Nicely worn alumium LW belt buckle in good condition, complete with leather tab. Maker marked on the reverse by R.S.&S. (Richard Sieper & Söhne, Ludenscheid). The leather tab still shows the date 1938 but all other letters are faded.
Well preserved classic ‘chocolate brown’ Luftwaffe equipment belt in good condition. Pre-war ca.1938 made example with aluminum belt hook. Maker marked but unable to determine what the stamp is saying. Also Luftwaffe unit marked but erased, most likely after switching units. The belt was period resized moving the tongue back, as seen on many period…
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.
Classic early army aluminum belt buckle in worn condition. As most examples not much of the green coating remains intact. Maker marked on the reverse by H.A.. Complete with maker marked leather tab by H. Arld, Lüdenscheid, dated 1937.
Well worn Luftwaffe buckle with leather tab. The tab is maker marked and dated 1941 and therefore I think the tab does not belong to an alumium buckle, but it seems to be on there for ages. Nevertheless a a nice buckle and a nice tab!
Light worn steel army buckle in good condition with leather tab. Tab is maker marked by Christian Theodor Dicke Lüdenscheid dated 1940 and matches with the markings on the reverse of the buckle C.T.D. 1940.
Beautiful and desirable 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
Could either be for army or Kriegsmarine use as these late war buckles didn’t came with leather tabs anymore so there is no acceptance stamp to tell us if it’s navy or not – so both are possible. Many people refer these as just navy but we all know now they could also be army. Rare maker for this type of buckle, C.T.D. dated 1943
Classic early army aluminum belt buckle in worn condition. As most examples not much of thegreen coating remains intact. Maker marked on the reverse by Gebrüder Kugel & Fink. Complete with maker marked leather tab, dated 1937.
Classic early army aluminum belt buckle in worn condition. As most examples not much of the green coating remains intact. Maker marked on the reverse by Gebrüder Kugel & Fink. The stitching of the leather tab is loose but the tab itself remains in good condition, showing a faded maker mark and it is dated 1938.
Classic late war Waffen-SS belt buckle executed in steel. Typical unmarked example produced by the Overhoff company. The buckle shows light wear and still retains 80% of its genuine silver colored finish. Beautiful belt buckle that still shows all of its fine details.