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    3 HJ buckles

    Hi mates,

    a friend of mine has 3 HJ buckles in his collection. What do you think of them?

    Thanks and regards,
    Sven.

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    Some more photos.

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    Hi! Nice buckles.....all original. I particularly like the crank catch Assmann example. Thanks for sharing!

    Rob

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    I second Robs thoughts.. all original
    and as a side note .. I like the M5/276 klein and Quenzer
    buckle, this is the only maker off the top of my head who uses the incorrect M5 designation on their buckles.. they produced steel , aluminum and zinc HJ all marked this way, also , I do believe that an original set of their dies was being used to make unmarked or spuriously marked repros for a while.. the repros had the same (dog faced) eagle (but were not marked M5/275)....
    thanks for sharing

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    Thanks a lot mates!

    Quote Originally Posted by Chad Williams View Post
    I second Robs thoughts.. all original
    and as a side note .. I like the M5/276 klein and Quenzer
    buckle, this is the only maker off the top of my head who uses the incorrect M5 designation on their buckles.. they produced steel , aluminum and zinc HJ all marked this way, also , I do believe that an original set of their dies was being used to make unmarked or spuriously marked repros for a while.. the repros had the same (dog faced) eagle (but were not marked M5/275)....
    thanks for sharing

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