A brown leather belt with one end looped over and riveted enclosing a buckle. Buckle is round section steel and has a roller along outer edge and a central clasp. The other end of the belt is cut square and has three holes punched into it, the holes appear to be evidence of metal rivets. This belt is possibly part of a sledge belt.
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