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1939 KM Belt - Brown

Article about: Howdy guys. I do not see many of these for sale so decided to pick it up when posted for sale recently. Belt is in great condition, and I was about to put on a KM buckle I have, and noticed

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    Default 1939 KM Belt - Brown

    Howdy guys. I do not see many of these for sale so decided to pick it up when posted for sale recently. Belt is in great condition, and I was about to put on a KM buckle I have, and noticed from the belt holes this belt has never had a belt buckle added
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    That is a cracking belt Jeff, probably one of the best I have seen, very very nice mucker
    Ben

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    Thanks Ben, and yes, when I saw the belt for a reasonable price, relative to KM items, I grabbed it.

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    a very nice belt well done.

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    Well, for the 1st time in 75 years this belt is matched to a buckle. I'll upgrade the KM buckle one day, but for now it still makes a nice, early set
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    Great belt
    Best regards
    Iván

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    A nice mint KM buckle will go well with that belt 😊
    Ben

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    Ben, mint or near mint...agree!

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    Great looking belt. I didn't realize the Navy ever used brown belts. The Luftwaffe switched from brown to black and the KM must have changed around the same time. I have a 1941 black KM marked belt, so I guess the change over was late 39 or early 40.

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    That will look good on a mint KM tunic, together with a mint buckle.
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