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Luftwaffe Officers service belt and two claw buckle

Article about: Hi Guys, I thought I would share this with you here before I sell it in the forum classified ads. The belt is 6cm wide and 90cm long. The leather is a little stiff from storage but good pre-

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    Hi Guys, I thought I would share this with you here before I sell it in the forum classified ads.

    The belt is 6cm wide and 90cm long. The leather is a little stiff from storage but good pre-war quality.

    It was once lined with blue grey woolen material, which has sadly been mothed away, all but a tiny fragment near the buckle end. Having a cloth lined belt was a more expensive optional extra. What I did find interesting was the ink marking: "LWM Uetersen" ( Luftwaffenmuseums Uetersen). When the Museum moved to Berlin Gatow in 1995 many items were sold off. During the war Uetersen was once a large Luftwaffe base in Northern Germany.

    The buckle is "DRGM" marked.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    A nice example Ade!
    Ralph.
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    That is a nice belt Ade and nice to see markings on it, a lot of these were never marked very good find
    Ben

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    same as I am wearing on my avatar,nice belt.

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    Very nice!....
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    Thanks Guys. Now in the classified ads.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    The belt is now winging it's way to the USA.
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    It is a nice belt Ade, nice condition with nice markings
    Ben

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