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Please help identify/authenticate Gott Mit Uns belt buckle

Article about: Hello Group, I recently got this belt buckle and am wondering if it is original. There is a maker's mark there that runs parallel with the catch but it is quite buried under the paint. All I

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    Default Please help identify/authenticate Gott Mit Uns belt buckle

    Hello Group,
    I recently got this belt buckle and am wondering if it is original. There is a maker's mark there that runs parallel with the catch but it is quite buried under the paint. All I can make out is C. T........... not even sure about the "T". As always, any help would be much appreciated!
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    The buckle is original and it is marked 'C.T.D.' and a year (probably 1941).
    CTD stands for Christian Theodor Dicke of Lüdenschied.

    Best,
    Guido

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    Very nice and original buckle by CTD
    Ben

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    Nice catch

    Nick
    "In all my years as a soldier, I have never seen men fight so hard." - SS Obergruppenfuhrer Wilhelm Bittrich - Arnhem

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