Sales Table - Frogs

The following frogs are offered for sale:

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#f237 – British General Service white buff frog, Brigade of Guards.
Very Good condition
SOLD

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#f248 – Canadian P51 Short belt loop webbing frog for the C1 bayonet.
Very Good condition
US$20

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#f277 – A Canadian webbing frog for the C1 bayonet. P51 (long) belt loop.
Very Good condition
US$20

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#f239 – A Canadian P1915 leather belt frog, for the P1907 bayonet. Nicely regimentally marked.
Very Good condition
US$85 ON HOLD

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#f281 – Canadian Ceremonial PVC belt frog, for the C1 bayonet.
Very Good condition
US$25

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#f290 – Canadian Pattern 1982 polyurethane coated web frog for the C1 bayonet.
Very Good condition
US$35

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#f003 – Commercial made web frog for No. 4 and No. 5 scabbards.
Execellent condition
US$25

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#f296 – An Australian P37 frog for the L1A2 bayonet.
Execellent condition
US$35

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#f245 – A South African Police P1903 Bandoleer Equipment belt frog for the M1 bayonet.
Execellent condition
US$45

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#f257 – A P1925 Royal Air Force WE belt frog for the P1907 bayonet.
Execellent condition
US$45

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#f294 – Canadian P51 Short belt loop webbing frog for the C1 bayonet.
Very Good condition
US$20

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#f271 – Canadian P51 Short belt loop webbing frog for the C1 bayonet.
Very Good condition
US$20

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#f292 – A Canadian webbing frog for the C1 bayonet. P51 (short) belt loop.
Very Good condition
US$20

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#m20 – A pair of leather securring tabs for the No.4 bayonet. Two variations, stitched and rivet.
Good condition
US$30

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#f263 – British General Service white buff frog, Brigade of Guards. Missing brass securring buckle.
Good condition
SOLD

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#f254 – Greek frog, post WWII, designed for the British P1907 bayonet.
Good condition
SOLD

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#f306 – British General Service white buff frog, Brigade of Guards.
Very Good condition
US$45

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#f259 – A commercial P37 frog.
Execellent condition
US$20

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#f261 – British General Service white buff frog, Brigade of Guards.
Very Good condition
US$45

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#f267 – Victorian British Volunteer black leather General Service frog. 7.5 inches overall length. Retaining strap partially missing.
Fair condition
US$20

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#f269 – Bayonet Frog No.5 WE P'37 style for No.4 socket bayonets.
Good condition
US$15

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#f273 – P1937 Webbing Equipment belt frog.
Very Good condition
US$35

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#f279 – British General Service white buff frog, Brigade of Guards.
Very Good condition
US$45

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#f286 – White Polyethylene Webbing frog for issue at UK Officer Cadet Schools (1971).
Very Good condition
US$20

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#f288 – Australian L1A2 knife bayonet webbing frog, introduced during the VietNam War 1966-72.
Very Good condition
US$35

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#f243 – P37 WE frog, made by Bata and dated 1940.
Very Good condition
SOLD

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#f252 – British General Service white buff frog, Brigade of Guards.
Very Good condition
US$45

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#m309 - An excellent, unissued examples of a 1945 dated Skeleton Assault Jerkin, with accommodation for a No. 4 bayonet. Referenced in detail on page 253 of 'Spirit of the Pike'.
Very Good condition
Spirit - page 253
US$390.00

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