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Rob Lach

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  1. Cool! Always love seeing pics like this! cheers
  2. Good one in my opinion! Nice one!
  3. I think most likely SA. During this time with Rohm, he often wore that kind of buckle. Would be nice to know what type? Static? Sunwheel?
  4. Great pics! Thanks for sharing
  5. Lol! First time I see this pic. Cool! Thanks for sharing Rob
  6. How strange that he would try to fleece belt buckle collectors who typically know the value of these types of buckles. This isn't Ebay....Anyways: Good call Lenny. Sending him packing was definitely the right thing to do. Cheers! Rob
  7. That translate to something like "special version of the army armband"? Would love to see the buckle.
  8. Cool pic! I’ve often seen him in the early days with the typical SA buckle. I wonder what kind of buckle he is wearing in this picture?
  9. Very cool! That Art Deco style Reichsbahn buckle is one that I would love to have in my collection. They are not common! A cool piece of German buckle history right there. Rob
  10. Interesting picture. I wonder if this was a "homemade" buckle to match the cap badge? It's not a buckle that I readily recognize. The shorter lad has the standard SA buckle. By the looks of it - it's the standard 45mm size. Thanks for sharing the picture. Rob
  11. Great buckles! I am particularly fond of the DRK brocade as well as the DAF crank catch. Very nice stuff. Thanks for sharing! Rob
  12. Looks like it may be attributed to the marine branch of the HJ....but that said: I have never seen anything like this before. Usually, the "gold" HJ box buckles are the ones linked to the marine HJ, I believe. R.
  13. Bonnie...you won’t be disappointed. Great read with tons of pics.
  14. Cool picture. It was all about the German ‘18 anti tank gun - but then I noticed what the soldier was wearing in the background. Love seeing pics like this.
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