Enlisted men's brass shoulder Belt plate of the Regiment of Foot "Connaught Rangers", c. 1814 Found near Fort Erie. The effective men of the battalion were drafted into the battalion before coming to Canada. Served in the Plattsburgh, NY campaign of
(historicaltwiststore.com) 41st regiment of Foot- Officer's Button. Officers to wear gold as of 1812. The officers of the 2nd Battalion would have arrived in Canada during 1813 wearing the new gold lace while the change was probably completed for the officers of the 1st Battalion by early 1814 (Chartrand- A Scarlet Coat)
1796: RATHDOWN CAVALRY OFFICER'S SHOULDER BELT PLATE An oval George III Officer's shoulder belt plate engraved with crowned Maid of Erin harp. Surrounded and surmounted by Royal Cypher and above the date 1796". Scrolls above and below containing the name of the regiment. Reverse with double stud and single hook.
The Cheshire Regiment Officers Waist Belt Clasp 1881 1902