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belt buckles


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militaria item West India Regiment officer's waist belt buckle
- British Empire
This replaced an earlier pattern which incorporated the battalion numbers. The regiment was the oldest colonial unit raised in the Empire's history. Betwen 1795 and 1800, a total of 12 battalions appeared, serving principally in the Caribbean, but also as garrison troops at Gibraltar as well as New Orleans and Mobile in the 1814/15 Campaign.
£200.00
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militaria item Luftwaffe belt with buckle, 2nd pattern
- German
This is the standard Luftwaffe combat belt of the middle years of WW2. Prior to the outbreak of war, these were normally in brown leather, but by 1940 the colour had changed to black. The buckle is date stamped 1938, maker marked 'F.R.' and the leather tag is stamped 'Franz Reschauer // Oberstein' around 1938. The reverse has unit markings.
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militaria item Stormtroop belt buckle
- German
This is a typical Sturmabteilung buckle of two-piece construction with a gilding metal centre and a brass field and would originally have been worn on a brown leather belt. The Stormtroops were the fighting arm of the Nazi party when it came to disputing control of the streets with the Reds.
£80.00
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militaria item Prussian Telegraph other ranks buckle, model 1915
- German
This was issued to Telegraph troops to enable them to climb telephone poles with a wire cable spool attached to their belt, leaving both hands free for climbing. This pressed steel example replaced the brass buckle in 1915 as a war economy measure.
£200.00
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militaria item Imperial German navy dirk belt buckle
- German
This little buckle (4cm diameter) was the German equivalent of the midshipman's buckle in the Royal Navy and fulfilled a similar function, namely to hang the dirk from a belt, but in this case a dark blue silk one. As with virtually all of these, there is no maker's mark. This is the second pattern, with the W superimposed on the anchor.
£75.00
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A M, The Netherlands, 15.10.2011

I received the bayonet today. Very nice example. I will keep an eye on your site for possible future purchases.

D E, USA, 23.11.2005

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