Jamie Cross Collectables 
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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)

(K1220) An Army Belt & Buckle that has been repaired. The belt is a conglomeration of two belts that have been sewn together at the back. The wear and tear is consistent to both parts and it might well be he got just too skinny and the belt was cut down. The belt is maker marked and dated 1941. The buckle is the earlier type of aluminium with an aluminium disc applied and four prongs holding it to the buckle. This is nice and tight and shows it has been like this for several years. Again, this is a veteran bringback. GBP 110.00 (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)

(MC365) A Police Belt Buckle of cast aluminium construction.. This is the type where they cast in the retaining hook. The buckle is maker marked Gb in interwoven letters and the quality is very nice, with the centre still retaining its burnished swastika on the oxidised back drop. The buckle has the usual Gott Mitt Uns motto. Scarce to find. GBP 115.00 (UK Pounds)

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