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eMedals-A German Brown Leather Shoulder Strap

Item: G21034

A German Brown Leather Shoulder Strap


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A German Brown Leather Shoulder Strap

Strap composed of two pieces, a longer piece measuring 16 mm x 1,350 mm with seven die-holes at one end for length adjustment, a shorter piece measuring 16 mm x 290 mm housing a magnetic silvered buckle, the twostraps linked together via the buckle, a slider with a magnetic silvered post wrapped around the two straps, the ends of the slider held together via a magnetic metal prong, functioning silvered metal clips attached to oval loops at either end, each clip secured by the strap where it wraps around to the reverse and is riveted in place. Extensive crazing and wear on the belt, rust evident on all metal parts. Fine.

Footnote: This strap came from the personal collection of John R. Angolia, the author of "Belt Buckles & Brocades of the Third Reich, Revised Edition".

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