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B008.  Waffen-SS EM Belt Buckle.  Nice looking wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's belt buckle having a pleasing "been there" look, with the paint finish rating at about 90 percent... (Pictures)

B011.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt and Buckle.  Nice worn example of a Waffen-SS belt and buckle in "as found" condition.  The buckle is an unmarked O & C wartime silver paint over steel example and the belt has no markings except for the original owner's name which is hard to make out.  The belt has some age to it but is not brittle although it could use some leather treatment, but I chose to leave it as I found it.  Super looking salty combat worn set that talks to you... (Pictures)

B013.  Early SS EM Belt Buckle by O and C.  Super looking early nickel SS enlisted man's belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Excellent super looking piece with crisp details... (Pictures)

B019.  SS EM Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Early SS Enlisted Man's Belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  It is believed that this belt buckle design first appeared in 1927 and was exclusively made by O &  C (Overhoff and Cie) from 1927 until 1931.  Up till that time the SS wore the SA design buckle.  From 1931 onwards O & C was still the principal maker of this buckle but other makers appeared because of an increasing demand for the SS EM buckle.  This super looking example is made of nickel and is of the earliest quality.  These examples are getting hard to come by.  This piece is an indirect vet purchase.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B020.  Waffen-SS EM Belt Buckle...Near-Mint.  This super looking wartime near-mint Waffen-SS EM Belt Buckle is unmarked and was made by Overhoff and Cie, a principal producer of these buckles from 1927.  This example is in super near-mint condition and has over 95 percent of the original finish.  It would be hard to upgrade this example.  Crisp and clean die strike.  Excellent and Near-Mint... (Pictures)

B022.  Waffen-SS EM Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's belt buckle.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This is a steel example with silver paint.  This example retains about 30 percent of the original finish on the front and about 70 percent of the original finish to the reverse.   The detail to the eagle and wreath and lettering is crisp.  Nice looking worn original example with a "been there" look that you will never have to worry about.  No doubt this piece saw action.  Originals such as this are getting tough to find.  Nice example with a very pleasing  look... (Pictures)

B023.  SS EM Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch."  Early SS Enlisted Man's Belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  It is believed that this belt buckle design first appeared in 1927 and was exclusively made by O &  C (Overhoff and Cie) from 1927 until 1931.  Up till that time the SS wore the SA design buckle.  From 1931 onwards O & C was still the principal maker of this buckle but other makers also began to produce the buckle because of an increasing demand for the SS Enlisted Man's buckle.  This super looking example is made of nickel and is of the earliest quality.  These examples are getting hard to find.  This piece is an indirect vet purchase.  Super looking early example of the highest quality... (Pictures)

B029.  Waffen-SS EM Buckle by "RODO".  Desirable SS Enilsted Man's Buckle by "RODO".  RODO SS EM buckles are among the only ones to be found in field gray.  You also will find a few Assmann made pieces that are finished in field gray but they are quite scarce.  This example has most of the paint worn from the front (common with RODO SS buckles as the paint was not very durable) with about 80 percent of the finish remaining on the reverse.  Nice recent pickup associated purely with the Waffen-SS that came out well into the war..  See pictures... (Pictures)

B037.  SS EM Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch."  Early SS Enlisted Man's Belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  It is believed that this belt buckle design first appeared in 1927 and was exclusively made by O &  C (Overhoff and Cie) from 1927 until 1931.  Up till that time the SS wore the SA design buckle.  From 1931 onwards O & C was still the principal maker of this buckle but other makers also began to produce the buckle because of an increasing demand for the SS Enlisted Man's buckle.  This super looking example is made of nickel and is of the earliest quality.  This piece is in excellent condition for its age.  Super looking early example of the highest quality... (Pictures)

B038.  Waffen-SS EM Belt Buckle by "RODO" with Belt.  Super looking Waffen-SS EM Belt Buckle by "RODO" with Belt.  This type of buckle was produced by the maker that marked their buckles "RODO" probably sometimes from 1943 onwards and is often associated with the Waffen-SS.  I have also seen army buckles with this maker mark.  The color of this buckle is field gray.  Much of the finish has worn from the front with most remaining on the back of the buckle.  This is common for RODO SS buckles.  The belt has been shortened by an inch or so, which was not too uncommon as the soldiers by the end of the war were quite trim.  Super looking Waffen-SS belt and buckle set by a very desirable maker.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B040.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RODO".  Desirable SS Enlisted Man's Buckle by "RODO".  RODO SS EM/NCO buckles are among the only ones to be found in field gray.  You also will find a few Assmann made pieces that are finished in field gray but they are quite scarce.  This example has most of the paint worn from the front (common with RODO SS buckles as the paint was not very durable and I believe they did not use primer on the metal) with about 80 percent of the finish remaining on the reverse while about 20 percent remains on the front..  Nice recent pickup associated purely with the Waffen-SS that came out well into the war that surely has that "been there" look.  A nice original Waffen-SS example.  Getting scarce.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B041.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1940, which was also the first year that SS EM/NCO belt buckles were produced in steel, with SS EM/NCO buckle construction in prior years being from nickel and then aluminum and eventually a few were even made in zinc.  Buckles with this code number are found reproduced and originals such as this example are getting scarce to find available for sale.  This example retains about 30 percent of the silver wash finish to the front and about 80 percent of the finish to the reverse and no-doubt saw actionSee pictures... (Pictures)

B046.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This is a steel example with silver paint.  This example retains about 90 percent of the original finish.   The detail to the eagle and wreath and lettering is crisp.  Nice looking original example with little wear.  Recent indirect veteran pickup.  Originals such as this are getting tough to find.  Nice example with a very pleasing  look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B047.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This is a steel example with silver paint.  Most of the paint has worn from the front with only about 5 percent remaining.  About 40 percent of the paint remains on the reverse.  The catch on this example has been repaired.  The repair is extremely strong.  The detail to the eagle and wreath and lettering is crisp.  Nice looking original example with honest wear that no doubt saw plenty of action.  Priced accordingly due to repaired catch.  See pictures...  (Pictures)

B050.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt and Buckle.  Nice example of a Waffen-SS belt and buckle.  The buckle and belt were found together.  The belt is marked to a Vienna maker "SATLERLAGO WIEN 42" and the buckle is not marked but is a wartime example made by Overhoff and Cie.  The buckle retains about 85 percent of the original finish and the belt is in great shape for its age with the leather being supple.  Nice set.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B051.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt and Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  Nice looking aluminum example of an SS EM/NCO'S Belt and Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  "822" signifies the maker code and "38" is the year of production, 1938.  This example saw combat use and has honest wear.  A scarce desirable original of a style often reproduced in this decade.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B053.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  Desirable Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS" in field gray.  The field gray color has however worn off the front of the buckle and only remains on the back.  The maker code is very lightly stamped under the prong bar and can only be seen with a good eye or magnification.  The mark is so light that at first when I saw the buckle I thought it was not maker marked at all.  This was a vet family purchase from the son of a vet who was present at the liberation of a concentration camp.  I have no information on what camp.  Nice desirable field gray example by Assmann missing from many collections.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B056.  Early Nickel SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Great looking Early Nickel SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's Belt Buckle.  This example is not maker marked.  You usually find early examples that are marked to the Overhoff and Cie firm.  This example was  not made by that company and it was not clear who made this buckle.  It is possible that Assmann made these unmarked example, or some other company that did not hold the rights to produce these early examples and therefore did not maker mark them.  This is a rare and desirable early pattern by an unknown, as of yet, maker that is a must for any serious SS belt buckle collection.  Rare.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B061.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS" with Original SS-RZM Tag.  Super looking mint un-issued Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS" with Original SS RZM Tag.  This example retains all of the original paint with only minor storage wear.  This was a recent  indirect veteran purchase and is for the collector who wants the absolute best for his collection.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B065.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Early SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  It is believed that this belt buckle design first appeared in 1927 and was exclusively made by O &  C (Overhoff and Cie) from 1927 until 1931.  Up till that time the SS wore the SA design buckle.  From 1931 onwards O & C was still the principal maker of this buckle but other makers also began to produce the buckle because of an increasing demand for the SS Enlisted Man's buckle.  This super looking example is made of nickel and is of the earliest quality.  These examples are getting hard to find.  This piece is in excellent condition for its age.  This piece is interesting in that it is very hard to make out the complete maker's name.  There are two possible reasons for this...1).  The name was stamped in lightly or 2) Overhoff sold some of their production to another firm who then buffed out the Overhoff name and re-sold the pieces to the SS...at any rate this is an interesting and super looking early example of the highest quality for the advanced collector.  See pictures...  (Pictures)   

B066.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Early SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  It is believed that this belt buckle design first appeared in 1927 and was exclusively made by O &  C (Overhoff and Cie) from 1927 until 1931.  Up till that time the SS wore the SA design buckle.  From 1931 onwards O & C was still the principal maker of this buckle but other makers also began to produce the buckle because of an increasing demand for the SS Enlisted Man's buckle.  This super looking example is made of nickel and is of the earliest quality.  These examples are getting hard to find.  This piece is in excellent condition for its age. This piece has a pleasing look and some verdigris on the inside from where a belt was attached for years.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B067.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  Desirable Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  This example is maker marked under the prong bar.  This example has the catch missing but could be restored.  This piece was a vet bring-back and was on a brown political belt.  The color on this buckle is a dark gray, almost black color.  I believe this was caused either by the buckle being exposed to fire (such as being in a burning vehicle), or by some sort of odd oxidation to the finish.  The buckle being exposed to great temperature could explain why the catch is not present.  As this was an indirect vet pickup I will never know the story.  An interesting piece.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B069.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/39 SS" with Leather Tab.  Nice looking combat-worn SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/39 SS" with Leather Tab.  SS EM/NCO belt buckles never came with a leather tab from the factory but examples have been observed out of the woodwork with tabs so no doubt the SS soldiers had these tabs attached as a matter of personal preference.  This buckle was made in 1939 by the Overhoff firm.  This is a textbook example with a nice salty "been-there" look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B070.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/39 SS".  Super looking aluminum SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/39 SS" that retains over 90 percent of the original silver paint and has very light wear.  Many of these aluminum alloy buckles have the paint worn off exposing the aluminum.  This is a great looking piece with a crisp die strike and a textbook example of a buckle that is often reproduced.  This buckle was made in 1939 by the Overhoff firm of Ludenscheid.  See pictures... (Pictures)    

B071.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by OVERHOFF AND CIE, Full Name, Name Ground Off Type.   This is believed to be the earliest production SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle made by the Overhoff firm of Ludenscheid.  It is believed that this belt buckle design first appeared in 1927 and was exclusively made by O &  C (Overhoff and Cie) from 1927 until 1931.  Up till that time the SS wore the SA design buckle.  From 1931 onwards O & C was still the principal maker of this buckle but other makers also began to produce the buckle because of an increasing demand for the SS Enlisted Man's buckle.  This super looking example is made of nickel and is of the earliest quality.  This example is known as the "full name version" as the full company name and city are written out in two lines.  This writing however was ground off, although you can still make out some of the lettering.  I am of the belief that these buckles with the ground off lettering are examples that were bought by other firms such as Assmann to fulfill contractual obligations to the SS.  This is an excellent variation for the specialized collector.  This piece is in excellent condition for its age. This piece has a pleasing look and some verdigris on the inside from where a belt was attached for years.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B072.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch."  Early SS Enlisted Man's /NCO's Belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  It is believed that this belt buckle design first appeared in 1927 and was exclusively made by O &  C (Overhoff and Cie) from 1927 until 1931.  Up till that time the SS wore the SA design buckle.  From 1931 onwards O & C was still the principal maker of this buckle but other makers also began to produce the buckle because of an increasing demand for the SS Enlisted Man's buckle.  This super looking example is made of nickel and is of the earliest quality.  These examples are getting hard to find.  Super looking early example of the highest quality... (Pictures)

B077.  Waffen-SS EM Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's belt buckle.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This is a steel example with silver paint.  This example retains about 90 percent of the original finish on the front and about 90 percent of the original finish to the reverse.   The detail to the eagle and wreath and lettering is crisp.  Nice looking honest worn original example with a "been there" look that you will never have to worry about.  No doubt this piece saw action.  Originals such as this are getting tough to find.  Nice example with a very pleasing  look with honest wear to the highlights... (Pictures)

B080.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's belt buckle.  This example has all of the silver paint worn off the face of the buckle and no-doubt saw plenty of action.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  The detail to the eagle and wreath and lettering is crisp.  Nice looking honest worn original example with a "been there" look that you will never have to worry about.  Originals such as this are getting tough to find.  Nice example with a very pleasing  look... (Pictures)

B090.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's belt buckle.  This example retains about 20 percent of the silver paint finish to the front and about 70 percent of the silver paint finish to the reverse.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  The detail to the eagle and wreath and lettering is crisp.  Nice looking honest worn original example with a "been there" look that you will never have to worry about.  Originals such as this are getting tough to find.  Nice example with a very pleasing  look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B096.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1940, which was also the first year that SS EM/NCO belt buckles were produced in steel, with SS EM/NCO buckle construction in prior years being from nickel and then aluminum and eventually a few were even made in zinc.  Buckles with this code number are found reproduced and originals such as this example are getting scarce to find available for sale.  This example retains about 25 percent of the silver wash finish to the front and about 80 percent of the finish to the reverse and no doubt saw actionThis is a great looking salty honest example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B098.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt and Buckle.  Nice looking worn Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt and Buckle.  The buckle is a nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's belt buckle.  This example retains about 70 percent of the silver paint finish to the front and about 90 percent of the silver paint finish to the reverse.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  The detail to the eagle and wreath and lettering is crisp.  Nice looking honest worn original example with a "been there" look that you will never have to worry about.  Originals such as this are getting tough to find.  Nice example with a very pleasing  look.  The leather belt has matching wear and is definitely worn.  It has a size stamp of  "95" and was cut down from a size "100" during the period.  There is also a "1915" marking under the leather tab area.  This could be a date and the belt could have eventually been re-issued to the Waffen-SS.  The leather tongue on this belt has been period re-attached.  A super looking set in "as-found" condition.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B114.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1940, which was also the first year that SS EM/NCO belt buckles were produced in steel, with SS EM/NCO buckle construction in prior years being from nickel and then aluminum and eventually a few were even made in zinc.  Buckles with this code number are found reproduced and originals such as this example are getting scarce to find available for sale.  This example retains about 40 percent of the silver wash finish to the front and most of the gray primer to the front and about 80 percent of the finish to the reverse and no doubt saw actionThis is a great looking salty honest example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B119.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt and Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  Nice looking aluminum example of an SS EM/NCO'S Belt and Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  "822" signifies the maker code and "38" is the year of production, 1938.  This example saw a good amount of combat use and has honest wear.  A scarce desirable original of a style often reproduced in this decade.  This example was a recent indirect veteran pickup.  This is for the collector who wants items that have that true "been-there" look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B134.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1943. Buckles with this code number are found reproduced and originals such as this example are getting scarce to find available for sale.  This example retains about 40 percent of the gray finish to the front and about 60 percent of the finish to the reverse and no doubt saw actionThis is a great looking salty honest example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B154.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/non-commissioned officer's belt buckle.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This is a steel example with silver paint.  The front of this example has lost most of its finish while about 70 percent of the original finish remains on the reverse.   The detail to the eagle and wreath and lettering is crisp.  Nice looking worn original example with a "been there" look that you will never have to worry about.  No doubt this piece saw action.  Originals such as this are getting tough to find.  Nice example with a very pleasing look... (Pictures)

B155.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's belt buckle.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This is a steel example with silver paint.  This example retains about 50 percent of the original finish to the front and 50 percent of the original finish to the reverse.  The detail to the eagle and wreath and lettering is crisp.  Nice looking original example with honest wear.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B158.  Waffen-SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "RZM SS OLC 36/43".  Great looking zinc Waffen-SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "RZM SS OLC 36/43".  This example is usually associated with the Waffen-SS as opposed to the aluminum versions which could be used by both the general SS and the Waffen-SS.  This piece has a period repaired catch and you can see wear patterns to the inside of the catch indicating a fair amount of period use.  This is an honest combat worn example.  Original SS Officer buckles are extremely hard to find and are often reproduced.  I am pricing this at about half of what it would go for if not for the period-repaired catch at a bit more than what a much more available EM/NCO example would go for.  This example really has a lot of character and a great "been there" look.  The buckle retains about 90 percent of the original silver wash and has a great look and crisp details.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B161.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  Desirable Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  The maker code is  lightly stamped under the prong bar. 90 percent of the gray phosphate-like finish remains to the front giving this buckle a good look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B162.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This is a steel example with silver paint.  This example retains about 90 percent of the original finish.   The detail to the eagle and wreath and lettering is crisp.  Nice looking original example with little wear.  Originals such as this are getting tough to find.  Nice example with a very pleasing  look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B163.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Early SS Enlisted Man's Belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  It is believed that this belt buckle design first appeared in 1927 and was exclusively made by O &  C (Overhoff and Cie) from 1927 until 1931.  Up till that time the SS wore the SA design buckle.  From 1931 onwards O & C was still the principal maker of this buckle but other makers also began to produce the buckle because of an increasing demand for the SS Enlisted Man's buckle.  This super looking example is made of nickel and is of the earliest quality.  These examples are getting hard to find.  This piece is in excellent condition for its age and has a pleasing patina.  Super looking early example of the highest quality... (Pictures)

B164.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Buckle by "J.F.S.".  Desirable SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's by "J.F.S".  "J.F.S" marked SS EM/NCO's buckles are among the scarcest SS belt buckles.  This piece has seen some combat wear and the finish rates at about 70 percent.  This piece has a good look and is for the specialist SS buckle collector.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B165.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Early SS Enlisted Man's Belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  It is believed that this belt buckle design first appeared in 1927 and was exclusively made by O &  C (Overhoff and Cie) from 1927 until 1931.  Up till that time the SS wore the SA design buckle.  From 1931 onwards O & C was still the principal maker of this buckle but other makers also began to produce the buckle because of an increasing demand for the SS Enlisted Man's buckle.  This example was either a battlefield recovery, ground dug or recovered from a fire... (Pictures)

B167.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/39 SS".  Nice looking aluminum SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/39 SS" that has a leather tab that was applied by the original owner.  Many of these aluminum alloy buckles have the paint worn off exposing the aluminum.  This is a great looking piece with a crisp die strike and a textbook example of a buckle that is often reproduced.  This buckle has seen some combat wear and has wear to the highlights.  This buckle was made in 1939 by the Assmann firm of Ludenscheid.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B174.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  Nice Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  The maker code is  lightly stamped under the prong bar. All of the paint is gone from the front of this example but most remains on the reverse.  See Pictures... (Pictures)

B176.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch." with Buckle Tab and Belt.  Interesting SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch." with Buckle Tab and Belt.  The buckle tab was no-doubt period-added by the original owner of the buckle as it was not done at the factory but you will find SS buckles that survived the war in this manner.  A nice early set that was no-doubt worn well into the wartime era with a pleasing green patina to the buckle.  The belt is a size "110".  See pictures... (Pictures)

B187.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS" with Anodized Phosphate Finish in Field Gray, Minty!  This Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS" with Anodized Phosphate Finish is the finest buckle by this maker that I have had and only the second with this type of anodized finish that I have had.  The other example I have had is number B067 in my archives section and that buckle was in a rough condition.  These buckles utilized brass based solder in the attachment of the catch.  These buckles had a finish similar to the phosphate anodizing found on firearms.  This buckle is in great shape with storage wear only.  This buckle is for the collector who desires the best in his collection.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B202.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/39 SS".  Salty combat-worn aluminum SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/39 SS".  This is a great looking piece with a lot of character and that "been there" look and a textbook example of a buckle that is often reproduced.  This piece was made by the Assmann firm.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B206.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM SS 35/36".  Early SS Enlisted Man's /NCO's Belt buckle by "RZM SS 35/36".  It is believed that this belt buckle design first appeared in 1927 and was exclusively made by O &  C (Overhoff and Cie) from 1927 until 1931.  Up till that time the SS wore the SA design buckle.  From 1931 onwards O & C was still the principal maker of this buckle but other makers also began to produce the buckle because of an increasing demand for the SS Enlisted Man's buckle.  This super looking example is made of nickel and is of the earliest quality and was made by Overhoff and Cie in 1935.  The buckles marked in this manner by this maker are tough to find.  This example has some honest wear but nevertheless this is a very scarce buckle of the highest quality.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B207.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle with M-44 Rubber Belt.  Recent indirect vet pickup Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle with M-44 Rubber Belt.  The leather tongue on the belt is maker marked and dated, although the wording is hard to make out but the date is a date in the 1940's.  This set came together this way from the vet.  The buckle, although unmarked, was made by Overhoff and Cie.  An outstanding late-war set.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B223.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  Great looking Combat worn aluminum SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS" that has a good honest worn look.  The measurements on this aluminum alloy example confirm with original examples.  A scarce original of a style often reproduced.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B224.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/42 SS".  Nice looking wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle maker marked to "RZM 36/42 SS".  The code on this buckle represents the Overhoff and Cie firm and the year of production which was 1942.  Maker marked steel pieces by Overhoff and Cie are very rare and this is only the second that I have owned.  You will however see a good amount of copies with this marking.  The copies, of course, are made with the wrong dies.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.   The detail to the eagle and wreath and lettering is crisp.  A nice looking original example with a rare maker mark that has honest wear that no doubt saw some action and has a good look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B229.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "J.F.S.".  Nice looking wartime steel Waffen-SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's belt buckle by "JFS".  Much of the paint on this example has worn off as no-doubt this piece saw combat action but about 30 percent of the paint does remain, mainly on the reverse and the front recessed areas.  SS buckles by this maker are very hard to find.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B230.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  Much of the paint has worn off this front of this Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS" although a good amount remains on the reverse .  The maker code is  lightly stamped under the prong bar.  I have not attempted to clean this combat-worn example.  See Pictures... (Pictures)

B236.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/42 SS".  Nice looking wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle maker marked to "RZM 36/42 SS".  The code on this buckle represents the Overhoff and Cie firm and the year of production which was 1942.  Maker marked steel pieces by Overhoff and Cie are very rare and this is only the third that I have owned.  You will however see a good amount of copies with this marking.  The copies, of course, are made with the wrong dies.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.   The detail to the eagle and wreath and lettering is crisp.  A nice looking original example with a rare maker mark that has honest wear that no doubt saw some action and has a good look.  Most of the paint has worn from the front of this example but much remains on the reverse.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B244.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  Nice combat-worn Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  This example retains about 10 percent of the original paint to the front and 70 percent of the original paint to the reverse.  The maker of this buckle is the Assmann firm.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B248.  SS Marked Belt for EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  This SS Marked Belt was issued in 1939 and at one time had an aluminum buckle.  You can see this by the wear patterns on the leather at the tongue area where the aluminum from the prongs has rubbed onto the leather.  The stitching that holds the belt hook has come loose but this is interesting as it shows that this aluminum hook is the original hook as you can see where the aluminum rubbed against the leather.  The SS runes have stretched into a very slight oval shape due to the stretch of the belt tongue from wear patterns.  I believe this belt was worn throughout the entire war.  Original marked SS belts such as this example are extremely rare.  This belt also has the name of the original owner lightly scratched into the leather.  The tongue was once moved by about 4 cm when either the belt was re-issued or the original wearer lost weight.  A rare belt that would go great with your aluminum buckle.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B250.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RODO".  Desirable Waffen-SS Enlisted Man/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt Buckle by "RODO".  RODO SS EM/NCO's belt buckles are among the only ones to be found in field gray.  This example has about 30 percent of the paint remaining on the front with about 70 percent of the finish remaining on the reverse.  Nice recent pickup associated purely with the Waffen-SS that came out well into the war.  This example was never before in a collection.  See pictures... (Pictures)  

B253.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Early SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  It is believed that this belt buckle design first appeared in 1927 and was exclusively made by O &  C (Overhoff and Cie) from 1927 until 1931.  Up till that time the SS wore the SA design buckle.  From 1931 onwards O & C was still the principal maker of this buckle but other makers also began to produce the buckle because of an increasing demand for the SS Enlisted Man's buckle.  This super looking example is made of nickel and is of the earliest quality.  These examples are getting hard to find.  This piece was never before in a collection.  Super looking early example of the highest quality... (Pictures)  

B259.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle, "Hammerhead" Version.  Early nickel SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle known as the "Hammerhead" version because of the style of the head.  This example is an extremely rare style of SS EM/NCO's belt buckle and this piece is of the earliest production.  This is only the second such example I have owned.  This rare example is absolutely correct and this style is verified as original by my friend, SS buckle specialist JP Redeuilh  who is currently working on a site that will be exclusively devoted to the study of SS buckles.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B262.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Buckle by "J.F.S.".  Desirable SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's by "J.F.S".  "J.F.S" marked SS EM/NCO's buckles are among the rarest SS belt buckles that you will find.  This piece has an excellent finish that rates at over 96 percent.  This piece has a great look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B264.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Early SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  It is believed that this belt buckle design first appeared in the early 1930s and was exclusively made by O &  C (Overhoff and Cie) at first.  Up until that time the SS wore the SA design buckle.  From 1931 onwards O & C was the principal maker of this buckle but other makers also began to produce the buckle because of an increasing demand for the SS Enlisted Man's buckle.  This super looking example is made of nickel and is of the earliest quality.  These examples are getting hard to find.  This example has a slight bend at the lower portion of the prong bar that is not detractive but present.  Super looking early example of the highest quality... (Pictures)

B267.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  Nice looking Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  This buckle still has a fair amount of the finish remaining as you can see on the pictures.  The maker code is correctly stamped on the reverse under the prong bar in the correct format.  A fine combat-worn example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B277.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Early SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  It is believed that this belt buckle design first appeared in the early 1930s and was exclusively made by O &  C (Overhoff and Cie) at first.  Up until that time the SS wore the SA design buckle.  From 1931 onwards O & C was the principal maker of this buckle but other makers also began to produce the buckle because of an increasing demand for the SS Enlisted Man's buckle.  This super looking example is made of nickel and is of the earliest quality.   Super looking early example of the highest quality that was never before in a collection... (Pictures)

B285.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "OVERHOFF & CIE LUDENSCHEID GES. GESCH.".  Early nickel SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "OVERHOFF & CIE LUDENSCHEID GES. GESCH.".  It is believed that this belt buckle design first appeared in the early 1930s and was exclusively made by O &  C (Overhoff and Cie) at first.  Up until that time the SS wore the SA design buckle.  From 1931 onwards O & C was the principal maker of this buckle but other makers also began to produce the buckle because of an increasing demand for the SS Enlisted Man's buckle.  This example is missing the prong bar assembly and appears to be a battlefield pickup as it has pitting. These examples with the full maker mark are scarcer than the examples with the abbreviated markings.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B291.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1943. Buckles with this code number are found reproduced and originals such as this example are getting scarce to find available for sale.  This example retains about 70 percent of the silver finish to the front and about 90 percent of the finish to the reverseThis is a great looking salty honest example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B292.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1940, which was also the first year that SS EM/NCO belt buckles were produced in steel, with SS EM/NCO buckle construction in prior years being from nickel and then aluminum and eventually a few were even made in zinc.  This buckle came with the above SS buckle.  This example retains about 30 percent of the silver wash finish to the front and about 80 percent of the finish to the reverse and no doubt saw action.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B293.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1940, which was also the first year that SS EM/NCO belt buckles were produced in steel, with SS EM/NCO buckle construction in prior years being from nickel and then aluminum and eventually a few were even made in zinc.  This example has a bit of oxidation to the front of the buckle but it does have a nice patina.  I have not tried to clean this piece and left it as I found it.  This example retains about 30 percent of the silver wash finish to the front and about 80 percent of the finish to the reverse and no doubt saw action.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B304.  SS EM/NCO'S Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  Nice looking aluminum alloy example of an SS EM/NCO'S Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  "822" signifies the maker code and "38" is the year of production, 1938.  This example saw combat use and has honest wear.  A scarce desirable original of a style often reproduced in this decade.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B305.  SS EM/NCO'S Buckle by "RZM 36/39 SS".  Nice looking aluminum alloy example of an SS EM/NCO'S Buckle by "RZM 36/39SS".  "36" signifies the maker code and "39" is the year of production, 1939.  This example saw combat use and has honest wear.  This example was produced by the premier maker of SS belt buckles during the Third Reich Era, the firm of Overhoff and Cie of Ludenscheid.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B307.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1940, which was also the first year that SS EM/NCO belt buckles were produced in steel, with SS EM/NCO buckle construction in prior years being from nickel and then aluminum and eventually a few were even made in zinc.  This buckle came with the above SS buckle.  This example retains about 20 percent of the silver wash finish to the front and about 80 percent of the finish to the reverse.  This example has a great combat-worn look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B319.  Waffen-SS Belt Buckle with RB Marked and Dated Belt.  This Waffen-SS Belt Buckle with RB Marked and Dated Belt was a recent vet-estate purchase and was never before in a collection.  This set came together.  The belt is size marked "95" as well as being RB marked and dated "1943".  The belt has some age from storage but should clean up.  A great set that no-doubt was brought back this way.  The unmarked belt buckle is a silver paint over steel version and was made by the Overhoff and Cie firm.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B329.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This is a steel example with silver paint.  This example retains about 90 percent of the original finish.   The detail to the eagle and wreath and lettering is crisp.  This example has a fair amount of wear to the paint and no-doubt saw combat.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B334.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1943. Buckles with this code number are found reproduced and originals such as this example are getting scarce to find available for sale.  This example retains about 100 percent of the silver finish to the front and but there are some minor areas of surface oxidation from storage.  I believe this example was never issued.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B339.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM SS 35/36".  Early Nickel SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM SS 35/36".  This piece was made by the Overhoff and Cie firm in 1935 and is a tough to find marking.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B340.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/39 SS".  Aluminum SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/39 SS" that has no-doubt seen combat and better days.  Priced accordingly.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B341.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1943. Buckles with this code number are found reproduced and originals such as this example are getting scarce to find available for sale.  This example retains about 100 percent of the silver gray finish to the front with some storage wear.  I believe this example was never issued.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B342.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt and Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  Nice looking aluminum example of an SS EM/NCO'S Belt and Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  "822" signifies the maker code and "38" is the year of production, 1938.  This example saw combat use and has honest wear.  A scarce desirable original of a style often reproduced in this decade.  You will encounter three versions of the lettering for this maker code.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B345.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This is a steel example with silver paint.  This example retains about 95 percent of the original finish.   The detail to the eagle and wreath and lettering is crisp.  This example has a fantastic look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B352.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch." with "RZM" Stamping.  Interesting early nickel SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch." with "RZM" Stamping.  The "RZM" stamping was applied separately from the "O & C ges. gesch." marking and looks to be period done but I can not prove this so I am pricing the buckle as if it did not have the extra marking.  The "Z" in the "RZM" does not have the crossbar but this is also seen on period lettering.  I believe this is a transitional piece that was marked once RZM controls came into place.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B356.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/39 SS".  Nice looking aluminum SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/39 SS".  Many of these aluminum alloy buckles have the paint worn off exposing the aluminum leaving only trace amounts of paint such as on this combat-worn example.  This is a great looking piece.  This buckle has seen some combat use.  This buckle was made in 1939 by the Assmann firm of Ludenscheid.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B357.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This is a steel example with silver paint.  This example has the initials "D K" engraved on the reverse.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B359.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1940, which was also the first year that SS EM/NCO belt buckles were produced in steel, with SS EM/NCO buckle construction in prior years being from nickel and then aluminum and eventually a few were even made in zinc.  This buckle has a good combat-worn look and was a recent vet-estate pickup.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B366.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/39 SS".  Great looking aluminum SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/39 SS".  This is a great looking piece with a lot of character and that "been there" look and a textbook example of a buckle that is often reproduced.  This piece was made by the Assmann firm in 1939.  This is a recent vet-family purchase by yours truly.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B367.  SS EM/NCO's Buckle by "RODO".  Desirable SS EM/NCO's Buckle by "RODO".  RODO SS EM/NCO's buckles are among the only ones to be found in field gray/green.  You also will find a few Assmann made pieces that are finished in field gray/green.  This example has about 20 percent of the paint on the front (common with RODO SS buckles as the paint was not very durable and I believe they did not use primer on the metal) with about 80 percent of the finish remaining on the reverse.  A good looking example associated with the Waffen-SS.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B368.  SS EM/NCO's Belt and Buckle.  Nice looking combat-worn SS EM/NCO's Belt and Buckle.  This belt is the wartime style that was made without the tongue and is size stamped "100" as well as being maker stamped although the maker stamp is hard to read.  The buckle is a wartime made steel version and although being unmarked was made by Overhoff and Cie.  This set came together.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B369.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Great looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This is a steel example with silver paint.  This example retains about 95 percent of the original finish.   The detail to the eagle and wreath and lettering is crisp.  This is a great looking example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B382.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS", Type One.  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1940, which was also the first year that SS EM/NCO belt buckles were produced in steel, with SS EM/NCO buckle construction in prior years being from nickel and then aluminum and eventually a few were even made in zinc.  Buckles with this code number are found reproduced and originals such as this example are getting scarce to find available for sale.  This example retains close to all of the original finish with the only wear being from storage as I doubt this piece was ever worn.  This is the scarce "Type One" Variant and the first I have owned.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B383.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This example has little of the paint left to the front but has acquired a fine patina.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B392.  SS EM/NCO's Belt and Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  This complete ensemble came out of a sealed bunker that was opened a few years ago on the Demjansk line.  The region in which this bunker was located indicates that in all likelihood this set came from a Totenkopf Panzer Grenadier Unit.  This set originally came from a well respected relic hunter based in Poland.  The buckle itself has some surface oxidation and the belt has some shrinkage but the set is in fairly decent shape for being sealed in a bunker for over 50 years.  The belt is size marked "95" and "115" having been no-doubt re-issued.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B398.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This is a steel example with silver paint.  This example retains about 90 percent of the original finish.   This piece has a good look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B399.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This example has a great combat worn look and was brought back by a vet that was at Dachau.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B400.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Early SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  It is believed that this belt buckle design first appeared in the early 1930s and was exclusively made by O &  C (Overhoff and Cie) at first.  Up until that time the SS wore the SA design buckle.  From 1931 onwards O & C was the principal maker of this buckle but other makers also began to produce the buckle because of an increasing demand for the SS Enlisted Man's buckle.  This super looking example is made of nickel and is of the earliest quality and retains most of the original finish which is often found polished off down to the nickel on these examples.  These examples are getting hard to find.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B401.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS" in Green.  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1943. Buckles with this code number are found reproduced and originals such as this example are getting scarce to find available for sale.  This example retains about 80 percent of the original green finish to the front and over 90 percent to the reverse.  Assmann produced a limited number of SS buckles with a green finish this year and these are quite scarce and desirable.  This example came from a vet that was at Dachau and also brought back a quantity of Dachau clothThis is a great looking example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B402.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This example has had the paint worn from the front and has no-doubt seen much combat.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B403.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS" with Mouse Gray Finish.  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1943. Buckles with this code number are found reproduced and originals such as this example are getting scarce to find available for sale.  This example retains about 70 percent of the original mouse gray finish to the front and over 80 percent to the reverse.  Assmann buckles are usually found with a matte silver finish but you will find them in green and a mouse gray colorThis is a great looking example with a "been-there" look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B404.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This example has a great combat worn look and was brought back by a vet that was at Dachau.  This vet brought back three SS buckles and an amount of SS cloth.  This buckle retains over 95 percent of the original finish.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B422.  SS EM/NCO's Buckle by "RODO".  Desirable SS EM/NCO's Buckle by "RODO".  RODO SS EM/NCO's buckles are among the only ones to be found in field gray/green.  You also will find a few Assmann made pieces that are finished in field gray/green.  This example has about 75 percent of the paint on the front with about 80 percent of the finish remaining on the reverse.  A good looking example associated with the Waffen-SS.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B423.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1940, which was also the first year that SS EM/NCO belt buckles were produced in steel, with SS EM/NCO buckle construction in prior years being from nickel and then aluminum and eventually a few were even made in zinc.  This example has a decent finish.  This example retains over 95 percent of the finish overall.  This is a good looking SS Belt Buckle.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B424.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This example has a great look and retains over 90 percent of the original finish.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B425.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1940, which was also the first year that SS EM/NCO belt buckles were produced in steel, with SS EM/NCO buckle construction in prior years being from nickel and then aluminum and eventually a few were even made in zinc.  This example has a decent finish.  This example retains over 95 percent of the finish overall.  This is a good looking SS Belt Buckle.  This maker code is often reproduced.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B426.  Zinc SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/42 SS".  This die cast zinc alloy SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/42 SS" is only the second I have owned.  This is an extremely rare buckle that was produced in a very limited quantity.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B435.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C Ges. gesch.".  Early SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C Ges. gesch.".  It is believed that this belt buckle design first appeared in the early 1930s and was exclusively made by O &  C (Overhoff and Cie) at first.  Up until that time the SS wore the SA design buckle.  From 1931 onwards O & C was the principal maker of this buckle but other makers also began to produce the buckle because of an increasing demand for the SS Enlisted Man's buckle.  This is a great looking example that was a recent pickup.  These examples are getting hard to find.  This example has a variant maker mark with a capital "G" in "Ges.".  See pictures... (Pictures)

B444.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1943.  This example has a great finish in gray paint that rates at close to 100 percent.  This is a great looking SS Belt Buckle.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B449.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1940, which was also the first year that SS EM/NCO belt buckles were produced in steel, with SS EM/NCO buckle construction in prior years being from nickel and then aluminum and eventually a few were even made in zinc.  Buckles with this code number are found reproduced and originals such as this example are getting scarce to find available for sale.  This example has a great combat worn look and no-doubt saw action.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B468.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This example has none of the paint left on the front but a good amount remaining to the reverse.  See pictures... (Pictures) 

B516.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1940, which was also the first year that SS EM/NCO belt buckles were produced in steel, with SS EM/NCO buckle construction in prior years being from nickel and then aluminum and eventually a few were even made in zinc.  This example has a good combat worn look with most of the paint being worn from the front and having acquired a nice patina.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B540.  SS EM/NCO's Buckle by "RODO".  Desirable SS EM/NCO's Buckle by "RODO".  RODO SS EM/NCO's buckles are among the only ones to be found in field gray/green.  You also will find a few Assmann made pieces that are finished in field gray/green.  This example has about 40 percent of the paint on the front with about 70 percent of the finish remaining on the reverse.  A good looking example associated with the Waffen-SS.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B541.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1943.  This example has a good combat worn look with most of the paint being worn from the front and having acquired a nice patina with about 70 percent of the original paint remaining to the reverse  See pictures... (Pictures)

B568.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This example has a great honest combat worn look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B571.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1943.  This example has honest wear to the finish with a good honest combat-worn look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B573.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/42 SS".  This Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/42 SS" has been chrome plated by the vet who prized his war relic.  This plating can easily be removed by an outfit that plates metals as the procedure that is used to plate metals is simply reversed but I will leave that to the buyer should they choose.  This is a scarce maker mark as by far the wartime SS EM/NCO belt buckles made by Overhoff & Cie are found without markings.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B574.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/38 SS".  Aluminum SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/38 SS" with cast-in catch.  This example shows evidence of combat use and cleaned oxidation to the front.  This style has been reproduced in Europe but the size and other features are incorrect.  A scarce original example with a good look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B601.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Great looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This example has retains most of the original finish.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B605.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Great looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This example has a good combat-worn look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B606.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  This steel SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS" was produced by the Assmann firm in 1943.  This example has a good look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B607.  SS EM/NCO's Buckle by "RODO".  Desirable SS EM/NCO's Buckle by "RODO".  RODO SS EM/NCO's buckles are among the only ones to be found in field gray/green.  You also will find a few Assmann made pieces that are finished in field gray/green.  This example has about 50 percent of the paint on the front with about 70 percent of the finish remaining on the reverse.  A good looking example associated with the Waffen-SS.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B633.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/40 SS".  Aluminum SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/40 SS" with some honest wear and a ding to the lower front bottom that is present but not detractive.  This piece came out of the woodwork recently.  A scarce original example with a good look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B636.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1943. Buckles with this code number are found reproduced and originals such as this example are getting scarce to find available for sale.  This example retains most of the original mouse gray finish but the catch has been lost to time and the piece has been priced accordingly with the example still being in excellent shape and a good representative example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B681.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This example has a good look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B682.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C Ges. gesch.".  Early SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C Ges. gesch.".  It is believed that this belt buckle design first appeared in the early 1930s and was exclusively made by O &  C (Overhoff and Cie) at first.  Up until that time the SS wore the SA design buckle.  At first O & C was the principal maker of this buckle but other makers also began to produce the buckle because of an increasing demand for the SS Enlisted Man's buckle.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B686.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This example has a good combat-worn look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B702.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt and Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  Nice looking aluminum example of an SS EM/NCO'S Belt and Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  "822" signifies the maker code and "38" is the year of production, 1938.  This example saw a good amount of combat use and has honest wear.  A scarce desirable original of a style often reproduced in this decade.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B726.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime steel-based Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This example has a good combat-worn look.  See pictures...  (Pictures)

B754.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1943.  This example has a good combat worn look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B755.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  Good looking Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS" being a steel-based example produced by the Assmann firm in 1943.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B756.  Zinc SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/42 SS".  This die cast zinc alloy SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/42 SS" is one of the very few I have owned.  This is a rare SS buckle that was produced in a limited quantity.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B764.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C Ges. gesch.".  Early SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C Ges. gesch.".  It is believed that this belt buckle design first appeared in the early 1930s and was exclusively made by O &  C (Overhoff and Cie) at first.  Up until that time the SS wore the SA design buckle.  From 1931 onwards O & C was the principal maker of this buckle but other makers also began to produce the buckle because of an increasing demand for the SS Enlisted Man's buckle.  This example has an indentation at the left center wreath but this could come out with some TLC but I would leave it as this is how I purchased it.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B780.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This is a steel example with silver paint.  This example retains over 90 percent of the original finish.   This piece has a good look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B781.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This is a steel example with silver paint.  This example retains over 90 percent of the original finish.   This piece has a good look.  See pictures... (Pictures) 

B782.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This is a steel example with silver paint.  This example retains over 90 percent of the original finish.   This piece has a good look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B783.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  This steel SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS" was produced by the Assmann firm in 1940.  This example has a good combat-worn look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B786.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C Ges. gesch.".  Early SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C Ges. gesch.".  It is believed that this belt buckle design first appeared in the early 1930s and was exclusively made by O &  C (Overhoff and Cie) at first.  Up until that time the SS wore the SA design buckle.  From 1931 onwards O & C was the principal maker of this buckle but other makers also began to produce the buckle because of an increasing demand for the SS Enlisted Man's buckle.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B787.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by OVERHOFF AND CIE, Full Name, Name Ground Off Type.   This is believed to be the earliest production SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle made by the Overhoff firm of Ludenscheid.  This example is known as the "full name version" as the full company name and city are written out in two lines.  This writing however was ground off, although you can still make out some of the lettering.  I am of the belief that these buckles with the ground off lettering are examples that were bought by other firms such as Assmann to fulfill contractual obligations to the SS.  This is an excellent variation for the specialized collector.  This piece is in excellent condition for its age.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B794.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS", Type One.  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1940, which was also the first year that SS EM/NCO belt buckles were produced in steel, with SS EM/NCO buckle construction in prior years being from nickel and then aluminum and eventually a few were even made in zinc.  This example shows some surface oxidation and is priced accordingly.  See pictures... (Pictures)  

B795.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS", Type One.  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1940, which was also the first year that SS EM/NCO belt buckles were produced in steel, with SS EM/NCO buckle construction in prior years being from nickel and then aluminum and eventually a few were even made in zinc.  This example was at one time entirely nickel-plated and the right wreath area shows some damage.  See pictures... (Pictures) 

B798.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt and Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  Nice looking aluminum example of an SS EM/NCO'S Belt and Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  "822" signifies the maker code and "38" is the year of production, 1938.  This example has a good look.  See pictures... (Pictures)  

B799.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This is a steel example with much of the silver paint being worn off no-doubt seeing a lot of combat use.   This piece has a good look.  See pictures... (Pictures) 

B800.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  This steel SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS" was produced by the Assmann firm in 1940.  This example has a good combat-worn look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B804.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This piece has a good look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B806.  SS EM/NCO's Buckle by "RODO".  Good looking SS EM/NCO's Buckle by "RODO".  RODO SS EM/NCO's buckles are among the only ones to be found in field gray/green.  You also will find a few Assmann made pieces that are finished in field gray/green.  This example has about 60 percent of the finish remaining.  A good looking example associated with the Waffen-SS.  See pictures... (Pictures) 

B818.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  Aluminum SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS" that has an honest combat worn look and no-doubt saw action.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B827.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1940, which was also the first year that SS EM/NCO belt buckles were produced in steel, with SS EM/NCO buckle construction in prior years being from nickel and then aluminum and eventually a few were even made in zinc.  This example has a good combat worn look with most of the paint being worn from the front and having acquired a nice patina recently coming out of the woodwork.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B834.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/39 SS".  Great looking aluminum SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/39 SS" that retains close to 100 percent of the original silver-gray paint being an example sold by my friend and well-respected dealer Bill Shea maybe 20 years ago.  This example was made by the Assmann firm in 1939 being an example that would be hard to upgrade showing mainly storage wear.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B835.  SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "ELJ".  Good looking zinc-based SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "ELJ" being made by Emil Jüttner of Ludenscheid around 1943.  This example has a great look.  The zinc keeper has been lost to time.  See pictures... (Pictures) 

B836.  SS EM/NCO's Buckle by "RODO".  Desirable SS EM/NCO's Buckle by "RODO" having a period repaint to a deep black color being a recent piece that came out of the woodwork.  A good looking example associated with the Waffen-SS having a lot of character.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B862.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS" with Capture Papers.  Aluminum SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS" that has an honest combat worn look and no-doubt saw action complete with the original capture papers listing all the war souvenirs that the vet that brought this buckle had returned.  This buckle has an interesting modification to the end of the prongs done by the original owner.  This vet was in the Fifth Infantry Division.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B880.  SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "ELJ".  Good looking zinc-based SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "ELJ" being made by Emil Jüttner of Ludenscheid around 1943.  This example has a great look with most of the silver wash remaining.  The zinc keeper has been lost to time but this is a common occurrence with examples by this maker as the keepers were made from a zinc alloy that turned brittle over time.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B885.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C Ges. gesch.".  Early SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C Ges. gesch." being made of nickel.  It is believed that this belt buckle design first appeared in the early 1930s and was exclusively made by O &  C (Overhoff and Cie) at first.  Up until that time the SS wore the SA design buckle.  From 1931 onwards O & C was the principal maker of this buckle but other makers also began to produce the buckle because of an increasing demand for the SS Enlisted Man's buckle.  See pictures... (Pictures) 

B890.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Good looking unmarked wartime SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This piece has a finish that rates at about 90 percent.  See pictures... (Pictures) 

B891.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1940, which was also the first year that SS EM/NCO belt buckles were produced in steel, with SS EM/NCO buckle construction in prior years being from nickel and then aluminum and eventually a few were even made in zinc.  This example has a good combat worn look with most of the paint being worn from the front and having acquired a nice patina.  See pictures... (Pictures) 

B894.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1940, which was also the first year that SS EM/NCO belt buckles were produced in steel, with SS EM/NCO buckle construction in prior years being from nickel and then aluminum and eventually a few were even made in zinc.  This example has a good combat worn look with most of the paint being worn from the front and having acquired a nice patina having never before been in a collection.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B895.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C Ges. gesch.", Name Ground-Off Variant.  Nice looking early nickel-based SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C Ges. gesch." name ground off variant.  This is a scarce variant where the "O & C" was factory ground off.  You will also see the name removed on the buckles by this maker with the full name spelled out.  This was possibly done as some production was sold to other companies for contractual obligations to the SS.  This is a fairly scarce variant.  See pictures... (Pictures) 

B922.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era having a good combat-worn look.  See pictures... (Pictures) 

B931.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era having a good combat-worn look.  See pictures... (Pictures) 

B967.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS" with Original SS-RZM Tag.  Super looking mint un-issued Waffen-SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS" with Original SS RZM Tag.  This example retains most of the original paint with only minor storage wear.  This is a great looking example and hard to find with the tag.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B968.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "J.F.S.".  Great looking wartime steel Waffen-SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's belt buckle by "JFS" retaining about 95 percent of the original paint being one of the harder makers to find for an SS belt buckle with this being a super looking example.  SS buckles by this maker are fairly hard to find.  See pictures... (Pictures)  

B969.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/42 SS", Minty!  Great looking wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle maker marked to "RZM 36/42 SS" being in overall mint condition having the most minor of storage wear only being a recent indirect vet-estate pickup being made by Overhoff and Cie and an example that would be very hard to upgrade being in overall mint condition  See pictures... (Pictures)

B979.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle.  Early nickel SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by a maker and in a pattern that is very scarcely encountered with this example being in overall excellent condition.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B980.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/38 SS".  Aluminum SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/38 SS" with cast-in catch.  This example has crisp details and a good look.  Originals of this style have been getting tough to find lately.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B985.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by OVERHOFF AND CIE, Full Name/Motto Version, Minty!   Great looking early nickel SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by OVERHOFF AND CIE being the much scarcer version with the name fully written out in capital letters as well as having the city etc. fully written out.  This example still retains about 100 percent of the original matte frosted silver paint on the front and was no-doubt an un-issued example being a piece that would be hard to upgrade.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B993.  SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "RZM 24".  Great looking early nickel SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "RZM 24" with original prong assembly. See pictures... (Pictures)

B995.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C Ges. gesch.".  Early SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C Ges. gesch.".  It is believed that this belt buckle design first appeared in the early 1930s and was exclusively made by O & C (Overhoff and Cie) at first.  Up until that time the SS wore the SA design buckle.  From 1931 onwards O & C was the principal maker of this buckle but other makers also began to produce the buckle because of an increasing demand for the SS Enlisted Man's buckle.  This is a good looking example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1002.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "J.F.S.".  Nice looking wartime steel Waffen-SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's belt buckle by "JFS" having a good combat-worn look being one of the harder makers to find for an SS belt buckle with this company being a producer being based in occupied Czechoslovakia in Gablonz.  SS buckles by this maker are fairly hard to find.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1010.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked steel-based wartime SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era having a good combat-worn look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1011.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS", Type 3.  Good looking aluminum-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS" type 3.  In this year this maker had wo large style fonts and one small style font as being offered here and known as the "Type 3".  Study the details on this original example such as the line on the reverse at the prong area.  This example is in overall very good condition.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1014.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/42 SS", Minty!  Great looking wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle maker marked to "RZM 36/42 SS" being in overall mint condition having the most minor of storage wear to the swastika and a minor scratch on the front bottom right only being a recent indirect vet-estate pickup along with another one by the same maker that I sold recently being made by Overhoff and Cie and an example that would be very hard to upgrade.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1015.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle, Early Variant.  Early nickel SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by a maker and in a pattern that is very scarcely encountered with this example being in overall excellent condition.  The reverse catch has come loose at one point but this could be easily remedied although I left it as I found it as this is not detractive.  This is known as the "fat eagle" variant.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1018.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked steel-based wartime SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era having a good look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1020.  SS EM/NCO's Buckle by "RODO",  Ground-Recovered.  This SS EM/NCO's Buckle by "RODO" was ground recovered in Latvia a good two decades ago.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1033.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked steel-based wartime SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era having a good combat-worn look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1034.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1940, which was also the first year that SS EM/NCO belt buckles were produced in steel, with SS EM/NCO buckle construction in prior years being from nickel and then aluminum and eventually a few were even made in zinc.  This example has a good combat worn look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1035.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS" with Mouse-Gray Finish.  This steel-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS" was produced by the Assmann firm in 1943 having the less encountered mouse-gray finish.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1053.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS", Type 3.  Good looking aluminum-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS" type 3.  In this year this maker had two large fonts and one small font with there being two large style fonts and one small style font as being offered here and known as the "Type 3".  Study the details on this original example such as the line on the reverse at the prong area.  This example is in overall very good condition.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1059.  SS EM/NCO's Belt and Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked steel-based wartime SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era having a good look along with its original belt with steel fitting with the belt being rb number coded.  This set was picked up from the son of the vet and was brought back this way.  A great set.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1063.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  This steel-based example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1943, with this example  having a good combat-worn look.  See pictures... (Pictures)  

B1064.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS", Type 3.  Good looking aluminum-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS" type 3.  In this year this maker had two large fonts and one small font with there being two large style fonts and one small style font as being offered here and known as the "Type 3".  Study the details on this original example which is in overall excellent condition.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1069.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle, by "SS 57 RZM".  Early nickel SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "SS 57 RZM" being an indirect vet-estate pickup by a maker that is not often encountered.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1072.  SS EM/NCO's Buckle by "RODO".  Good looking SS EM/NCO's Buckle by "RODO".  RODO SS EM/NCO's buckles are among the only ones to be found in field gray/green.  You also will find a few Assmann made pieces that are finished in field gray/green.  This example has about 50 percent of the finish remaining to the front and 80 percent at the reverse with this piece having a strong maker-mark strike.  A good looking example associated with the Waffen-SS.  See pictures...  (Pictures)

B1073.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS", Minty!  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1940, which was also the first year that SS EM/NCO belt buckles were produced in steel, with SS EM/NCO buckle construction in prior years being from nickel and then aluminum and eventually a few were even made in zinc.  This example has a minty condition with storage wear only and would be hard to upgrade.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1074.  Transitional SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch." with "RZM" Stamping.  Hard to find early nickel SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch." with "RZM" Stamping being a transitional example between the switch-over from the fully named version to the fully RZM-coded versions with this only being the second example I have owned.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1080.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/39 SS".  Nice looking aluminum SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/39 SS" being a piece made by the Assmann firm in 1939.  See pictures... (Pictures)  

B1081.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS", Type One.  Good looking steel-based SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS", Type One having an honest combat-worn look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1098.  SS EM/NCO's Buckle by "RODO".  Good looking SS EM/NCO's Buckle by "RODO in field gray/green with the great looking distinctive RODO eagle.  This example has about 40 percent of the finish remaining to the front and 70 percent at the reverse.  A good looking example associated with the Waffen-SS.  See pictures... (Pictures)  

B1102.  SS EM/NCO's Buckle by "RZM 24".  Beautiful early nickel SS EM/NCO's Buckle by "RZM 24" that has never before been in a collection made circa 1934 being a hard maker to locate in overall excellent condition.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1105.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS", with Period Replaced Prong Sleeve.  Good looking aluminum-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS" having a period replaced prong sleeve and prongs.  These were done with some effort with what appear to be bronze and/or brass material.  The prong bar and rivets are original to the buckle.  This is how the piece came from the vet-estate and I have priced it accordingly.  A good looking example in overall very good condition.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1119.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C Ges. gesch.".  Early nickel SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C Ges. gesch.".  It is believed that this belt buckle design first appeared in the early 1930s and was exclusively made by O & C (Overhoff and Cie) at first.  Up until that time the SS wore the SA design buckle.  From 1931 onwards O & C was the principal maker of this buckle but other makers also began to produce the buckle because of an increasing demand for the SS Enlisted Man's buckle.  This is a great looking example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1134.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle, Final Version.  Great looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This piece has a finish that rates at about 95 percent on the front never having had any paint on the reverse with this die variant having been the last produced by O and C.  See pictures... (Pictures) 

B1135.  SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "ELJ".  This zinc-based SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "ELJ" being made by Emil Jüttner of Ludenscheid around 1943 is a ground recovered example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1151.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Great looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This piece has a finish that rates at about 90 percent showing some honest wear having a good look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1153.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C Ges. gesch.".  Early nickel SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C Ges. gesch.".  It is believed that this belt buckle design first appeared in the early 1930s and was exclusively made by O & C (Overhoff and Cie) at first.  Up until that time the SS wore the SA design buckle.  From 1931 onwards O & C was the principal maker of this buckle but other makers also began to produce the buckle because of an increasing demand for the SS Enlisted Man's buckle.  This is a great looking example having some verdigris on the front that could clean up easily.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1160.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/38 SS".  Nice looking aluminum-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/38 SS" being an example has crisp details and a good look.  Originals of this style have been getting tough to find.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1166.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/43", with Replaced Prongs.  Hard to find wartime SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle maker marked to "RZM 36/43 SS" having had the prongs at one time replaced possibly during the war.  This is a key maker code to locate with these buckles being much scarcer than an "RZM 36/42" marked example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1173.  Waffen-SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime Waffen-SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle that has had two holed drilled into it by the vet to apply to a display board.  This type came out in 1940 and is generally associated with the Waffen-SS.  These unmarked examples were made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1182.  SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "RZM SS OLC 36/43".  Great looking zinc-based Waffen-SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "RZM SS OLC 36/43" in excellent condition retaining about 97 percent of the original silver-paint finish being a recent indirect vet-estate pickup in New York State.  This example is usually associated with the Waffen-SS due to the wartime production of 1943 as opposed to the aluminum versions which could be used by both the general SS and the Waffen-SS.  This is a great looking piece in a condition not normally found.  The catch on this example is pressed down and I am not going to touch it as that would risk damaging it and this is not detractive.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1202.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  This aluminum-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS" is a ground recovered example that still displays well.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1204.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS", Green Version.  Nice looking and hard to find steel-based  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS" being the green-painted version by Assmann.  Assmann used a light green paint on their green-version buckles with this example retaining about 30 percent of the original green paint.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1205.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS", Green Version.  Nice looking and hard to find steel-based  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS" being the green-painted version by Assmann.  Assmann used a light green paint on their green-version buckles with this example retaining about 80 percent of the original green paint.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1212.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  Nice looking steel-based  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS" by Assmann having a finish that rates at about 90 percent.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1215.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  This aluminum-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS" is a ground recovered example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1216.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  This steel-based example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1940, which was also the first year that SS EM/NCO belt buckles were produced in steel, with SS EM/NCO buckle construction in prior years being from nickel and then aluminum and eventually a few were even made in zinc with this piece having a good combat worn look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1217.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  Nice looking steel-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS" retaining about 60 percent of the original paint on the front and 90 percent on the reverse having a great look.  See pictures...  (Pictures)

B1221.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Great looking unmarked wartime steel-based SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's belt buckle associated with the Waffen-SS with these unmarked examples being made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This piece has a finish that rates at about 95 percent showing some honest wear having a good look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1222.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C Ges. gesch.".  Early nickel SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C Ges. gesch." showing some wear with the maker mark partially being visible at the buckle front due to it being strongly struck.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1243.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Good looking unmarked wartime steel-based SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's belt buckle associated with the Waffen-SS with these unmarked examples being made by Overhoff and Cie, which was a major producer of SS belt buckles during the entire Third Reich era.  This piece has a finish that rates at about 95 percent showing some honest wear having a good look.  See pictures... (Pictures)  

B1244.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  Nice looking steel-based  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS" by Assmann having a finish that rates at about 90 percent.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1268.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  Nice looking steel-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS" having a good combat-worn look retaining 20 percent of the finish to the front and 80 percent on the reverse.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1277.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS", Type One.  Great looking SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS", Type One, being a steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1940, which was also the first year that SS EM/NCO belt buckles were produced in steel, with SS EM/NCO buckle construction in prior years being from nickel and then aluminum and eventually a few were even made in zinc during the war years.  This example shows storage wear only.  See pictures... (Pictures)  

B1278.  SS EM/NCO's Buckle by "RODO".  Good looking steel-based SS EM/NCO's Buckle by "RODO" having an above average finish rating at over 85 percent with  RODO SS EM/NCO's buckles being among the only ones to be found in field gray/green.  You also will often find buckles by this maker lacking the finish to the front or the surviving finish being quite weak.  This is an outstanding example with regard to the condition.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1279.  SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "RZM SS OLC 36/38".  This aluminum-based SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "RZM SS OLC 36/38" is a ground-recovered example that displays fairly well.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1290.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM SS 35/36".  This nickel-based S EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM SS 35/36" is a ground-recovered example that makes a decent display.  See pictures... (Pictures)  

B1292.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "J.F.S.".  Nice looking wartime steel Waffen-SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's belt buckle by "JFS"  being one of the harder makers to find.  See pictures...  (Pictures)

B1309.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Great looking early nickel SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch." in excellent condition produced circa 1933.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1316. SS EM/NCO's Buckle by "RODO".  Nice looking steel-based SS EM/NCO's Buckle by "RODO" having a painted green finish to the front that rates at about 40 percent and 80 percent at the back with RODO SS EM/NCO's buckles being among the only ones to be found in field gray/green.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1317.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS" with Anodized Finish.  Good looking SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS" having an anodized finish rather than the usual painted finish almost giving the piece a look of bare metal.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1324. SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Good looking early nickel SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch." having a pleasing patina.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1339.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/37 SS", Type-One.  Nice looking aluminum-based example of an SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/37 SS", Type-One with "822" signifying the maker code and "37" being the year of production, 1937.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1344.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/38 SS",  with RZM Marked Belt.  Nice looking aluminum-based SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/38 SS" with RZM Marked Belt with the belt having an aluminum fitting and measuring 40 inches/102cm.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1347.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/42 SS", Type 3.  Good looking steel based SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle maker marked to "RZM 36/42 SS" being the "Type 3" and this designation based on the look of the maker code having a good honest combat-worn look being made by Overhoff and Cie in 1942.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1348.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle, "Hammerhead" Version,  Type 1.  Early nickel SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle known as the "Hammerhead" version because of the style of the head with this being the "Type 1" and the designation being based on the reverse fittings with this being one of the harder to find early SS buckles. See pictures... (Pictures)

B1368.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Good looking unmarked wartime steel-based SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's belt buckle by Overhoff and Cie having a nice combat worn look yet still retaining a fair amount of the original finish. See pictures... (Pictures)

B1369.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Good looking unmarked wartime steel-based SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's belt buckle by Overhoff and Cie having a nice combat worn look showing a fair amount of wear. See pictures... (Pictures)

B1373.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Good looking unmarked wartime steel-based SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's belt buckle by Overhoff and Cie having a strong finish that rates at about 95 percent. See pictures... (Pictures) 

B1374.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Good looking early nickel SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch." having a pleasing patina.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1375.  SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Great looking early nickel SS Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch." retaining a good amount of the original finish being a fairly hard piece to locate and quite desirable.  See pictures... (Pictures) 

B1383.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/42 SS", Type 1, Choice!  Great looking steel based SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle maker marked to "RZM 36/42 SS" being the "Type 1" and this designation based on the look of the maker code with this example being in choice condition having storage  wear  only being made by Overhoff and Cie in 1942. See pictures... (Pictures)

B1384.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch." with Patent Leather, Felt-Lined Belt.  Good looking early nickel SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch." with Patent Leather, Felt-Lined Belt with this set coming out of the woodwork this way and likely being together since day one and being correct.  The belt measures 99cm/ 39 1/4 inches long and the original belt tongue appears to have been at one time re-stitched as the original stitching probably came loose.  This is a great original set from the early days of the SS.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1385.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Good looking unmarked wartime steel-based SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's belt buckle by Overhoff and Cie having a nice look. See pictures... (Pictures)

B1386.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS" in Green.  This steel example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1943 and was finished in green however the green only remains to the reverse having been worn from the front during combat wear. See pictures... (Pictures)

B1395.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Good looking early nickel SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch." .  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1422.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Good looking early nickel SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1429.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Nice looking unmarked wartime steel-based SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's belt buckle by Overhoff and Cie having a good look with a decent finish. See pictures... (Pictures)

B1459.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Good looking early nickel SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1467.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Good looking early nickel SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  See pictures... (Pictures) 

B1468.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by OVERHOFF AND CIE, Full Name/Motto Version.  Nice looking early nickel SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by OVERHOFF AND CIE being the much scarcer version with the name fully written out in capital letters as well as having the city etc. fully written out.  This example has a great look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1475.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/40 SS".  Great looking aluminum-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/40 SS" with only minor honest wear from use being in overall excellent condition and a less often encountered code with this example retaining over 80 percent of the painted finish.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1477.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS", Type 3.  Great looking aluminum-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS" type 3 having the original paint finish remaining and rating at about 98 percent being an example that would be hard to upgrade showing little use except from storage handling.  In this year this maker had two large fonts and one small font with there being two large style fonts and one small style font as being offered here and known as the "Type 3".   See pictures... (Pictures)

B1490.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  Nice looking steel-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS" by Assmann.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1543.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Good looking early nickel SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch." having a pleasing patina.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1544.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Good looking early nickel SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch." having a pleasing patina with the maker mark done in a different font than the above example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1545.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "D.R.G.M., O & C Ges. gesch.".  Good looking early nickel SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "D.R.G.M., O & C Ges. gesch." with this being an very early piece by this maker as it has the "D.R.G.M." markings intact at the back of the wreath and also having a variant font used for the maker's marking.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1546.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  Nice looking steel-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS" by Assmann.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1547.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS", Dark-Green Paint Variant.  Nice looking steel-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS" by Assmann being the Dark-Green Paint Variant showing some oxidation at the right side but otherwise being a good looking and scarce pattern.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1548.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RODO".  Nice looking steel-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RODO" having finish that rates at about 60 percent to the front and 90 percent at the back.  See pictures...  (Pictures) 

B1549.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  This aluminum-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS" shows some honest wear and has a good look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1550.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/__ SS".  Nice looking aluminum-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/__ SS" with the date being unreadable likely to a worn die as I see no signs of the date ever being on the buckle so it did not wear off indicating the die was likely clogged as you also can not clearly make out the runes with this piece being an interesting study.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1561.  SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "RZM SS OLC 36/39".  Good looking aluminum-based SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "RZM SS OLC 36/29" in excellent condition for its age showing honest use.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1564.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/42 SS", Minty!  Fantastic SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle maker marked to "RZM 36/42 SS" being in overall mint condition having the most minor of storage wear only being made by Overhoff and Cie and an example that would be very hard to upgrade being in overall mint condition for the collector who wants the best.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1565.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RODO".  Nice looking steel-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RODO" having finish that rates at about 40 percent to the front and 85 percent at the back.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1566.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/39 SS".  This aluminum-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/39 SS" is a ground-recovered example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1570.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Good looking unmarked wartime steel-based SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's belt buckle by Overhoff and Cie having a nice combat-worn look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1571.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Good looking unmarked wartime steel-based SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's belt buckle by Overhoff and Cie having a nice combat-worn look. See pictures... (Pictures)

B1572.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Good looking unmarked wartime steel-based SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's belt buckle by Overhoff and Cie having a nice combat-worn look. See pictures... (Pictures)

B1577.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  Nice looking aluminum-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS" having a good combat-worn look displaying well.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1583.  SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "RZM SS OLC 36/43".  Good looking zinc-based Waffen-SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "RZM SS OLC 36/43" in excellent condition retaining about 85 percent of the original silver-paint finish being a recent indirect vet-estate pickup.  This example is usually associated with the Waffen-SS due to the wartime production of 1943 as opposed to the aluminum versions which could be used by both the general SS and the Waffen-SS.  This is a great looking example.  See pictures... (Pictures)  

B1584. SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle, Early Nickel Unmarked Variant.  Nice looking SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle being an early nickel example by a maker that is not known to me with this being a quite scarce SS buckle.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1586.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RODO".  This steel-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RODO" is a ground-recovered example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1589.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Good looking unmarked wartime steel-based SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's belt buckle by Overhoff and Cie having a nice combat-worn look. See pictures... (Pictures)

B1590.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  Nice looking steel-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS" by Assmann having a finish that rates at about 60 percent.  See pictures... (Pictures)  

B1608.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/39 SS".  Nice looking aluminum-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/39 SS".  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1609.  Zinc SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/42 SS".  Hard to find die cast zinc alloy SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/42 SS" being a buckle that was produced in a limited quantity.  See pictures...  (Pictures)

B1610.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS", Type One.  Nice looking SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS", Type One having had a shrapnel hit to the front and little if any finish remaining but still making a good display and having a nice combat-worn look.  See pictures... (Pictures) 

B1616.  SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "RZM SS OLC 36/39".  Great looking aluminum-based SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "RZM SS OLC 36/29" being in excellent condition for its age showing honest light use.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1620.  SS Officer's Brocade Belt with SS/RZM Tag.  Good looking SS Officer's Brocade Belt with SS/RZM Tag measuring 106cm/ 42 inches.  The interior is lined with a fine green wool.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1624.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/42 SS".  Good looking steel based SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle maker marked to "RZM 36/42 SS" being the "Type 1" and this designation based on the look of the maker code with this example being made by Overhoff and Cie in 1942.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1625.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle, Excellent!  Great looking unmarked wartime steel-based SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's belt buckle by Overhoff and Cie being in excellent condition with a great finish. See pictures... (Pictures)

B1631.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle, Unknown Maker.  Good looking early nickel SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle being by a maker that has not yet been identified.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1642.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  Nice looking SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS", having lost a majority of the finish but having a pleasing patina to the metal.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1644.  SS EM/NCO's Belt and Buckle.  Good looking steel based SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle being an unmarked example by Overhoff & Cie and a belt that measures 90cm/ 35 1/2 inches.  This piece has a nice combat worn look.  The paint is gone from the front of the buckle but about 80 percent remains on the reverse.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1645.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/42 SS", Ground-Recovered.  Good looking zinc-based SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/42 SS" being a ground-recovered example of a scarce maker.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1646.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RODO".  Nice looking steel-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RODO" retaining about 60 percent of the original paint.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1647.  SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "RZM SS OLC 36/42".  Good looking zinc-based Waffen-SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "RZM SS OLC 36/42" in excellent condition showing some honest wear with the piece having crisp details.  The keeper is present and has been stretched from wear but is still sturdy as this maker used zinc that was of a high quality.  This example is usually associated with the Waffen-SS due to the wartime production of 1943 as opposed to the aluminum versions which could be used by both the general SS and the Waffen-SS.  This is a great looking example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1648.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by OVERHOFF AND CIE, Full Name/Motto Version.  Good looking early nickel SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by OVERHOFF AND CIE being the much scarcer version with the name fully written out in capital letters as well as having the city etc. fully written out.  This is a fairly uncommon variant.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1649.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS", Type 3.  Great looking aluminum-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS" type 3 having the original paint finish remaining and rating at about 100 percent being an example that would be hard to upgrade showing little use except from storage handling.  In this year this maker had two large fonts and one small font with there being two large style fonts and one small style font as being offered here and known as the "Type 3".  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1656.  SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "ELJ".  This good looking zinc-based SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "ELJ" being made by Emil Jüttner of Ludenscheid around 1943 is a ground-recovered example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1661.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "GZM M1/131".  Good looking early nickel SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "GZM M1/131" being a somewhat rare example probably made at Danzig with an interesting but correct code.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1662.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 24".  Good looking early nickel SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 24" being an example produced by Overhoff & Cie.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1663.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/43 SS".  Good looking steel based SS enlisted man's/NCO's belt buckle maker marked to "RZM 36/43 SS" being a somewhat hard marked buckle to find with this example being made by Overhoff and Cie in 1943.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1664.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "J.F.S.".  Nice looking steel-based SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's belt buckle by "JFS" being one of the harder makers to find. See pictures... (Pictures)

B1665.  SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "ELJ".  Good looking zinc-based SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "ELJ"  that was made by Emil Jüttner of Ludenscheid around 1943.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1666.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle, Early Variant.  Good looking early nickel SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle being an early variant as noted by the different design of the buckle.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1668.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Good looking unmarked wartime steel-based SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's belt buckle by Overhoff and Cie.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1671.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS" in AluminumNice looking SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS" by Assmann being the scarce version done in aluminum in this year before the majority of production was switched over to steel.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1679.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle, Early Variant by Frederick Keller of Oberstein.  Good looking early nickel SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle being an early variant made by Frederick Keller of Oberstein and one of the harder SS buckles to find with this example being incorrectly attributed to O and C in the Angolia series.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1683.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  Nice looking steel-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS" by Assmann having the majority of the finish worn at the front and about 40 percent  remaining at the back.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1691.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  Nice looking steel-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS" by Assmann.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1696.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  Nice looking aluminum-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1707.  SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "RZM SS OLC 36/38".  This aluminum-based example has been ground-recovered.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1713.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Good looking early nickel SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1714.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by Rudolf Fischer.  Good looking early nickel SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by Rudolf Fischer of Nixdorf in the Sudetenland.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1715.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/42 SS".  Hard to find die cast zinc alloy SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/42 SS" being a buckle that was produced in a limited quantity.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1718.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  Nice looking steel-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS" by Assmann.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1725.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "SS 57 RZM".  Good looking early nickel SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle "SS 57 RZM".  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1730.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Good looking unmarked wartime steel-based SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's belt buckle by Overhoff and Cie.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1736.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  Nice looking steel-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS" by Assmann.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1737.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS" with Original Belt.  Nice looking steel-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS" by Assmann with original 1944-dated leather belt being a set that I picked up from the vet's family.  The belt measures 98cm/ 38 1/2 inches.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1738.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle with Original Belt.  Nice looking steel-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle being an unmarked example by Overhoff and Cie with 1943 dated belt measuring 90cm/ 35 1/2 inches.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1739.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  Nice looking aluminum-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1740.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  This early nickel SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch." has a fair amount of light dings and scratches along the front surface.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1741.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RODO".  Nice looking steel-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RODO" having lost the majority of the finish to the front and retaining about 80 percent of the original paint at the reverse.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1742.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM SS 36/36.".  This is a somewhat scarce nickel SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle made by Overhoff and Cie in 1936.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1744.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C Ges. gesch.", Name Ground-Off Variant.  This early nickel-based SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C Ges. gesch." name ground off variant is in beautiful condition. This is a scarce variant where the "O & C" was factory ground off.  You will also see the name removed on the buckles by this maker with the full name spelled out.  This was possibly done as some production was sold to other companies for contractual obligations to the SS.  This is a fairly scarce variant.  See pictures... (Pictures)  

B1747.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RODO".  Nice looking steel-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RODO" having lost the finish to the front and retaining some of the original paint at the reverse.  See pictures... (Pictures)  

B1748.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Good looking unmarked wartime steel-based SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's belt buckle by Overhoff and Cie.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1750.  SS EM/NCO's Belt and Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  Good looking SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's belt buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS" complete with belt measuring 42 inches/ 102cm. See pictures... (Pictures)

B1775.  SS Officer's Buckle by "SS RZM 36/40 OLC".  Nice aluminum-based example having remains of the zinc-keeper.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1779.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  Nice looking aluminum-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS" having a good combat-worn look displaying well being a vet-family pickup by me.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1783.  SS EM/NCO'S "Fat Eagle" Belt Buckle.  Early nickel SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by a maker and in a pattern that is scarcely encountered.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1784.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt and Buckle by "RODO" Named to SS NCO.  Good looking original set brought back as-is that was picked up from the vet's family recently by a friend here in New York named to the Waffen-SS soldier on the belt.  The leather tab was a period modification to the buckle as SS buckles did not come this way from the factory.  A great set.  The belt is 39 1/4 inches (99.5cm) long.  This was worn by an SS-NCO as indicated by the abbreviation "SS-Fü" (SS-Leader) where the man did not give his full rank, IE He could have been a SS-Rottenführer, SS-Scharführer, etc, all NCO ranks.  See pictures... (Pictures)  

B1792.  SS EM/NCO's Buckle by "RZM 24".  Handsome early nickel SS EM/NCO's Buckle by "RZM 24" that has never before been in a collection made circa 1934 being a hard maker to locate.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1804.  SS EM/NCO'S  by "J.F.S." Belt Buckle.  Nice steel-based example by a tough to find maker.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1805.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by OVERHOFF AND CIE, Full Name/Motto Version.  Good looking early nickel SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by OVERHOFF AND CIE being the much scarcer version with the name fully written out in capital letters as well as having the city etc. fully written out.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1812.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  Great looking aluminum-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  I will provide the buyer with the the WW2 Motor Vehicle Permit of the US Veteran who brought this example back.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1851.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  Nice looking aluminum-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1852.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/38 SS", Double Struck Error!  Nice looking aluminum-based example being double struck with this being easily seen at the eagle where it shows twice.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1866.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "57 RZM SS GES. GESCH. M".  Hard to find early nickel buckle.  See pictures... (Pictures)  

B1879.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle, Late-War Anodized Finish.  Great looking steel-example by Overhoff and Cie having a weak silver anodized finish with the solder heat discoloration showing through at the front in un-issued condition.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1881.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS" in Mouse Gray.  This is an un-issued example in excellent condition with storage wear only in a hard to find color.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1884.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Good looking unmarked wartime steel-based SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's belt buckle by Overhoff and Cie having a nice look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1885.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Good looking unmarked wartime steel-based SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's belt buckle by Overhoff and Cie having a nice look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1895.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  Nice looking steel-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS" by Assmann.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1896.  SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "RZM SS OLC 36/38".  This aluminum-based example is in excellent condition retaining a majority of the original finish.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1900.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS" in Mouse Gray.  This is an un-issued example in excellent condition with storage wear only in a hard to find color.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1901.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  Nice looking steel-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS" by Assmann showing use.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1907.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RODO".  Nice looking steel-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RODO" having none of the original finish.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1913.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Good looking unmarked wartime steel-based SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's belt buckle by Overhoff and Cie having a nice combat-worn look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1921.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Marked "SS 48/37 RZM" and "CROUPON".  Rare textbook marked SS EM/NCO's Belt having been period lined with dark blue felt and marked at the catch metal fitting side measuring 99 cm/ 39 inches long.  This belt dates to 1937 and would display well with an aluminum SS belt buckle.  The SS men had the felt added so that the belt would fit snug against the tunic and not slide.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1933.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "GZM M1/131".  Good looking early nickel SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "GZM M1/131" being a somewhat rare example probably made at Danzig with an interesting but correct code.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1938.  SS EM/NCO'S "Fat Eagle" Belt Buckle.  Early nickel SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by a maker and in a pattern that is scarcely encountered.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1939.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS", Type 1.  Good looking aluminum-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS" Type 1 having the original paint  rating at 95 percent showing storage and light handling wear only.  In this year this maker had two small fonts and one large font with this being the large font and known as the "Type 1".  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1940.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Nice early nickel example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1944.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS", Type 1, with Period Applied Tab by "ROBERT LARSEN".  Choice example being a 101st Airborne Vet estate pickup having a period-applied tab.  Robert Larson made fine leather goods such as Luger holsters and ammo pouches.  This tab was likely special ordered, probably as part of a small batch for the LAH Berlin or Berchtesgaden contingent (due to it being a 101st Airborne Vet estate pickup).  As you can see the front part of the leather that would have been exposed where it overlapped the belt has been dyed black to match the black-tunics of the guards.  This is the only such example I have owned with this being an extremely rare buckle with the tab.  As well all know SS buckles were not issued with tabs but this is the closest thing you will get to an issue tab.  In this year this buckle maker had two small fonts and one large font with this being the large font and known as the "Type 1".  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1951.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS" in Mouse Gray.  This is an un-issued example in excellent condition with storage wear only in a hard to find color.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1952.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 24".  Early nickel example made by Ovehoff and Cie with a hard to find marking.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1953.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS" with Vet's Initials "MK" and Year of Capture "'1944".  Aluminum-based example nicely marked on the back "RZM 822/38 SS" with the vet adding his initials and year of capture.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1973.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Great looking unmarked wartime steel-based SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's belt buckle by Overhoff and Cie having the majority of the original finish.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1988.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/39 SS", Choice!  Excellent aluminum-based example retaining the majority of the original finish being an un-issued example with textbook measurements and details.  64.30cm by 48.84cm.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1991.  SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "RZM SS 36/40 OLC ".  This aluminum-based example by Overhoff & Cie is ground recovered.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1992.  SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "ELJ" with Waffen-SS Dachau Clothing Works Stationary and Vet Info.  Great looking zinc-based SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "ELJ"  that was made by Emil Jüttner of Ludenscheid having a majority of the original gray-finish, with a piece of original stationary from the historic SS clothing works at Dachau where the vet picked this up with some other items and I will provide the vet's name and unit to the buyer.  The stationary has the heading, " Bekleidungswerk der Waffen-SS Dachau" on the left side and "Dachau, den, 3 B, i. Obb., Tel. 293 und 545" on the right side.  The stationary is perfectly rectangular although came out distorted in the photo with the bottom right edge being folded back as well.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1996.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Nice early nickel example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B1997.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RODO".  Nice steel-based example showing honest use.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2004.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Nice early nickel example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2006.  SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "RZM SS 36/43 OLC ".  This zinc-based example by Overhoff & Cie is ground recovered.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2016.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle with Belt.  Wartime unmarked buckle by Overhoff & Cie. along with the original belt that it came with.  The belt is dated 1943 and measures 37 inches/ 94 cm.  This set was picked up from the vet's family by me.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2026.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  Nice looking steel-based SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS" made by Assmann in 1940 showing honest use. See pictures... (Pictures)

B2033.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  Excellent aluminum-based example with storage wear only.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2044.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by OVERHOFF AND CIE, Full Name/Motto Version.  Great looking early nickel SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by OVERHOFF AND CIE being the much scarcer version with the name fully written out in capital letters as well as having the city etc. fully written out.  This example has a great look.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2045.  SS EM/NCO's Belt and Buckle by "RZM 822/37 SS", Belt Marked to Soldier.  Aluminum-based buckle.  The belt is marked in a few places to, "Kan. Daffner Johann".  The belt has a few cracks on the inside but is sturdy as the cracks do not go all the way through the leather.  Indirect vet-estate pickup by me.  Belt measures 36 inches/ 91cm.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2062.  SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch. RZM".  Great looking early nickel example with original prong assembly.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2069.  SS Officer's Belt Buckle.  This is a ground-recovered, zinc-based example by Overhoff and Cie.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2070.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  Nice looking steel-based example made by Assmann in 1943.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2073.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 24".  Nice early nickel example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2076.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by OVERHOFF AND CIE, Full Name/Motto Version.  Good looking early nickel SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by OVERHOFF AND CIE being the much scarcer version with the name fully written out in capital letters as well as having the city etc. fully written out.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2077.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Nice early nickel example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2084.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS" in Mouse Gray.  Nice example in a hard to find color. See pictures... (Pictures)

B2085.  Late-War SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle with Anodized Finish.  Nice example by Overhoff and Cie having an anodized instead of painted finish. See pictures... (Pictures)

B2086.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  Nice looking steel-based example made by Assmann in 1943. See pictures... (Pictures)

B2095.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Excellent early nickel example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2096.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "O & C Ges. gesch.", Large Maker-Mark Variation.  This is the version with the capital "G" and the maker mark generally found on nickel SS officer buckles.  The letters of the maker-mark are also noticeably thicker and of a different font.  Excellent early nickel example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2124.  SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "RZM SS 36/38 OLC ".  This aluminum-based example by Overhoff & Cie is in excellent condition retaining about 100 percent of the silver paint coming out of a Long Island, New York estate.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2125.  SS Officer's Belt Buckle, Ground-Recovered.  Nice combat display.  Front piece only.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2126.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RODO".  Nice steel-based example by a desirable maker.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2133.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by"RZM 822/38 SS".  Nice aluminum-based example showing use.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2161.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM SS 35/36".  Excellent early nickel example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2168.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  Nice aluminum example that shows honest wartime use.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2182.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  Nice steel-based example by Assmann.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2183.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Good looking unmarked wartime steel-based SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's belt buckle by Overhoff and Cie showing use.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2184.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "J.F.S.".  Good looking wartime steel Waffen-SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's belt buckle by "JFS" being one of the harder makers to find for an SS belt buckle.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2195.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Good looking unmarked wartime steel-based SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's belt buckle by Overhoff and Cie.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2197.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Good looking unmarked wartime steel-based SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's belt buckle by Overhoff and Cie.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2198.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "O & C Ges. gesch.", Name Ground-Off Variant.  This early nickel-based SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C Ges. gesch." name ground off variant is in beautiful condition.  This is a scarce variant where the "O & C" was factory ground off.  You will also see the name removed on the buckles by this maker with the full name spelled out.  This was possibly done as some production was sold to other companies for contractual obligations to the SS.  This is a fairly scarce variant.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2199.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Nice early nickel example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2200.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.".  Nice early nickel-plated, brass example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2204.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS".  Nice steel-based example by Assmann.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2210.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "J.F.S." .  Nice example by hard to find maker Josef Felix Söhne of Gablonz in the present day Czech Republic.  Painted steel example.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2213.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS".  Nice aluminum example made in 1938 showing some honest use.  See pictures... (Pictures)  

B2215.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Good looking unmarked wartime steel-based SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's belt buckle by Overhoff and Cie retaining the majority of the original finish.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2219.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "O & C ges. gesch." Name Error Strike Variant.  Nice early nickel example.  This is the variation where the name was struck to heavily on the reverse and is clearly visible at the front.  See pictures... (Pictures)  

B2222.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  Good looking wartime steel-based example made by Assmann in 1943.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2223.  SS Officer's Belt Buckle by "RZM SS 35/36".  Excellent early nickel example made by Overhoff and Cie in 1935.  Rare. See pictures... (Pictures)

B2269.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "JFS".  Good looking wartime steel-based example made by Josef Felix & Söhne of Gablonz (modern day Czech Republic).  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2271.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  Good looking wartime steel-based example made by Assmann in 1943.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2272.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/40 SS", Type One, Minty.  This steel-based example was produced by the Assmann firm in 1940, which was also the first year that SS EM/NCO belt buckles were produced in steel, with SS EM/NCO buckle construction in prior years being from nickel and then aluminum and eventually a few were even made in zinc.  This example retains about 100 percent of the original finish and the marking is at the reverse left with the prong sleeve being finished in nickel.   See pictures... (Pictures)

B2273.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle.  Good looking unmarked wartime steel-based SS Enlisted Man's/NCO's belt buckle by Overhoff and Cie retaining the majority of the original finish.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2274.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/38 SS", Minty.  Excellent aluminum-based example retaining the majority of the original silver/gray paint.   See pictures... (Pictures)

B2275.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM 36/42 SS", Minty.  Excellent steel-based example retaining the majority of the original silver/gray paint.   See pictures... (Pictures)

B2282.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by OVERHOFF AND CIE, Full Name/Motto Version.  Good looking early nickel SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by OVERHOFF AND CIE being the much scarcer version with the name fully written out in capital letters as well as having the city etc. fully written out.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2289.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "SS 63 RZM".  Nice early nickel piece.  Scarce variant not often seen.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2331.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 822/37 SS".  Good looking aluminum-based example showing some use.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2332.  SS EM/NCO'S Belt Buckle by "RZM SS 35/36".  Nice early nickel example made Overhoff and Cie in 1935.  See pictures... (Pictures)

B2350.  SS EM/NCO's Belt Buckle by "RZM 155/43 SS".  Good looking steel example made by Assmann in 1943.  See pictures... (Pictures)      

                                                                                        

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