British Victorian White Buff Belt and Buckle

Item Description

Original Item: Three only! Original Brass Buckles showing the Queen Victoria Crown cypher! Dating from 1871 to 1901, these buckles were replaced by King's Crown in 1902. White Buff Leather Belt used in the field during the Zulu wars etc but by 1895 when Khaki was adopted for field service the white equipment was reserved for parade and ceremonial use. The male portion (center) of the buckle showing British Lion over Queen Victoria's Crown surrounded by the female portion displaying the motto: "DIEU ET MON DROIT" (God is my right).  Adjustable; with sliding buff leather keeper and integral leather tongue as buckle back, this seldom survived. Original Victorian era Buckle with almost certainly later buff white leather belt bearing various markings. Just released from British Ministry of Defense stores: A chance to upgrade your Victorian display.

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