This is a wider version of the WWI combat buckle. It is a two-piece example and is made completely of naturally finished brass which shows some minor discoloration. The roundel has some moderate wear and a few small pin holes. The catch end has slots where the sides turn down. Speaking of the catch, this is a simple piece of brass bent into the shape of a “U” and brazed to the back of the buckle. The roll bar and prongs are brass as well. A sound example!