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eMedals-A German Open Claw Buckle and Belt by Assmann

Item: G19740

A German Open Claw Buckle and Belt by Assmann

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A German Open Claw Buckle and Belt by Assmann

Buckle in silvered nickel with a pebbled obverse, marked "D.R.P." (Deutsches Reichspatent) and maker marked with the stylized Assmann "A" on the reverse, 45 mm x 49.5 mm, belt with a smooth finished black upper and raw underside, emboss stamped "R.B.Np." above "1/1000/0005" on the end of the belt that wraps around the reverse and is stitched in place to the right underside, left end with seven rows of two holes for length adjustment, belt with a smooth finished black slider, belt measuring 41 mm x 890 mm, wire repair evident at the left end, fixing the crack between the second hole from the right and the bottom edge of the belt, soiled underside, better than very fine.

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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