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Vintage Watch Straps

Straps for vintage fixed wire lug trench or officer's wristwatches.



Sterling Silver and Nine Carat Gold Buckles

Copyright © David Boettcher 2006 - 2017 all rights reserved.

To increase the authenticity of my replica Great War era watch straps for watches with silver cases I decided to make replicas of original period sterling silver buckles. I make these replicas as close as possible to original buckles made in 1914 to 1918.

For maximum authenticity my buckles are manufactured and hallmarked in the exactly same way as original period buckles. This means they are hand made by me in my workshop in an old hay loft in Cheshire, and then they are sent to the London Assay Office at Goldsmiths' Hall in London to be assayed and hallmarked. Gold and silver wares have been hallmarked in this way at Goldsmiths' Hall since 1478 when workers were first required to bring their items to the hall to be marked, which is where the term "hallmark" originates.

I keep a stock of Type A and Type B designs with sterling silver buckles and 12mm standard length straps that you can order from the Stock and Order List. I also keep in stock sterling silver buckles in other sizes, and usually 12mm nine carat gold buckles.

If you want something that is not listed as a stock item please please refer to the section below about Special orders.

A watch collector bought one of my Type A straps with a sterling silver buckle, and then a few days after receiving it he ordered a second strap; explaining his second purchase he wrote I love the strap so much I ordered a Type B version.

Please Read This First

If you want to place an order but are not familiar with my designs, please read the page about My Designs of Vintage Watch Straps. That page includes information about my designs, strap thickness, widths and lengths, leathers, and much more.

The stock designs listed on this page have standard length straps and 12mm sterling silver buckles, other widths are available to order. The straps are a length which fit most mens' wrists between about 165mm/6½" and 195mm/7½" around. If you don't want to be on the last hole, or need a longer, shorter or wider strap, please refer to the section below about Special orders.

If a strap is marked as "Temporarily out of stock" it will be back in stock in about a week. If PayPal says that an item is out of stock, please let me know. If you want something that is either not a stock item or is out of stock, please don't buy something else and then email me to tell me what you really want. If you want a non-stock strap please refer to the section below about Special orders.

Making My Buckles

My first attempt at copying an original hallmarked 1918 buckle was done by entirely by hand and eye using just jewellers pliers. I immediately realised that it was not easy to make bends in the right places like this, and it was impossible to make nice tight small radius bends. After some head scratching I designed and made a small hand operated machine to make the bends neatly and in the right places.


Hallmarked Type GW sterling silver buckles

The production versions are better than my first attempt, although that eventually turned out well enough that I had it hallmarked and wear it on one of my own watches. The buckles look authentically hand made and "artisan", just like the originals. Just in case you can't tell, in the pictures my replica buckle is the one in the foreground.

Sterling Silver Buckles

I make the sterling silver buckles by hand in 925 sterling silver, and they are then hallmarked by the London Assay Office with a full set of traditional struck English hallmarks - just like their predecessors were around a hundred years ago. They are assayed and hallmarked in the over 700 year old tradition of British hallmarking by the London Assay Office at Goldsmiths' Hall, where British hallmarking began.

Silver has been prized for thousands of years as a precious metal because of its intrinsic beauty and corrosion resistance. When polished it has a bright white appearance unlike any other metal; it makes any steel, including stainless steel and even chrome plate, look dull and grey. If you have a watch with a silver case, a strap with a standard metal buckle doesn't do it full justice, but one of my straps with one of these sterling silver buckles makes the perfect accompaniment to your Great War era trench watch, I am absolutely certain you won't regret it.

I usually have a stock of Type A and Type B designs made up with sterling silver buckles and 12mm straps. Other designs and strap sizes are available, these are made up to order.

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Hallmarked Type GW gold buckle

Gold Buckles

I can also supply buckles in nine carat gold. These are hallmarked at the London Assay Office with a full set of traditional hallmarks for nine carat gold, including the sign of a crown for gold instead of the walking lion of sterling silver.

Original gold buckles are usually small in both overall size and wire diameter compared to my Type GW design. This was probably done to keep the cost down, but they look wimpy on a man's strap. I prefer my gold buckles to be made in 2.0mm diameter wire as shown here, which makes the buckle about four times the weight of an original and increases the cost of the gold proportionately. But I always think that if you are going to do something, you might as well do it right.

One of my designs of strap with one of my hand made, London hallmarked, 12mm Type GW nine carat gold buckles in standard leather is £120 or Italian leather £122, plus p&p. Other sizes can be made to order. The extra cost of gold adds £5 for each extra 2mm of width, e.g. a strap in standard leather with a 14mm nine carat buckle would be £125. Nine carat gold buckles other than 12mm are not stock items and are made to order, which might involve some one-off costs such as extra postage and hallmarking charges.

Because of the high cost of gold bullion compared to silver (about 25 times as much) I do not keep ready made straps with gold buckles in stock. I usually have a stock of Type GW 12mm nine carat gold buckles ready to be made into whatever design and colour you choose. Sizes other than 12mm in gold are made only to order.

The current stock position is shown in the Stock list section below.

First Customers' Reactions


Gold buckles on brown Montana leather: click image to enlarge

The first three nine carat gold buckles that I made were in response to a request from a Danish collector. They are shown in the photograph here on straps made up in dark brown Montana grain leather.

When the potential order was discussed I contemplated making the buckles in 1.5mm wire because of the cost of gold, to keep down the cost. However, I said to the customer that I thought that to look right on a man's watch the gold buckles would have to be the same size as my sterling silver buckles, and made of 2.0mm thick gold wire. Happily the customer agreed and the buckles in the picture are the result. The customer was pleased with the outcome, telling me:

Hi David,

I received the watch straps with the 9 carat buckles Friday afternoon. The buckles look really great, excellent craftsmanship. I love the way the hallmarks are made on the buckles! And yes, this is really the right size of a buckle on a man's watch strap! I am more than pleased !

Thank you !

Best regards Jens


Gold buckle on Type C double slot, Italian brandy leather: click image to enlarge

The second customer for one of my hand made and London hallmarked gold buckles was a collector in the Netherlands. He wanted a strap with a gold buckle to go with his gold Angora Watch Company wristwatch with hermetic case made by the Borgel company.

The resulting strap is shown in the photograph here fitted to the watch. I am happy to say that this customer was also pleased with the outcome, telling me:

Hi David!

Do I think the strap is beautiful? I think it is magnificent!!!

Kind Regards, Bart

If you want to order one of my designs of straps with a gold buckle, please email me with the details and where you live (just the country, for the postage) and I will send you a PayPal invoice to place the order.

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Designs of Buckles

I have made replicas of two original period sterling silver buckles, one from 1918, the other from 1907. My replica buckles are made in exactly the same way, and assayed and hallmarked by the London Assay Office at Goldsmiths' Hall, so that they are as close to original period buckles as is possible.

Type GW Great War Model Sterling Silver Buckles


Hallmarked Type GW sterling silver buckles

The original buckle I have used as a model for one of my buckles is shown in the background of the picture here. It is hallmarked with London Assay Office hallmarks for 1918/1919. It is a style of buckle that was used throughout the Great War (WW1) and I call it my Great War or GW model buckle.

These buckles are available to purchase ready made up into Type A or Type B designs with 12mm straps which I keep in stock, or they can be made into straps to your specifications such as Type C, or in different widths.

I usually keep in stock Type GW hallmarked sterling silver buckles in several sizes, and nine carat gold in 12mm. See the stock list further down this page for current stock levels.

Leathers are also available in colours other than the ones that I keep made up as stock items, so you can have yellow or blue or green etc. if you choose.

If you want to place an order for a strap to be made up, please drop me an email with your specification and I will send you a PayPal invoice.

Type RD: Registered Design Model Sterling Silver Buckles


Type RD sterling silver buckles
RD underside
RD Underside showing how it fits

The second buckle is a slightly more unusual design that fits onto a strap without being stitched into it. This design was associated with British and Swiss registered designs Modèle Déposé No. 9846 which are discussed on my page about trench watches.

The Modèle Déposé No. 9846 strap design has a circular section the same size as the watch case in the centre, and there would be only two ways such a strap could be fitted to a watch with fixed wire lugs, either the buckle would have to stitched to the strap after it had been fitted to the watch, or the buckle would have to be designed to fit to the strap without stitching - which is exactly what the Type RD design does. The photograph here shows how it fits to the strap.

RD1907 register detail
1907 Board of Trade Register April 1907

When I got hold of an original strap with one of these buckles, I saw that the buckle itself had a Registered Design number RD 499803 and I was able to get some details of this from UK Board of Trade records, an extract from which is shown here. The records showed that the design had been first registered in April 1907, which is quite early in the history of the wristwatch, and shows how people were still experimenting with designs of wrist strap.

I call my replica of this buckle my Type RD design. I have made a small batch of these in 12mm. A cutter has been made for the strap ends, so I am now ready to take orders, please inquire if you are interested. NB: Type RD buckles are currently out of stock.

Straps with the Type RD buckle are made to order only. They are exactly the same as my standard straps, just with the Type RD buckle instead of a type GW buckle. I do not plan to offer exact replicas of the Modèle Déposé No. 9846 strap with its widened centre part.

Because the Type RD design requires a special additional cutter to shape the strap ends where they pass through the buckle this adds an extra complication and I am unlikely to offer this design in anything other than 12mm. If you need other sizes, the Type GW model buckle is available in 10mm, 12mm and larger sizes.

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The Hallmarks

My sterling silver buckles are assayed and hallmarked in just the same way as the ones I am copying, at Goldsmiths' Hall in London, where silversmiths have been taking their work to be tested and hallmarked since 1478, which is how the term "hallmark" originated. If you want to know more about the over-700 year old tradition and legal requirements of hallmarking, see my page about Assay and Hallmarking or the The Goldsmiths' Company Assay Office web site.

To send items for hallmarking I had to register my details with the assay office and "enter" a sponsor's punch mark. The picture here shows the hallmarks on one of my buckles. Reading from the left the marks are:

My Hallmarks
The Hallmarks

The form of these hallmarks goes back to 1544 in the reign of King Henry VIII; the one with the six wives. If he were alive today, King Henry (who died 28 January 1547) would recognise the validity of these hallmarks and know that this was legal sterling silver. He wouldn't recognise the additional 925 mark, but that is the only change that has been made to these traditional English hallmarks in over 470 years.

Appearance and Longevity

Silver has been prized for thousands of years because of its intrinsic beauty. When polished it has a bright white appearance unlike any other metal, it makes any steel, including stainless steel, and even chrome plate look dull and grey. This is due to its electron configuration, which results in it reflecting all electromagnetic radiation of wavelengths longer than 3000 angstroms, which is in the ultraviolet range. All visible light, wavelengths between 4000 and 7000 angstroms, is reflected, resulting in the white colour of the pure metal. Silver does not oxidise, but can form a surface layer of silver sulphide which is black - that's when you need one of my polishing cloths.

My sterling silver buckles are made from solid silver wire so there is no plating to wear through or flake off. The Great War era buckles that I have replicated (which you can see in the pictures) look as good today as they did when they were made around 100 years ago, you can't say the same about any chrome plated buckle or watch case. I can confidently say, in fact I guaranteeGuarantee excludes damage however caused and/or excessive polishing, that my sterling silver buckles will last and look as good in 100 years as when I made them. There are not many things you can say that about. And even if you do manage to wear out the leather strap, you can always send the buckle back to me to be stitched into a new strap.

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Stock Straps


Type A straps with Great War sterling silver buckles
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I keep in stock some 12mm hallmarked Great War model sterling silver buckles already made up into straps, ready to order for immediate dispatch, these are available to order using the buttons further down on this page.

NB: Although I keep only the basic Type A and Type B designs in stock ready made, if you want a Type B design with double slots or a Type C there is the possibility that I can swap a strap with a sterling buckle onto a ready made one of these. Email me to inquire.

Any straps that are out of stock will be available again soon, usually within about a week. Email me if you want to pre-order one for immediate dispatch as soon as available.

If you are not familiar with the PayPal shopping cart, please read the "Instructions for Ordering". If you have any problems, don't hesitate to email.

The pictures show some of my Great War sterling silver buckles made up into straps, and some of the available leather colours. If you click on the pictures you should get an enlarged image.

The first picture shows Type A straps in, from the top, black, sepia, military tan, brandy and tan morocco.

The second picture shows Type B straps in, from the top, black, sepia, military tan, chestnut, brandy and tan morocco.


Type B straps with Great War sterling silver buckles
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I also have high quality Italian leathers in beautiful rich dark chestnut colour and lighter brandy colours. These are also stock colours.

Please see strapdetails — leather and the pictures page for pictures of the chestnut, dark chestnut and brandy, for pictures of all the available leather colours.

Strap Length and Wrist Size

From experience I know that the standard length of my straps suits most men. However, how a strap fits depends on the shape of your watch and the path of the strap through the lugs, and also how tight you like to wear your strap.

My standard length strap for the Type A, B and C designs is 230mm long, excluding the buckle. These standard length straps fit wrists that measure between approximately 165mm / 6½" and 190mm / 7½" around. If you are close to either of the limits and you don't want to be on the last hole of a standard length strap, then you can send me the measurement around your wrist and I will get a strap made of the correct length to suit you, see Special Orders for how to do this. If you send me a wrist measurement I add 50mm to it to get the length to make the leather part.

The back pads, whether Type A, B or C, are 168mm or a little over 6½" long. These fit OK on a wrist that measures 165mm / 6½" around because when you wrap the strap around the wrist the strap travels a little more than 6½" inches and so the ends do not meet, but if your wrist measures less than 6½" or 165mm around, then the standard back pads will meet or overlap, in which case take a look at my Straps for Smaller Wrists.

Stock Loose Buckles

If you want a size or design of strap that I don't keep in stock, such as a Type C or a two piece strap without back pad, a non-standard length, or a colour that is not kept in stock, that's not a problem because I keep some buckles on hand ready to be made up into straps. There is no extra charge for different sized sterling silver buckles.

I usually keep in stock Type GW hallmarked sterling silver buckles in several sizes, and 12mm Type RD, ready to be made up into straps to special order in whatever design (Type A, Type B or Type C, etc.) and leather colour you choose. Remember that leathers are also available in colours other than the ones that I keep made up as stock items, so you can have yellow or blue or green etc. if you choose. If you want to place an order for a strap to be made up with a sterling silver buckle, please refer to the section about Special orders.

See the stock list further down this page for current stock levels.


Dealer's Notice 2015
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Dealer's Notice

Because I am now officially a "maker and dealer supplying precious metal items" I have to by law display this notice produced by the British Hallmarking Council explaining the approved hallmarks. Click on the thumbnail to get the full size version. If you want a fuller explanation of British hallmarks you will find it on my British hallmarks page, or for British hallmarks applied to imported items on my British import hallmarks page.

silver polishing cloth
Town Talk silver polishing cloth

Cleaning and Polishing Silver

Silver is a noble metal and doesn't oxidise like base metals. It will however pick up sulphur from the atmosphere and form a black layer of silver sulphide on the surface, this is called tarnish.

For cleaning my sterling silver buckles, or anything else made of silver, I find that the polishing cloths made by Town Talk are really good. They are ideal for cleaning my sterling silver buckles, and also for silver watch cases, because there is no messy liquid to get onto the leather strap or into the watch case, just a rub with the dry cloth brings up the silver beautifully clean and with a really good shine.

Town Talk have been making polishing cloths since 1895 so they have really got the hang of it now. Their high quality cotton silver polishing cloths are impregnated with silver cleaner and an anti-tarnish agent. They remove tarnish from silver leaving it really sparkling, and the anti-tarnish agent helps to keep it that way for longer.

I find the 5 x 7 inch (12.5 x 17.5 cm) cloths are a good size. You can use the "Add to Cart" button underneath the picture to the left to add one of these to your order for just £2.00.

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Modern Watches

My hand made sterling silver buckles are replicas of buckles that were fitted to officer's wristwatches and trench watches during the Great War 100 years ago. They look hand made because that is how the originals were made, right at the beginning of the wristwatch, and they are made of sterling silver because that matches the sterling silver wire lug cases that most wristwatches were made with at the time, and the original buckles were made from silver to match.

Because of their design and their hand made appearance, and because they are made from sterling silver, they are not suitable for "modern" watches that take wider straps and usually have steel cases.

Wider Straps

Mostly I supply my sterling silver buckles on 12mm straps, because that is what Great War era trench watches usually take. I do keep a few wider buckles in stock up to 18mm for old style watches that need a wider strap, such as watches with cushion cases, or wire lug watches that have had their lugs altered.

The Type GW style of buckle does not look right to me in sizes bigger than this. I could make a bigger buckle if you really want me to, but I couldn't get just one buckle hallmarked so it would either have to be without hallmarks, or wait until I send in a batch to be marked.

Steel Cases

My Type GW and Type RD buckles are replicas of buckles that were made for wristwatches with silver cases and wire lugs. The cases of these wristwatches were made in the traditional way and are rounded, without flats or sharp edges. They were made at the beginning of the twentieth century around the time of the Great War, from the early 1900s into the 1920s.

Because of their design the Type GW buckles do not look right with "modern" watches with horns and bars for the strap rather than wire lugs. Modern watch cases made by machine have flat surfaces and sharp edges. A hand made replica of a 100 year old buckle would not look right with a modern looking watch case like this.

Additionally, most modern watches have steel cases. Silver has been prized for thousands of years as a precious metal because of its intrinsic beauty and corrosion resistance. When polished it has a bright white appearance unlike any other metal; it makes any steel, including stainless steel and even chrome plate, look dull and grey. Because of this I wouldn't recommend a sterling silver buckle, even a modern machine made one, be used with a steel watch.

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How to Order

If you are not familiar with my designs of replica straps for vintage wristwatches, please read the page about my designs of period replica watch straps for vintage wristwatches before you try to make an order. That page includes guidance on strap lengths as well as other details; it's a bit long winded because I have tried to answer as many questions as possible.

I keep in stock some of my sterling silver buckles in 12mm size made up into straps, these are available to order using the buttons below. If you are not familiar with the PayPal shopping cart, please read the "Instructions for Ordering". If you have any problems, don't hesitate to email.


Type B in tan morocco with double slots and Great War sterling silver buckle. Click image to enlarge.

If you want something other than the stock straps I have listed below, e.g. double slots, this can be specially made for you. The picture here shows a Type B with 10mm strap in tan morocco with double slots and a Great War sterling silver buckle specially made for a customer. If you want a special order like this, please refer to the section below about Special orders.

If you are not familiar with my designs of replica straps for vintage wristwatches, please read the page about my designs before you try to make an order. For general terms and conditions, please refer to the ordering standard straps page.

To order a strap from the list below, click on a button to add a strap to the PayPal "Shopping Cart". This will take you to a PayPal screen. You must then click on the grey "Continue Shopping" button to come back to this page to add postage and packing / packaging and shipping (p&p), or more straps.

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Special Orders

I am always happy to take special orders provided you understand that they do take extra time. I can't ask the workshop to drop everything and make just one strap, that would be totally impractical and uneconomic, so I have to tag it on to one of my orders for a batch of straps. You may be lucky and place your order just as I am about to submit a batch order, or you may be unlucky and I have just received a batch, in which case your order will have to go in with the next batch. Because of this I ask you to allow two to three weeks to get a strap made, and then the usual postage time after this.

There is usually no extra charge for a special order, they are the same price as the nearest similar stock strap. For example, a Type B with a 14mm strap it is the same price as a stock Type B with a 12mm strap.

If you want to make a special order, e.g. for a non-stock strap width or length, please email me with:

Once the details are established and I am confident that I can supply what you want I will send you a PayPal invoice to place the order.

Please keep thing simple and just send me your actual wrist measurement, preferably in millimetres. The best way to take the measurement is to wrap a dressmaker's flexible tape measure around your wrist at the point you wear you watch and take a reading from this, or wrap a piece of string around your wrist and make a mark with a pen where it overlaps and then measure the distance between the two marks with a rule. Don't try to second guess me on this and give me a measurement that you think will work better. If you take a measurement from an existing strap it produces a different result.

You can get my email address from the Contact me page.

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Worldwide Delivery

I am based in Cheshire, England, but I am happy to take orders from anywhere in the world, and I have many satisfied customers all over the world.

Postage and Packaging Costs

The cost of packaging and postage (p&p) is not included in the price of the straps. I make a single charge for p&p, no matter how many straps you order. The current p&p charges are shown underneath each set of ordering buttons.

Unfortunately PayPal is unable to calculate the correct postage so it needs to be added as a separate item. Please make sure you add one lot of p&p to your order. Please try to add this to your order (to your PayPal shopping cart) before checking out, because PayPal makes a charge for each separate transaction in addition to charging a percentage of the total, so if you pay for p&p separately the charges work out expensive for me.

Delivery Times

Standard delivery in the UK is by Royal Mail First Class, which usually takes one to two days.

Overseas shipping is by standard airmail, which takes a few days in Europe, but longer outside Europe because it is subject to incoming customs examination.

Items sent to the USA usually fly out from Manchester on same day that I post them, and are delivered overnight to the mail centre at JFK airport. Delivery to their US destination can then take between seven days and two weeks, and sometimes even longer to the West Coast. I think the major delay is the requirement for examination by US customs. Delivery times to other worldwide destinations such as Canada, Australia and Hong Kong are similar.

I don't recommend using a tracked postal service because international tracked services are very expensive, and often slower than standard airmail. I have posted a lot of these packages over the years and problems with the standard airmail service are extremely rare. The biggest problem I ever had was with a tracked item to the USA. The customer wanted it for a Christmas present and ordered it on 10 December with a priority tracked service. A few days later we could both see that it was at the Kennedy mail centre at JFK airport in New York, presumably waiting for customs clearance. It remained there until the end of February, the tracking showed exactly where it was and neither of us could do anything about it.

Delivery in the Russian Federation can be very slow. The last time I used standard airmail to Moscow the 2,027 miles journey took 47 days, which is 1,128 hours and works out at 1.8 mph - I can walk faster than that! The customer was not very happy. Tracked deliveries to the Russian Federation are prohibitively expensive and anyway would not help, because no plane flies at 1.8 miles per hour so I am sure that the delay was entirely due to customs, so at the moment I don't deliver to the Russian Federation.

Delivery to South Africa can take six weeks or more. I am sure that the delays are entirely due to customs so using a tracked service would not speed things up, but to give assurance as to where the package is, deliveries to South Africa must be by a tracked service. Please inquire for prices before placing an order.

Insurance

I insure shipments myself so you don't need to worry about it getting lost in the post. This does require a reliable delivery address so I will only send to a postal address confirmed by PayPal.

How to Pay

You can pay on line by PayPal using a credit or debit card. You are not charged for payments by PayPal, the merchant (that's me in this case) pay all the fees.

I can take payment in any currency, dollars, yen, whatever you like, PayPal handles the currency conversion. Just simply follow the instructions and you will be charged in your preferred currency.

You can pay securely on line by PayPal even if you don't have a PayPal account, just look for the option to "Check Out as a Guest" or similar.

You can also pay by cheque in £GBP Pounds Sterling drawn on a UK bank. If you want to pay by cheque, just let me know and I will send you an order form.

Please don't forget to add postage and packing / packaging and shipping (p&p) to your order!

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Stock and Order List

Stock list updated: Monday 09 October 2017

I keep a stock of Type A and Type B with standard length 12mm straps and GW sterling silver buckles which you can purchase using the PayPal buttons listed below.

Type GW sterling silver buckles are available in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16 and 18mm, and 12mm nine carat gold buckles, these can be made into straps to order.

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Type A Design with "Great War" Sterling Silver Buckles

For current leather colours see Pictures. To order a non-stock item, see Special Orders.

NB: Postage and packaging must be added to your PayPal cart as a separate item.

Type A 12mm
GW buckle
Black
£50

Type A 12mm
GW buckle
Dark Brown
£50

Temporarily
Out Of Stock

Type A 12mm
GW buckle
Sepia
£50

Type A 12mm
GW buckle
Military Tan
£50

Type A 12mm
GW buckle
Chestnut
£50

Type A 12mm
GW buckle
Tan Morocco
£50

Type A 12mm
GW buckle
Italian leather
brandy
£52

Type A 12mm
GW buckle
Italian leather
dark chestnut
£52

Postage and packing / shipping and handling

UK Post
First Class

£1.50
Standard Airmail
within Europe

£2.95

Please add one lot of p&p to your cart before you checkout. I don't recommend a tracked service for reasons explained here.

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Type B Design with "Great War" Sterling Silver Buckles

For current leather colours see Pictures. To order a non-stock item, see Special Orders.

NB: Postage and packaging must be added to your PayPal cart as a separate item.

Type B 12mm
GW buckle
Black
£50

Type B 12mm
GW buckle
Dark Brown
£50

Type B 12mm
GW buckle
Sepia
£50

Type B 12mm
GW buckle
Military Tan
£50

Type B 12mm
GW buckle
Chestnut
£50

Type B 12mm
GW buckle
Tan Morocco
£50

Type B 12mm
GW buckle
Italian leather
brandy
£52

Type B 12mm
GW buckle
Italian leather
dark chestnut
£52

Postage and packing / shipping and handling

UK Post
First Class

£1.50
Standard Airmail
within Europe

£2.95

Please add one lot of p&p to your cart before you checkout. I don't recommend a tracked service for reasons explained here.


If you have any questions or comments, please don't hesitate to contact me via my Contact me page. Back to the top of the page.

Copyright © David Boettcher 2006 - 2017 all rights reserved. This page updated October 2017. W3CMVS.