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That's a good question...I've often thought of that myself. The buckle itself is in really good condition (too good?). There are some areas where there is some type of wear but it's hard to say. There are no markings on it whatsoever. I can't say for sure that it is period. I don't know if any current vet org.'s use this type of buckle....that could mean one of two things: it's a really nice example of a period buckle - or it's a reproduction.

Cheers!

Rob

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The way it is made it looks like an N.S. Meyer, INC. New York, USAF silver buckle that I wear for a work buckle. Plain, no insignia. Same side and top design the size of the square notch on the bottom and sans writing being the only difference.

--dj--Joe

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Hey Joe...I know what you mean about it looking like a current type buckle. I wish there were markings on it that would help me get a sense as to wether it's a fantasy piece or a reprodcution or a good one...though I am leaning towards repro. No big worries on that one....at least I know the other larger (more expensive) exampes are good! ;)

Cheers!

Rob

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