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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 Czech Army buckle
- Czechoslovakia
This is the first pattern army buckle of the Czech Army, based on the structure of the old Imperial Russian design. Later it was replaced by an Austrian style design die struck in brass or steel. There are traces of an EPNS finish to both sides, with evidence of long sustained use.
£135.00
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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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militaria item Glasgow Yeomanry officer's waist belt clasp
- Scottish
The Glasgow Yeomanry was one of the oldest Scottish yeomanry units, troops originally being raised in the Glasgow area from 1797. This example may date from as early as 1848 and would have been unchanged until 1902, when the king's crown replaced the queen's.
£250.00
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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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