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WWII Nazi German NSKK EM/NCO'S Belt & Buckle Koppel und Koppelschloß
Item #: VF4355
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Outstanding condition, Nskk belt and buckle. The buckle is a one piece nickel over brass construction. The small pattern eagle, with its head inside the bottom rope border with a spray of oak-leaves, is clutching a wreath encircling a static swastika. The catch, prong bar and prongs all intact. Leather belt is also in excellent condition and is maker marked S L indicating the maker Steinhauer & Lück and is size 100 marked.
The development of the NSKK, National Sozialistisches Kraftfahr Korps, (National Socialist Motor Corps), can be traced back to 1923 when the SA introduced a Kraftfahr Abteilung, (Motor Section), to transport personnel as required. In 1928 the SA Motor section was expanded to Kraftfahrstaffeln, (Motor Squadrons). In an attempt to create a national motor corps the NSAK, National Sozialistisches Automobil Korps, (National Socialist Automobile Corps), was formed in April 1930 as a NSDAP auxiliary organization subordinate to the SA. In early 1931 Adolf Hühnlein was appointed as Chief of the NSAK and proposed a name change to NSKK, which was officially accepted in April 1931. Before the introduction of a standardized belt buckle the NSKK used the SA pattern rectangular buckle in a variety of styles usually nickel or chrome-plated over brass or steel.
Shipping Weight: 2 lbs
Your Price $325.00 USD