WW1 British Army 1908 Pattern Trench Art Webbing Belt with Badges RARE Badges. Genuine 1908 pattern webbing belt used by British forces in accordance with the 1908 pattern webbing battle order in the field during the First World War. Trench art are objects usually made from scrap materials, debris or by-products of warfare. Although items made by soldiers are called trench art, they were almost never made in the trenches.
Items like this required, skill, tools and machinery and were manufactured in workshops behind the lines. The belt features 20 badges of various regiments, which are as follows. WW1 Crossed rifles marksman trade badge. WW1 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards. King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment cap badge.A pair of white metal Victorian Royal West Kent Regiment collar badges. WW1 Royal East Kent Regiment collar badge. WW1 Royal London Fusiliers cap badge. WW1 Bi-metal Bedfordshire Regiment cap badge. WW1 Royal Irish Rifles cap badge. WW1 RFC Royal Flying Corps collar badge. WW1 Australian Commonwealth Military Forces cap badge. WW1 12th Royal Lancers cap badge. WW1 Northampton Regiment cap badge. WW1 The Essex Regiment cap badge. WW1 Dorsetshire Regiment cap badge. WW1 23rd Battalion The London Regiment cap badge. WW1 3rd King's Own Hussars cap badge. WW1 Middlesex Regiment collar badge. WW1 RAMC Royal Army Medical Corps cap badge.
WW1 Royal West Kent Regiment cap badge. The belt is in good condition and complete with all brass buckles and hardware. Please look at my other items for more militaria and collectables.This item is in the category "Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Field Gear". The seller is "1928thompson" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.