to me the belt buckle and tab look ok, but i dont know about the actual belt itself. it looks tropical, but i think if it was afrika corps it would be a tan color not a darkish green.
a real Osang buckle with tab .
Only the color is from this pictures questionable ............
The belt is nothing like worn in the war ...........
I'm searching for
special SA/NSKK/NSFK with maker marks
Link to my collection : http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/album.php?albumid=1175
As already mentioned, a real Heer buckle (Osang) with a set up unseen till today...
I like it a lot...i like the spirit of this stuff...even if it's impossible to say if it's wartime or postwar done.
may i ask how the cloth "belt" is secured to the leather tab ?
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Real Osang made buckle as J Phillip says first time I have seen that type of web belt. timothy
I must agree with the rest, original buckle but belt who knows! I do like Osang made buckles, they have a very distinct eagle on them, very pleasing to the eye
Yep a good looking bird on those!.....
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Nice buckle indeed...