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Imperial German Grey Steel Belt & Buckle, interesting sewing holes?

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    Default Re: Imperial German Grey Steel Belt & Buckle, interesting sewing holes?

    Quote by CCMJR View Post
    This belt was originally a cavalry Säbelkoppel and as Herveparis indicates, was reworked at some point, having the attached sword strap removed and the keeper changed to the pattern for the box buckle. So, I don't find it out of the question, that upon repair it was reissued with a Prussian buckle. The original buckle would have been an open faced, brass mounted troops buckle anyway.

    Many thanks for that, appreciated. I love belts and buckles with a bit of wear and use, much more interesting to me...

    I'm not sure what the mounted troops buckle would look like, any pics???

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