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One-piece stamped nickel buckle bearing the four 'F's logo of the association on a pebbled field. (Frisch, Fromm, Fröhlich, Frei.). The reverse of the buckle bears 'Ges.Gesch' and the B.N logo of Berg & Nolte. The dress-quality dark-brown leather belt is full-length, completely unmarked and in excellent condition.
A scarce belt in very nice condition.
Two-piece buckle with the central design fixed by tabs to the pebbled buckle. No maker's marks. The belt leather has been period shortened and the buckle now fixes directly into the belt. The leather has a faint maker's mark and is dated 1942. On the bottom edge of the belt leather there is about 50mm of damage to the edge only.
Steel buckle which has lost its painted finish, No maker's mark but complete with brown leather tab stamped C.M.Motz & Co., Brandenburg.' and dated 1941. The belt leather is in excellent condition and is size stamped '90'. The steel hook bears the OLC logo of Overhoff & Co. of Lüdenscheid. The belt leather has three rivet holes at the hook end.
Field-grey-blue one-piece steel buckle with second-pattern eagle complete with brown-leather tab which bears an oval stamp of 'G.Brehmer, Markneukirchen' and dated 1941. The buckle bears an unknown maker's mark of 'BD'. The blackened leather belt is size-stamped '90' and the alloy hook is stamped with the OLC logo of Overhoff & Co. of Lüdenscheid. Overall a very nice example.
Two-part or's buckle with the second-pattern eagle central design secured to the pebbled buckle by edge-tabs. No maker's marks.
Blackened leather belt has been period shortened (85cm) such that the buckle is secured directly to the belt-leather. The belt bears makers stamp and date but these cannot be made out with any certainty. Very nice buckle. Overall the belt is in very good condition.
Dark-blue painted steel buckle with the maker's mark 'J.F.S.' for Josef Feix Söhne. The brown belt leather has been period shortened at some time and the inner buckle-adjustment strap repositioned.. It is finely stamped on the outside surface with the marine 'M' eagle & swastika stamp. Scarce belt and buckle in very nice overall condition.
Field-grey-blue painted steel buckle bearing the Luftschutz emblem. No maker's marks at all. The black leather belt is size-stamped '95' and is the late-war type without the inner buckle adjustment strap, the buckle going into the belt itself. The belt has the makers mark and date 'Franz Brehme, Walsrode 1943'.
The buckle has lost some painted finish from the front but overall this scarce belt is in excellent condition.
Cast aluminium alloy RAD buckle bearing an unidentified maker's mark of CTG in a circle. The black belt-leather is size-stamped '90' and on the inner side is stamped '438 B.A.Fü.' Excellent overall condition.
Cast aluminium alloy buckle with the maker's mark 'C.T.D.' indicating manufacture by Christian Th. Dicke of Lüdenscheid. The long black-leather belt is size stamped '100' and has a hand-written illegible name inside. Both buckle and belt are in excellent condition.
Canvas webbing belt complete with field-grey painted steel buckle. The belt is stamped at the buckle-end with the size '90'. The buckle itself is stamped with the manufacturer's mark and date 'D&C 1942'. The buckle is complete with its leather tab with an oval stamp containing the date 1938 and 'J.Deutschdein, Euskirchen'. Extremely good condition.
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