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Vintage belt buckles from the sets of Hollywood Studios in the 70s and 80s.

One is a Stuntmen’s Association Hollywood Al Shelton Belt Buckle, and the other is a Universal Studios belt buckle for the 1982 film "The Thing", given to and owned by the film's art department Leadman, Barton M. Susman.

Both of these rare and unique belt buckles are a must-have for any vintage collector or fan of Hollywood memorabilia.

Asking $500 each.

The Stuntman's buckle measures 3.46" (w) x 2.46" (h), with a maximum belt width of 1.54"

The Thing buckle measures 4.75" (w) x 3.62" (h), with a maximum belt width of 2.12".

Vintage Hollywood Production Belt Buckles - Stuntman's Assoc./Universal Studios

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