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Identifying a Volunteer Pattern Belt

Article about: I have just bought this belt as part opf a lot of pre WW1 uniform and equipment: It has white metal fittings so I am guessing it is from a Volunteer batallion rather than a regular unit. Can

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    I have just bought this belt as part opf a lot of pre WW1 uniform and equipment:
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    It has white metal fittings so I am guessing it is from a Volunteer batallion rather than a regular unit. Can anyone identify the pattern of belt or is it one of the wierd and wonderful private purchases done by individual units? The inside of hte belt has a unit stamp:
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    Can anyone help me identify a unit?

    Many Thanks

    Ed

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    Artillery Volunteers?

    Nice belt

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    Thanks, that's certainly plausible. It came with a 1913 pattern scarlet dress tunic and a buff general services bayonet frog so I have a ready made display!

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