BELTS and BUCKLES


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(CS671) A Textbook example of what is considered the Penal Belt 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 85.00 (UK Pounds)

(K313) A Spanish Officer's Belt Buckle showing a red enamelled cross on a Spanish eagle's chest, with a crown above. The red enamel has been bashed in places as can be seen from the scan. The item dates from the Franco period. and the number 1.84 is painted to the reverse. An unusual buckle. The size is approximately 7 cm high by 5 cm wide. GBP 45.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC801) A Nice example of a transitional RAD Belt Buckle. This is the type that has the centre interchangeable and dates from the Early nazi period. The buckle has four prongs that are affixed to the centre of a standard utility pebble buckle. Nice to acquire, as they turn up rarely, as these buckles were continued to be worn and the centres removed for obvious reasons.. GBP 115.00 (UK Pounds)

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