prussian Guards set. The buckle is maker marked ? Berlin.C17, 1915 & the tab is marked BAG, the issue stamp of the Garde-Korps (Berlin).
    The buckle is a rare 2 piece steel buckle with brass fittings. This was transitional type inbetween the 2 part brass/nickel silver 1895 pattern & the all steel 1 part buckle issued from 1916 onwards.
    The belt (with a brass hook) is marked B. Wiedermann, Berlin, N.39, 1915.

    That's the lot from me for now. Until I buy something new that is

    Cheers,

    Richard.
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    You have a quite a collection here Richard.
    Very impressive.
    gregM
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    Thanks Greg, glad you like them, Cheers, Richard.

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