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(CS671) A Textbook example of what is considered the German Army Penal Belt Buckle or Eastern Troops Buckle. being a steel manufactured belt buckle with no design other than pebbling to the centre of the buckle. The buckle is maker marked as are all known originals B & N 43. This is stamped into the buckle where the retaining clip is. This buckle retains approximately 85-90% of its original finish and has yet to be positively identified as a penal example. GBP 95.00 (UK Pounds)

(T188) A Superb example of a German Police Belt Buckle and Tab marked both on the leather tab and buckle for RS&S or Richard Siper & Sohn. The buckle is also dated on the leather tab 1936. The leather tab also has an unusual leather protector fitted, which I have not encountered before. The buckle has some minor age staining but nothing serious. It is a one piece aluminium casting. Very scarce to find in such good condition, quality etc. This was part of a group of police items, bought back at the end of the war. GBP 250.00 (UK Pounds)
(V2114) A German Army Belt Buckle by Ernst Schneider Ludenscheid and marked with his trademark of ESL43 within a circle. The buckle was green painted and of magnetic construction and so has toned a brownish hew. A scarce buckle to find. This is by one of the lesser well known makers and as such, for the buckle collectors amongst us. GBP 130.00 (UK Pounds)
(V2487) A Nice example of the pressed fibre Belt. The belt is heavily laquered and complete with its tongue. The tongue is marked 82. Other than this, I can see no other marks on it. The belt is black in colour for either army or SS. A nice display item. Priced as an army one to err on the side of cautions. GBP 55.00 (UK Pounds)

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