This is a very nice World War 2 Paul Cramer & Co (RZM M4/44) Hitler Youth Buckle, with original tags still attached. The belt buckle itself shows signs of age, likely due to the aluminum used to manufacture these; they don’t stand up well to the elements.
The original RZM tag is crisp, and still fixed to the belt buckle. All information on the tag is clearly visible. There is also a separate card attached using a rigid string that shows the maker’s stamp and date of manufacture. The maker’s stamp reads, “Paul Cramer & Co” across the top, “Telefon 4405” in the center, and “Ludenscheid” across the bottom, which is largely illegible. On the reverse of the card is the date, “16, Dez. 1941” (December 16, 1941). This card matches the RZM mark on the buckle, M4/44, which is this maker’s code.