Beautiful and desirable early Wehrmacht officer belt in dark brown color. The leather is still strong and supple and just looks great. Maker marks are faded. Zink contstructed belt buckle. I would say this belt dated back to ca. 1940. Would look great on a Luftwaffe or army officer! Size 105 cm
Genuine well worn alumium army belt buckle complete with leather tongue. The reverse of the buckle is maker marked by F.K.O and matches with the marking on the leather tab Friedrich Keller, Oberstein 1940. F.K.O. was one of the last companies to produces alumium buckles in 1940, whilst others were already converted to steel. UPDATED…
Very nice and untouched late war Werhmacht equipment belt (size 100cm) in good condition. Leather is a bit stiff. Classic ‘Souvenir’ belt from an American GI who put various of Nazi cap insignia’s on the belt. One of the few examples that has not been stripped and is still complete. UPDATED 30/12/21 with reduced price
Excellent unissued NSDAP officals brocade belt in leather, with its genuine gold coated buckle. The buckle shows the maker mark of RZM M4/87 of Matthias Salcher & Söhne Wagstadt, while the catch, attached to the leather belt is marked by RZM M4/77 Gebruder Gloerfeld, Lüdenscheid. The leater belt itself, shows no wear and was factory…
Light worn alumium LW belt buckle in good condition, complete with leather tab. Maker marked by Franz Reischauer, Oberstein.N on the leather tab and has matching initials on the reverse of the buckle ‘F.R. 39’. Seldom seen maker mark!
Nicely worn alumium army belt buckle in good condition, complete with leather tab. Maker marked by Richard Sieper & Söhne, Ludenscheid, 1937 on the leather tab and R.S.&S. on the reverse of the buckle itself.
Classic mid war steel constructed army belt buckle with leather tab in light worn condition. A beautiful buckle showing crisp details. Maker marked on the leather tab by Berg und Nolte A.-G. Lüdenscheid dated 1942. The reverse of the buckle shows a matching maker mark; B&N-41.
Perfect and good looking army belt buckle that remains in unissued condition. olive green coating on the steel is 99% intact. The buckle is maker marked on the reverse with R.S.& S. and matches the maker on the leather tab Richard Sieper & Söhne 1940.
Unusal and rare army belt buckle with black leather tab. Offenbach is a well-known city for leather goods manufacturers. The manufacturer is from the tap and not the buckle. The buckle is in my opinion from Hermann Knoller and is in excellent condition. A must have for a buckle collector!
Honest and worn alumium army buckle with leather tab. The buckle shows avarage wear and lots most of its green finish as observed with most of these aluminum pieces. The buckle is maker marked on the reverse with the initials ‘GB’. The leather tab itself is maker marked by Gustav Bremher Markneukirchen, dated 1937.
Light worn steel buckle, retaining most of its olive green finish. Maker marked on the leather tab by Berg und Nolte A.-G. Lüdenscheid dated 1941. The reverse of the buckle shows a matching maker mark; B&N-41.
Unissued Luftwaffe belt buckle executed in steel. Retaining all of its genuine blue finish. Maker marked on the leather tab by Hermann Aurich, Dresden, dated 1941. The reverse of the steel buckle is also marked with the factory logo of H. Aurich.