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Article about: Hi there! I've bought this belt this morning here in Italy, and it looks to me a genuine one. I'd like to recive some answer to confirm or not the authenticity of the item. Thanks for paying

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    Hi there! I've bought this belt this morning here in Italy, and it looks to me a genuine one. I'd like to recive some answer to confirm or not the authenticity of the item. Thanks for paying attention.
    Greets from Italy!
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    Both belt and buckle are fine the buckle maker is Richard Sieper & Sohne Ludenscheid
    Ben

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    Thank you very much!!! Interesting, i've just found out that Skwara is a polish name, probably this belt was given to a soldier who fought in the wh ostbatallionen

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    If you can tell me the RB number on the belt it would be useful. Thanks!

    Nice buy!

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Quote by Unknown Soldier View Post
    Thank you very much!!! Interesting, i've just found out that Skwara is a polish name, probably this belt was given to a soldier who fought in the wh ostbatallionen
    We have in Germany a lot of people with a Polish surname! Many Polish immigrants came in the beginning of the 20th century for working in the Ruhr area.
    I think your assumption that the belt has a relation to "ostbatallionen" because of a Polish name is a just wild guess.

    Best,
    Guido

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    Adrian Stevenson, thanks for your help, I'll try to find it out, it will be a hard work, because the leather is a bit damaged.

    Guido, thanks for sharing with us the history of these Polish immigrants. I've tought to that (since a part of Poland was part of the German empire until ww1), too, but I did not know this history.

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