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KEEPER END REPLACEMENTS FOR NAZI BELTS

Nazi belt keeper
Overhoff, Lüdenscheid
Nazi German belt ends

PLATED METAL
ENDS OR
KEEPERS
FOR STANDARD
WORLD WAR II
GERMAN BELTS

We acquired these New-Old-Stock belt ends or “keepers” directly from the Overhoff Company in Lüdenscheid, Germany in the early 1970s. They are identical in every respect with the ends used on many German military belts during the World War II period.

Each nickel plated iron keeper is 1-5/8 inches wide and comes with two nail/rivets to attach it to the end of a belt.
Once installed on the belt, the hook on the keeper is perfectly positioned to mate with the loop or slot on the backside of a German belt buckle.

Installation of the keeper is simple. Just slide the keeper over the square end of a leather belt as shown in the accompanying photo and tap the two nails through the holes and the belt.

Flip the belt over, snip off the ends of the nails and peen them flat. This metal keeper is entirely covered by the face of the buckle in use.

We have a very limited supply of sets left.

$7.50 per set delivered to any address in the United States of America.
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