Z1069 Cut End of German Belt with Aluminum Keeper
Description: Nice excavated portion of a German belt. This part was cut from the original. A few of these and buckles were discovered in a hospital trashpit in Carville, France. I am unsure if this one is maker marked but is similar to the other one listed which is manufactured by Assmann.
Measures: 1.75" x 2"
Recovered: Lower Normandy in Carville France
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