The belt was a separate pickup. It is a 1908 pattern web belt, nicely blancoed and with the WD markings inside. Date is a little tough to make out, but looks like either 1916 or 1918.
The kilt has been in my collection for a number of years. It is named to Pte James Glen of Winnipeg, who served with the 43rd Battalion and was killed in 1917 at Lens at the age of 21. He is buried in Loos British Cemetery. My family and I paid a visit to his gravesite earlier this summer while touring the battlefields in France and Flanders. The tunic and cap are a perfect match for the kilt and display very nicely - a great way to honour Pte Glen and all of the members of the 43rd Battalion who fought in the Great War.
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