Army enlisted man belt, 1986 dated.
In artificial leather, with solid brass buckle showing the star with hammer
and sickle emblem; unissued, factory fresh condition.
Fully extended, about 40" from end to end. Can be cut or adjusted to fit
The buckle of this type was introduced for military schools early during the
war, and later adopted for use by regular army units.
Similar to Shalito, "Red Army Uniforms...", page 89; see also "Field
Equipment of the Infantry, 1914-1945" by Robert Fisch, Page 29 fig. 53.