EXCELLENT CONDITION MODEL 1910 GARRISON BELT

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Item Code: 1047-147

Light OD green web belt with two piece tongue and wreath style plate.

Belt is tightly woven and meas. approx. 2.00 inches wide. The belt can be adjusted for size on each end by the use of a blackened iron tip with “c” hooks. Each keeper is marked with the Mills name and “PATENTED APR. 18, 1905” and “MADE BY MILLS WOVEN CARTRIDGE BELT CO. WORCESTER, MASS. U.S.A.”

Each end of the belt has a blackened metal slider which helps to anchor the blackened bronze tongue with raised “US” and plain wreath. Behind each piece of the belt plate is a pouch for a single clip of rifle ammunition. These are held closed by rimmed eagle snaps. The underside of each flap is marked with the Mills name and a 1916 date.

Belt is mostly clean and in excellent shape as are the pouches. The blacking on the belt plate is good. Inside surface has the number “37821” and “G-??” with another unreadable number. Marking is done in black ink.

Nice example of an early 20th Century belt.  [ad]

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