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eMedals-Germany. An Army Open Claw Belt Buckle, by Friedrich C. Werthmann

Item: G19904

Germany. An Army Open Claw Belt Buckle, by Friedrich C. Werthmann



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Germany. An Army Open Claw Belt Buckle, by Friedrich C. Werthmann

In silvered zinc, measuring 46.8 mm x 74.2 mm with interior belt width 6 cm, marked with the RZM (Reichszeugmeisterei) and maker marked "M5/44" (Friedrich C. Werthmann, Lüdenscheid) on the reverse, with paper tag printed in black ink and stapled to the belt loop, marked with the RZM insignia, inscribed "Zweidornschnalle nach Borschrift der Reichszeugmeisterei der NSDAP" marked "C" and numbered "No 416648", slight tear on the tag, Footnote: From the collection of approximately 900 German buckles accumulated by John R. Angolia, who start collecting buckles, belts and brocades from 1944 until around 1990; most of the buckles were obtained from the American and German veterans; most of these buckles present a core of Angolia’s book “Belt Buckles & Brocades of the Third Reich”, published in 2001.
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