GERMAN SA. FIRST PATTERN EM/NCO’S BELT BUCKLE STURMABTEILUNG (SA)
GERMAN WW2 SA EM/NCO'S FIRST PATTERN BELT BUCKLE ORIGINAL
The SA, "Sturmabteilung" (Storm-troops), were originally formed in August of 1921 as a protective guard unit for the political leaders of the fledgling Nazi Party. As with the NSDAP, "Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei" (National-Socialist German Worker's Party).
The SA belt buckle is constructed of bronze and is unmarked, the front of the SA belt buckle has a central SA-style German national eagle clutching a wreathed sun wheel-style swastika, within a ribbed ring bearing oak leaf branches. The back has 2 attachment prongs and buckle measures 62 mm wide x 48 mm high.