WW2 Soviet Russian Belts and Buckles
You will find here collectibles like: RKKA, enlisted men leather belt in length of 97 cm., RKKA NCO's leather waist belt, early pre-war made, Red Army/ Soviet leather waist belt.
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Soviet Navy pre war brass buckle for enlisted personnel of the Soviet fleet. Very good worn condition
Very nice Soviet Russian ier’s trench art made buckle for use with regular German trophy leather belt. The buckle is massive brass made with separate engraved star. One of a kind!
RKVMF Russian naval buckle. The belts hook are broken. Found at the attic. Little bit cleaned. Typical ww2 or pre-war made brass buckle.
M 43 Railway /VOSO troops, steel buckle, fastened to the trophy German leather belt. Attic found condition, untouched! Interesting example of wearing combination.
Very good condition, worn M 35 belt with star brass buckle for commanding crew/ officers of RKKA. Length 90 cm.
Very good quality and condition RKKA pre war leather belt for enlisted personnel. 110 cm
US made lend lease Soviet leather belt in size 120 cm. Fair condition.
Very good condition M 32 officers belt with round end. Pre-war or early postwar production. Size 80 cm
M 47 Militia completed belt and buckle. In good condition
Brass M 36 Soviet belt and buckle for the military schools, mass worn during the war by the young officers who reach to the front after the school. Salty example.
Brass M 47 Militia (police) buckle, good condition .
Brass M 36 Soviet buckle for the military schools, similar was worn during the war by the young officers who just finished a school. Early postwar. .
Soviet Navy brass buckle early post war example, brass, well used.
Very nice M 36 buckle for the military schools, not widely but worn in WW2 period by officers after the ending the military schools, or by cadets who fought in trench lines in 1941 year. Very nice condition buckle
M47 Militia buckle, brass, good condition, rare due of 16 republics on the coat of arms instead of 15. Good un-cleaned condition with its nice patina.
Very nice M 36 belt and buckle for the military schools, not widely but worn in WW2 period by officers after the ending the military schools, or by cadets who fought in trench lines in 1941 year. Well worn example. Hard to find ww2 pattern!