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British Victorian Pattern Leatherware, Cartridge Boxes, Belts, Straps, Cap Pouches, Water Bottles.  Re-enactors Accoutrement Needs, All periods and conflicts. Hand Made & Stitched Leatherware                              



Bayonet Frogs

BF01
Bayonet Frog, Dragoons, c1812

Black

US$45.00

 



BF02
Waistbelt, Snake Buckle, with attached bayonet Frog
c1805-1825

Black

US$145.00





BF1

Bayonet Frog,   Infantry Sergeants. Pattern 1850

Black, Natural Buff (un-stained), Whitened Buff

US$45.00


This Frog was only worn by Infantry Sergeants up until 1854. At that time Rank and File Bayonet Frog was on a shoulder strap (Baldric) and Sergeants wore a belt.

BF2

Bayonet Frog,  Pattern 1854, Infantry.

Black, Natural Buff (un-stained). Whitened Buff

US$45.00


Introduced with the Pattern 53 Rifle with a waist belt Pattern 54. Designed to take the Enfield Pattern 53 socket bayonet.

BF3

Bayonet Frog Pattern 1865

Black,Brown, Natural Buff (un-stained), Whitened Buff

US$45.00



Introduced for the carriage of a sword bayonet and saw service throgh to the introduction of the Pattern 1890 valise equipment.

BF4

Bayonet Frog General Service Pattern 1890 MkI

Black,Brown, Natural Buff (un-stained), Whitened Buff

US$45.00



BF5

Bayonet Frog General Service Pattern 1899 MkII

Black,Brown, Natural Buff (un-stained), Whitened Buff

US$45.00



This bayonet frog was issued with the Pattern 1903 Bandolier Equipment in the UK

BF6

Bayonet Frog NZMR Pattern 1905 Type 1, 2, 3 &4

Dark Brown, Mid Brown & Tan

NZ$55.00
NOTE:
Priced in NZ$ as these frogs were NZ Specific.

This bayonet frog, Type 1, 2, 3 & 4 are distinguished only by the length of the hanger. and other minor variations.
Type 3 Illustrated here.

As described in "NZ Army Personal Equipment 1910-1945, O'Sullivan, ISBN 0-9582535-9-5, Wilson Scott Publishing.

BF7

Bayonet Frog Australian Pattern 1915

Brown

US$45.00


Australian Pattern 1915 Equipment, Light Horse, 1915 and still in use up to 1945.