PRUSSIA – LEATHER BELT AND BUCKLE – ENLISTED MAN – WARTIME ISSUE. This is a Prussian enlisted man’s WW I leather belt and buckle. Prior to WW I, buckles were made of brass. This example is silver-toned rather than gilt-toned steel. It is complete and ready to display or wear (if your waist is small enough). The belt’s size ranges from 38″ to its most expanded length of 40.” The leather belt is in good condition. The buckle has an un-dented crown in the center, although one small depression appears elsewhere.