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  • British soldiers 1914 pattern brass webbing clips/buckles with leather belt remains well cleaned relic recovered from woods outside Flers the first village captured using tanks on the September 1916 Somme battlefield

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    This is a group of British soldiers 5 , 1914 pattern brass webbing clips or buckles with the brown leather belt remains the leather bits are solid not braking up and retain some of there brown colour and the brass buckles have turned green from being buried They are in relic but solid condition not crumbling or braking up they have been very well cleaned and are perfect for display or any collection an rare to get the 1914 pattern stuff recovered in this good a condition. The buckles were recovered from woods near the village of Flers on the Somme battlefield of late summer 1916. Flers was the first village captured using tanks in September 1916 during the battle of the Somme. 

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