ORIGINAL UNISSUED WWI Bandage Belt Carried by Hospital Corpsmen/Medics in France. This is an ORIGINAL and UNISSUED/MINT condition WWI Hospital Corps bandage belt as carried by medics in France. There's no much out there online describing this belt, even on the US Militaria Forum. So, if anyone has any information about these belts, I would appreciate receiving it. The belt is made of light olive drab #3 (aka "khaki") web flaps and canvas pockets and belt and may be adjusted on the underside by means of grommets and hooks at either end of the belt.The belt was manufactured by the famous Mills Woven Cartridge Belt Co. Of Worcester, Massachusetts and is dated July, 1918 with the Mills "bullet" logo on the underside of the belt. The belt's ten pockets were intended to carry the Corpsman's Carlisle Model and other bandages and miscellaneous medical paraphernalia while in the field, in addition to the Hospital Corps Pouch, which had a shoulder strap. The bag is in MINT, UNISSUED overall condition. The metal parts show little if any signs of the wear or storage corrosion normally found on 100-year old metal parts. Most impressively, the bag has flawless rimless eagle snaps securing each of the flaps (see images below), also hallmarked with Mills' name on the underside of the female snaps. I'm a militaria collector like you and I do this as a sideline to my own collecting. Nonetheless, I'll try to serve you in a businesslike fashion. Vendio Images: More than just a pretty image. Get business information that counts! - Vendio Counters are active content free. The item "ORIGINAL UNISSUED WWI Bandage Belt Carried by Hospital Corpsmen/Medics in France" is in sale since Friday, June 16, 2017. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\WW I (1914-18)\Original Period Items\United States\Personal, Field Gear". The seller is "stanwolcott" and is located in Big Bear Lake, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.