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    New, my third potato patt zelt and a dulux model OR parade belt and buckle 60's period
    Last edited by reneblacky; 12-09-2015 at 07:43 AM.

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    Hi Renč!

    Great to see that belt!
    I am looking for ages for this kind of belt ...it is the only variation I am missing among the belts!

    What size did you manage to find? Does it have a "good" length? (i.e. 100 or more centimetres)

    Cheers,

    Alex

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    Quote by comune1aclasse View Post
    Hi Renč!

    Great to see that belt!
    I am looking for ages for this kind of belt ...it is the only variation I am missing among the belts!

    What size did you manage to find? Does it have a "good" length? (i.e. 100 or more centimetres)

    Cheers,

    Alex
    G'day Alex
    It's a 90cm and good enough for my mannequins, I'd love to see your belt variations?

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    Hi René,

    I took pictures of the variations of the uniform belt for enlisted men and NCOs, that I have in my collection.
    I will start with the buckles. We can notice the difference of the pebbling...thicker and thinner. Also the spikes are of three different kinds.
    You can also notice the difference of construction of the closing hook.

    -sewn on
    -riveted

    When the closing system changed from buckle/loop-belt/hook to buckle/hook-belt/loop the loop was always riveted to the leather of the belt. These loops can also be found painted in black.

    Further on I would like to show you a belt which is not properly military..but I think it is worth to be shown here.
    It is a belt for civiian use and it is interesting how it is made. First of all the leather quality is not as good as the quality used for military belts and second it is tanned black also on the reverse. The stamp reveals us that theese belts costed 5,90 Mark.
    Civilian belts came with a plain pebbled buckle... the one I pictured does not belong to that belt (obviously)

    Last but not least a very particular, controversial and discussed belt.... These belts showed up some 15 years ago in huge quantity and nobody knows precise information about them.
    It is made of the same nylon canvas of the grey field belts. Same webbing, same thickness, same everything....but made in black!!
    This belt has already widely been discussed on other forum and somebody says these were used by the Berufsfeuerwehr (Fire Department), other say they were part of the new uniform regulation which was planned for the 1990s and were meant to replace the leather belt....
    So basically as the UTV gear....produced but never really issued....

    Cheers,

    Alex
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    ,,,

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  8. #197

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    Gee Wiz Alex, a superb reference Thank You Most Kindly for your time and effort!!

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    Quote by reneblacky View Post
    New for today - 85 dated para OR jacket and a pair of blank dog tags
    Xmas pressy from the Wifey (Well?!?) completed the OR para set

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    That looks cool!!

    ....thanks for showing!

    Cheers,

    Alex

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    nice belt rene' and nice pressie from the missus how to tell if its 1960's issue mate

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