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Article about: My uncle Ronald K. Poley was a medic PFC in Italy 11-44 to 11-45 with the 34th Div 168th inf. This is the belt buckle he brought home. Is this issue with the engraving or theater made? Thank

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ID:	333056My uncle Ronald K. Poley was a medic PFC in Italy 11-44 to 11-45 with the 34th Div 168th inf. This is the belt buckle he brought home. Is this issue with the engraving or theater made?
    Thanks in advance, Mark
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    This was done theater made and would have taken some man hours to complete something of this quality
    Sean F

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    A great item to have.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Thanks for the replies. I'm very pleased to have a few of my uncles things from WW2. The buckle would have been in better shape if I hadn't of worn it all the time as a kid in the 60s. Thanks again.

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    It looks to have been done with an 'electric pencil' engraver.
    Neat buckle with family history.........!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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