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  • Three Second War German Belts
  • Three Second War German Belts
  • Three Second War German Belts
  • Three Second War German Belts
  • Three Second War German Belts
  • Three Second War German Belts
  • Three Second War German Belts
  • Three Second War German Belts
  • Three Second War German Belts
  • Three Second War German Belts
  • Three Second War German Belts
  • Three Second War German Belts
  • Three Second War German Belts
  • Three Second War German Belts
  • Three Second War German Belts

Item: G21310

Three Second War German Belts

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Three Second War German Belts

First belt is fabricated from a thick leather with a smooth finished reddish-brown upper, light gray felt underside, a tab stitched in place on the underside with a smooth finished butterscotch-coloured upper on the right end, the tab with seven rows of two holes each for length adjustment, emboss stamped "86" on the end of the loose end of the tab, magnetic silvered metal receiving clip on the left end, the clip secured in place to the body of the belt by two rivets, the belt measuring 44 mm x 970 mm. Surface wear and light soiling evident on the upper, scattered patches of gray felt loss on the underside, crazing and wear present on the tab, scattered silvering wear on the receiving clip. Second belt is fabricated from a thick leather with a smooth finished black upper, raw underside, very flexible, a tab stitched in place on the underside with a smooth finished black upper on the right end, the tab with seven rows of two holes each for length adjustment, silvered metal receiving clip on the left end, the clip secured by the strap where it wraps around to the reverse and is stitched in place, the belt measuring 43 mm x 1,140 mm. Surface wear evident on the upper, light soiling on the underside, crazing on the tab. Third belt is fabricated from a thick leather with a smooth finished brown upper, raw underside, very flexible, the belt with two holes at either end and surrounded by dual circular impressions, multiple stitch holes visible near the hole at the right end, the belt with eight rows of two holes each for length adjustment, the pair closest to the end having been added by the owner, magnetic silvered metal receiving clip on the left end, the clip secured by the strap where it wraps around to the reverse and is stitched in place, the belt measuring 42 mm x 935 mm. Indentation on the upper near the receiving clip, exhibiting surface wear on both sides from active use, scattered silvering wear on the receiving clip. Together, 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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