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This is a unissued Indian made 37 pattern belt which is maker marked "KEF" and dated 1943. The belt measures 38".
This is a blancoed 37 pattern belt which is maker marked "J&AH" ( J & A. Hillman ) and dated 1942. This example measures 38".
This is a war economy 37 pattern belt which was introduced in 1944. This example has been blancoed and is maker marked "MECo" ( Mills Equipment Company ). This example is dated 1944, stamped "XL" for extra-large. It measures 48".
This is a 37 pattern belt which maker marked "M.W.& S.LTD" ( Martin Wright & Sons ) and dated 1941. This example measures 44" long and is stamped with the letter "L" for large.
This is a unissued 37 pattern bayonet frog which is dated 1944.
This is unissued 37 pattern dual purpose compass/ammunition pouch. This example is maker marked "BHG.LTD" ( Barrow Hepburn & Gale ) and dated 1942.
A set on unissued 37 pattern gaiters which have the leather straps first introduced in 1941. This example are actually post-war made and dated 1953 and size stamped 2.
A set of unissued matching 37 pattern cross-straps which are dated 1943 and maker marked "BHG.LTD" ( Barrow Hepburn & Co. ). The cross-straps are stamped with the letter "S" for small.
This is a very good and interesting example of a Commando bergen which has a broad arrow stamp and dated 1945. The bergen has been personalised by the original owner with the addition of shoulder pads and a small clip for additional items to be attached.
This is a 1945 dated bergen which is different from the more common Commando bergen. It has American style webbing and what appears to be a unit stamping "GYS". However i do not know which unit. The bergen is missing one of the lower securing straps.
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