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militaria item Prussian Army officer's 1910 model field service belt and buckle
- German
This belt was introduced to complement the field grey service tunic in 1910. The cypher is that of Kaiser Wilhelm II. It is a die-struck example in pot metal with a gilt wash, so probably of war-time make.
£200.00
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militaria item Fife & Forfar Yeomanry officer's waist belt clasp
- Scottish
This belt buckle would have been worn by an officer with the dress uniform up to WW1. To my knowledge, it is the only belt buckle which displays a mounted figure, with the exception of the St Martin's Volunteers of the Westminster Rifles from a slightly earlier era (the 1860s).
£175.00
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militaria item German army issue combat belt, aluminium buckle
- German
This is the first pattern Heer aluminium issue waist buckle, stamped 'FLL' near the catch (for Friedrich Linden Co of Ludenscheid). The leather tag is faintly stamped 1938. These belts were worn in all the early campaigns: Poland 1939, France 1940 and in the beginning of the Russian campaign of 1941.
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militaria item Other ranks belt buckle
- Turkish
This is a German contract buckle made for the Turkish army from about 1895 onwards, when the German and Austrian arms contracts started replacing British and French ones. The Turkish army continued to wear these buckles into the 1960s.
£90.00
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militaria item Cornwall Rifle Volunteers officer's waist belt clasp
- British
This is the belt plate of the 1st or 2nd Administrative Battalion struck with the county arms surmounted by the Prince of Wales plumes between laurel sprays. It is a die-struck plate in white metal and dates from the earlier years of the unit. The later examples were the tongue and buckle variety.
£150.00
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