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    BDM Buttons

    Just received these from Joe !

    I love the design on the front and the RZM marks on reverse !

    Nick

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stickgrenade View Post
    Just received these from Joe !

    I love the design on the front and the RZM marks on reverse !

    Nick
    Yes , the design is very fine !
    ( they are same in black-color )
    They are différent-matter for make this buttons ,
    early it was backelite and plastic , late it was poor matter
    same pasta (very crumble) .

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    Very nice Nick. I've never seen these up close before.

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    I`m glad you got them in a timely manner .

    I am looking for some black ones myself .

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    So would these have been shirt buttons or something? On a related subject, I reckon it's clever how the swaz is incorporated into the knot design of the jacket buttons.

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    There are two sizes of white JM/BDM blouse buttons, small and large. The small ones were used on the front of the blouse and on the blouse pockets.

    The large ones are for the Jungmaedel blouse. The Jungmädel skirt had button holes around the waistband and actually buttoned into the blouse via buttons that were around the "waist" area of the blouse. This was done because little girls don't have well-defined waists so the skirt was not tight or restrictive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    There are two sizes of white JM/BDM blouse buttons, small and large. The small ones were used on the front of the blouse and on the blouse pockets.

    The large ones are for the Jungmaedel blouse. The Jungmädel skirt had button holes around the waistband and actually buttoned into the blouse via buttons that were around the "waist" area of the blouse. This was done because little girls don't have well-defined waists so the skirt was not tight or restrictive.
    Interesting, thanks for the info Chris

    Nick

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    ah, nice! these are quite similar to mine; i believe mine to be bakelite.

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    My set of BDM/JM buttons, at far right, the black is for the pocket skirt I think
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    Very nice Lauri, thanks for showing the black ones

    nick

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