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A pair of 37 pattern brace attachments which allowed cross-straps to b attached to the belt without the need to wear ammunition pouches. Both attachments are maker marked "H&S.LTD" for Hampton & Sons and dated 1941.
A pair of unissued 37 pattern auxiliary straps, both of which are maker marked Z.L.& T.LTD and dated 1941. We have a limited supply currently in stock.
A pair of 37 pattern auxiliary straps, both faint makers markings and dated 1944.
A pair of 37 pattern auxiliary straps which are both dated 1943.
This is a unissued 37 pattern mine detector haversack, which is maker marked "R.P.LTD" ( R.Parkyn LTD ). This example is dated 1945 and still has it's storage tag attached.
This is a nice example of war economy 37pattern belt, which has brass fittings. Later war economy examples will have web loops and steel hooks.The belt is maker marked "MW&S.LTD" for Martin Wight & Sons and dated 1943. The belt has also been personalised, with the original owners name and personal service number "GHB JACQUES 122042". The belt measures 40 inches.
This is a 1943 dated 37 pattern large pack which is maker marked "J&AH" for J&A Hillman.
This is the simplified 37 pattern belt which has stitched loops, which was introduced in1941. This example has a light green blanco finish. The belt is in very good condition, with a faint 1941 date and maker marked "BAGCRAFT LTD" and measures 36 inches
This a 1945 dated example of a 37 pattern belt which has been blancoed. The rear strap on the shoulder strap buckle has started to unstitch. However this can be easily repaired. It has also frayed on the brass clip. The belt measures 36 inches.
A 37 pattern belt, which is size stamped "N" for normal. The belt measures 38 inches. This example has had the makers name and date blacked out.
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