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In the late 19th Century the Volunteer Battalions of regiments purchased their equipment through the Territorial Associates. The brown leather Slade-Wallace equipment was frequently only loosely based on the official patterns and produced by private contractors. In 1903 the new brown leather Bandoleer equipment was introduced to replace the Slade-Wallace buff leather. This is a brown leather frog similar to the G.S. MKI with tooled edges and brass buckle, many of this type were made to carry the P 1888 & P 1903 bayonets . This example is in very nice condition with all stitching and metalwork intact. See No 101 on pages 26 & 27 of Bayonet Belt Frogs Part 1 by Anthony Carter for reference. The price for this scarce item includes UK delivery. L 260.