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Old 14-10-20, 04:15 PM
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Default Wessex Regiment Helmet plate & Stable belt

Hi trying to push my Wessex Collection along would anyone have the following:

Helmet plate centre, just the Circlet would be good but the whole thing would be great.

2nd Battalion Stable belt with Locket fastening. I know other members have good photos of this belt also stablebelts.co.uk. (which is copyrighted)

Thanks for looking Neil
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Old 14-10-20, 07:19 PM
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If interested will post photo of my stable belt 1 did have 2 mint band helmets complete with badge I kept one sold the other to Rod Flood at the Yate arms fair some time back Have a 2nd H P mounted on my Wessex board
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Thanks David you kindly sent me some photos of your impressive board some time ago. If you could post a photo of the stable belt in question it would be appreciated.
Neil
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The chaps in the second photo seem rather 'familiar'. Ducky.
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