US Pre-WWI Trouser Belt

US Pre-WWI Trouser Belt
Reproduction Mills web trouser belt for US Army uniforms.
 
Our PriceUS$ 15.00
Code102691000
Stock166
Weight0.1
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I am not sure when these were adopted, but Mills patent date is 1904. These were replaced in 1938 by a wider belt. This reproduction faithfully copies all markings of the buckle and tip, including Mills bullet logo. These are 40 inches long.
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