This vintage buckle reads, “Be American Buy American” and has the logo of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Chauffeurs Warehousemen and Helpers of America in the center of an eagle. The back has a partially obscured makers mark and union bugs. The buckle measures 2″x3″ and fits a 1-5/8″ belt.
This belt buckle dates to the 1930s and was an award from DeKalb seeds. It best fits a 1″ to 1-1/4″ belt and measures 2″ across.
This was made in the early-mid 1940s, with a patriotic shield in one corner and a four door sedan (Lasalle? Packard? It’s abstracted enough that it’s hard to tell) in the other. The initials BDC are in the center. It measures 1-3/4″ across and best fits a 3/4″ belt.