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Buckles and Back-Plates

surely, the analysis of the buckles is at least as important as the discussion of the back-plates?

These little details do matter to the serious collectors.



: Arno, Abel and Others:

: This is awesome information. Shall I attempt a page like the one
: shown below, showing the progression of the buckles? I will need
: some help, but maybe this project is worthwhile?

: Gentlemen: Can you please help me with the sequence of the
: buckles, like on this Autavia GMT page? Maybe we should show the
: top side and bottom side of each buckle?

: Jeff


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