Sabretache & Crossbelt
The DYC dress crossbelt had a silver pricker plate, chains and boss.
Belt end detail.
Victorian Derbyshire Yeomanry Cavalry pouch flap. A good silver Officer's example by Bent & Parker (Birmingham hallmarks, date letter polished) comprising a rectangular silver plate, the border engraved with half inch line of floral decoration; mounted to the centre, a gilt floriated DYC cypher.
The DYC Undress Sabretache.
North Derbyshire Yeomanry Crossbelt, Alfreton troop, 1820s
Gold-thread pouch belt believed to have been owned by John Chambers. Pouch belts held ammunition (lead balls and paper cartridges of gun-powder) and were worn around the soldier’s back