Collecting Men's Belt Buckles

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Schiffer Pub. Limited, 2001 - Antiques & Collectibles - 160 pages
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455 beautiful color photographs and engaging text showcase men's belt buckles from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Military, police, fire service, western, and youth group buckles are well represented, along with intriguing multi-function buckles containing cigarette lighters, knives, and guns. Masculine lifestyles are reflected through these personalized buckles, ranging from buckles used by scouting organizations worldwide and bronc riding champions to those employed by the Highway Patrol and Secret Service. Collecting tips and values are included. This is an excellent reference for the dealer and collector, and an inspirational guide for clothing and jewelry designers and fashion historians.

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About the author (2001)

Joseph Saitta has been collecting belt buckles, police and fire badges, armbands, cigarette lighters, and military medals for over four decades.

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