Wednesday, January 29, 2014


Details are unknown. However, This is a belt made since the 1936, It can guess from a buckle. Buckles are traditional Navajo design. This buckle that born in 1936 was made by North and Judd Mfg. Co., and played an active part as face of various western belts. Size is 1 3/4 inch. Also, I think that CODY BELT is a brother of No.1090 white leather inlay. No.1090 is published at the catalog from early 1930s.

1932 catalog reference
No.1090 - A new and exclusive belt. Made of smooth grain leather doubled and stitched. White leather inlays in the fancy cutouts. Indian design large nickel buckles. 1 3/4 inches wide. 2 colors : Black with white inlay and brown with white inlay.

Attached catalog photo is 1936, explanatory notes differ.

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