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British Sword Belt: Sam Browne Pattern c1870 to Today

India - Colonial Wars - WWI - WWII - Today


ACC-012 55.00 95.000US 99.00CAN
Comes in Brown or Black


This pattern of belt was developed by Major Sam Browne in the Punjab Cavalry sometime in the 1860s. Browne had won Victoria Cross for charging rebel gun positions during the Indian Mutiny of 1857, but had lost an arm. Mounting and dismounting with his sword proved awkward and Browne set about developing a revolutionary belt system that has stood has stood the test of time to today.

The dark brown reproduction shown here is of excellent quality and comes with the Same Browne waistbelt, shoulder strap and sword frog. A wonderful addition to any collection.

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