An original 1937 pattern British Army webbing belt in good condition which was made in 1964.
This pattern of webbing belt came into issue with the British Army in 1938 and saw use throughout the Second World War as well as in the post-war period. This example was manufactured in 1964 but is unchanged from those produced during the war.
This example features all brass hardware so is suitable for any period of WW2. The inside of the belt features the original maker's markings which appear to have been crossed out and reapplied. The maker's initials of 'HMP' are present as is the War Department broad arrow marking and the 1964 date.
The belt will fit a variety of waist sizes due to the fact that it is adjustable. When fully extended it measures 40".
The belt is in good used condition and displays well. Ideal for both the collector and re-enactor alike.
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