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Als Obergürtel über der weißen Robe, Das Spundbajonett würde dann durch den Zauberstab ersetzt werden, der am inneren Gürtel hängt und greifbar durch den Seitenschlitz der Robe bleibt.

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Vintage 1970's STAR TREK Enterprise NCC1701 Belt Buckle Indiana Metal Craft, GUC

from $24.99 - Vintage 1970's #StarTrek Enterprise Ncc1701 Belt Buckle Indiana Metal Craft Guc

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NB21166 VINTAGE 1970s **STARSHIP ENTERPRISE NCC1701** STAR TREK BELT BUCKLE

NB21166 VINTAGE 1970s **STARSHIP ENTERPRISE NCC1701** STAR TREK BELT BUCKLE #IndianaMetalCraft #Classic

BRAND NEW STAR TREK "TNG" TWO TONE COMMAND LOGO METAL/ENAMEL FINISH BELT BUCKLE Buddy's Memorabilia... I just got this in and it is so cool!!!

The Official Star Trek Command Insignia Belt Buckle (issued by Franklin Mint - 1999) Its been raining for the last two days. Should I also mention my Mom is one of the original Trekkies? More test ...

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Star Trek United Federation of Planets Buckle

Star Trek United Federation of Planets Buckle - $89.99 from Entertainment Earth.

“Eye miniatures came into fashion at the end of the 18th century. In France, where eye miniature seems to have originated, the eye as symbol of watchfulness was adopted by the state police for buckles and belts. In Britain it had a role as a love token, with some eye miniatures glistening with a trompe-l’oeil tear, or a diamond set to imitate a tear. Most eye miniatures are unsigned, due to the minuteness of the background, and often the name of the person whose eye is depicted is unknown.”

Very Gucci belt buckle by Pat Areias. You can choose the belt. Love it. #B1701 from $500

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Sporran/Viking Birka Belt Bag "Dragon Slayer"

Sporran/Viking Birka Belt Bag Dragon Slayer by MoncrieffLeathers, $295.00

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Leather Belt Pouch Bottle Holder

Leather Belt Pouch Bottle Holder.

A superior 18th century English silver hilted small sword in good condition with hallmarks for London 1754. The makers mark is comprised of the letters J.C for John Carman II. This sword with its delicate hand-pierced workmanship represents the highest quality of silver hilted sword making in London in the 18th century.