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Indian War & Later Soldier's Belt Buckles in Excavated & Non-Excavated Condition
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Original 1870's Soldier's Belt Buckle From Company "I"
Item #: A1634
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This is a great buckle! It is the waist belt buckle that was worn by a member of Company "I" of a militia company. This buckle is a variation of the buckle that was used for the illustration of figure #824 of the buckle book on page #492. They state that the buckle would have been made circa 1875. The face of the plate has the bold and proud "I" in the center to denote the company the soldier was in in the regiment. It has the letter that is applied to the face,. It has the original attachment pin intact on the reverse. It also has the keeper tongue as well as the bar belt loop. This one is 100% authentic and in excellent shape.


Shipping Weight: 0.6 lb
$69.00 USD

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