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Belt Patt 37

Article about: by Boyd9211 Hi Rene, I would lean toward indian manufacture mate.....as you say Aussie made gear should have the D^D marking also the distinguishing green is generally more textured from my

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    G'day All

    I need help on this belt I've recently obtained from NL
    Is it British (pretty sure it is) and what is the maker (as I haven't come across this maker before)?

    Thanks

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    Hi Rene

    From what is showing of the belt, I would definately say British 1937 ptn.
    I cant help yo with the makers mark though, sorry.
    Does it have all brass fittings and slides or is it fitted with webbing slides? (Just being nosey!)

    Regards etc.

    Ian

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    It looks like an unissued 37 pattern webbing belt, need to see the whole belt with buckles and slides to be sure,cant help with the id

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    Here's the whole belt

    Thanks

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    Hi Rene

    Thats a good WW2 dated 37ptn web belt mate

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    Quote by jimpy View Post
    Hi Rene

    Thats a good WW2 dated 37ptn web belt mate
    Thanks Ian

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    G'day All

    I've had a first hand opinion on this one and it's Aussie made! going by the green in the weave, and you can see this in a previous post
    http://warrelics.eu/forum/equipment-...37-gear-12378/
    - a little rarer than a British one! I did want a British made belt though

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    At a another guess possibly Indian made, most of there gear had a makers name code and date but no Broad arrow etc.

    Nige.
    "Now, I've designed this like a collapsing bag ! "

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    Quote by Nige H View Post
    At a another guess possibly Indian made, most of there gear had a makers name code and date but no Broad arrow etc.

    Nige.
    G'day Nige, and thanks for your reply

    There is still a possibility that it could be Indian, but my mate was adamant it wasn't.
    Normally it should have a Defence Department and a broad arrow if it was Aussie.

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    Hi Rene, I would lean toward indian manufacture mate.....as you say Aussie made gear should have the D^D marking also the distinguishing green is generally more textured from my knowledge ? I will have a look and see if I cant take a couple of comparison pics for ya.....

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