WW2 USMC Marine Officer Brass Buckle w EGA Mkd Rare

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  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 21, 2009
  • Channel: Auction House
This listing represents a first for me. you have a WWII USMC Marine Officer’s Custom Brass Belt Buckle with Applied Eagle, Globe and Anchor to the mirrored face of the buckle. The ubiquitous EGA is the icon of the Marine Corps. The buckle is in about near mint condition.

The buckle is a regulation officer’s buckle that has had an EGA applied to the face. The Anchor is not fouled and the continents were applied to the Globe. The EGA is an officer’s Eagle, Globe and Anchor. The buckle measures 1.5 by 2.25 inches. The buckle is marked solid brass and made in the USA.

The buckle is just what you would need to complete your WWII USMC Marine Officer’s Uniform or Insignia Grouping. The winning bidder can choose First Class Postage with a Padded Bag and tracking slip in lieu of the usual Priority Mail Shipping option.

This rare, WWII USMC Marine Officer’s Custom Brass Belt Buckle with Gold EGA in near mint condition and marked would make a wonderful addition, upgrade and/or completion to a WWII USMC Marine Officer’s Uniform or Insignia collection. The belt would be perfect to add to your re-enactor's outfit, and would look terrific in your display, museums, and for educational and theatrical presentations. It would make a poignant gift for a US Marine Veteran. I am listing a number of caps, uniform items, field gear,

Please read the listing carefully as the winning bidder is entering into a legal contract. Payment in US Dollars is due within 11 days of the listing’s conclusion. I accept Pay Pal. Items will ship when the funds in US Dollars clear to my account. Buyer in the States pays US Postal Service Priority Mail shipping with delivery confirmation/tracking slip. I will combine postage for multiple purchases. W First Class Postage is offered, I insist on a padded bag so a delivery tracking slip can be used. The cost of First Class includes the padded pad. Tracking is mandatory for all domestic transactions. For Pay Pal purchases of $250 and larger, a signature return receipt/tracking and insurance are mandatory. If outside the States this will change.

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I have enjoyed interacting with buyers from four continents and dozens of countries. Many have been veterans, active duty GIs, home front family members in our war, authors, artists, teachers, museum curators, etc. You are encouraged to email with questions. I will try my best to answer all those that are received by Friday. (I am not always available on weekends when the items close.) If you perceive a discrepancy between the photos and description you should bring this to my attention for clarification before you bid. When bidding, consider what the item is worth and what you can afford. A winning bid represents a legal and binding contract.

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