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12/05/2021 02:27 AM
1911 COLT HOLSTER + ARMY BELT WITH (3) CARTRIDGES
Comments. The pieces in this lot are made out of of either leather, metal or canvas and appeared to be more than 85 years old. It includes a 10 ˝” high leather holster that has a button-down flap and has belt loop on the back. Also included are three empty bullet magazines two of which are marked” Colt 45 Auto”. There is a pair of holders for the magazines dated either 1917 or 1918 which have canvas bodies that are 6” high with metal clips in the front. There is even a 40” long canvas belt that has brass grommets, lug belt buckle and was made by the Mills Woven Cartridge Belt Company that was located in Worcester, Mass. Everything is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, some soiling/stains on the canvas and minor surface rust on the magazines.
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