Uniform [Royal Flying Corp (RFC) belt "Sam Browne belt"]

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A 'Sam Browne' belt from a Royal Flying Corp uniform. A brown leather belt incorporating shoulder strap. There is a brass, 2-pronged buckle which fastens the belt at the front to 15-holed strap with a brass press stud and a narrow leather loop to hold excess strap when fastened. Five brass loops attached to the edge of the belt (3 at the top, 2 at the bottom) the shoulder strap is attached to 2 of these loops on the top. A brass hook on the left front of the belt has lost its hook. The shoulder strap is fastened by a brass press stud at each end and a metal buckle.
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Processed Material/Metal/Alloy/Copper Alloy/Brass
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1914-1918. Uniform [Royal Flying Corp (RFC) belt "Sam Browne belt"], 1977.137.10. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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