Original German WWII Belt Buckle Lot - Heer Army, Kriegsmarine & High Quality Luftwaffe Reproduction

Item Description

Original Items: Only One Lot of 3 Available. This is a fantastic opportunity to add 3 lovely WWII German belt buckles to your collections. These are 3 absolutely wonderful examples of buckles worn by German forces during WWII.

The Buckles In This Lot:
- Stamped Steel Heer Buckle (unpainted): This is a very nice service worn WWII German Wehrmacht Heer (Army) EM/NCO's Steel Buckle (Koppelschloß). The buckle is embossed with the Heer motto GOTT MIT UNS ("God with us") surrounding a NSDAP Party Eagle. Nice unpainted steel construction box buckle with a smooth background. The buckle is in good condition, though no markings can be found. Definitely a buckle that saw extensive service.

- Kriegsmarine Line Officer's Belt Buckle By Emil Juttner: Constructed of fire gilt aluminum, marked on reverse with manufacturer logo for Emil Juttner. The buckle is in great condition but unfortunately one of the clasps is broken.

- Luftwaffe Officer’s Dress Belt Buckle: This is a lovely high quality reproduction of the original die struck/stamped, nickel-silver based construction that has been silver washed and gold gilded. It depicts an early droop trail pinned eagle on a pebbled background that is surrounded by an oak leaf wreath that is tied together at the bottom.
These are all very lovely examples that come more than ready for display!

The German WWII Belt Buckle was a basic addition to the Soldier or Officer’s uniform. There were well over 100 different types and designs of belt buckles issued in WW2 and even non-military belt buckles were made with a Swas. Just about every organization of the military developed its own uniform, including their own distinct belt and belt buckle. Buckles could be smooth or pebbled, in a variety of colors depending on the organization that issued it in a variety of designs. The Germans used intricate designs for their belt buckles and they were always high quality.

Though Military belts and buckles have been around for centuries, in 1847 the buckle as we know it now with the quick release catch was introduced. During WW2 the belt and buckle were worn with the buckle being positioned on the right side and the buckle catch on the left side.

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