UK Sam Browne Sword Frog

UK Sam Browne Sword Frog
This is my new reproduction of the standard sword frog for the British officer's Sam Browne belt.
 
Our PriceUS$ 18.00
Code205444000
Stock59
Weight.2
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Color is a light reddish brown that can be darkened if necessary to match your belt. This matches the belt and other accessories of Sam browne.
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