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    Default Need some info on these leather belts

    Can anybody help identifying these 2 belts?

    Thanks!
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    Default Re: Need some info on these leather belts

    Looks like 2 standard belts in bad repair, both original but in a bad state
    Ben

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    Default Re: Need some info on these leather belts

    Top one is a German wwII standard uniform belt, 95cm long, missing the buckle and the catch, second one looks to be German too, but wwI. Nice RbN on the top one! Don't clean them with water, just brush them off and put use leather grease on them, that will do the trick. Old leather and water don't go together.

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    Default Re: Need some info on these leather belts

    Quote by Feuerbach View Post
    Top one is a German wwII standard uniform belt, 95cm long, missing the buckle and the catch, second one looks to be German too, but wwI. Nice RbN on the top one! Don't clean them with water, just brush them off and put use leather grease on them, that will do the trick. Old leather and water don't go together.
    Thanks for the reply Feuerbach. What kind of grease should I use?

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