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  • German Army soldiers fantastic condition belt buckle with some markings lovely condition relic recovered from around the village of Plota near Prokhorovka on the battlefield at Kursk 1943 in Russia

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    This is a nice condition relic German Army soldiers steel belt buckle which is in very nice condition for a relic with its markings still partly visible on the front and on the back very clear to see the eagle and swastika which are there on the back very clear to see the back clip is there and still works and has some original green paintwork. The buckle is in nice solid condition it has been nicely cleaned and is perfect for display or any collection and a unusual find from this battlefield and in this condition. The buckle was recovered from around the village Plota which is south Prokhorovka ware the main tank battle was on the 12th July 1943. The tin was recovered from village of Plota near Prokhorovka on the battlefield at Kursk 1943 where the largest Tank battle of the war and the last great German offensive of the war in the East in Russia. 


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