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Civil War & Earlier Soldier's Belt Buckles in Excavated & Non-E
Richmond, Virginia Found Civil War New York "SNY" Belt Buckle
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This is a great looking belt buckle! This is the belt buckle from the state of New York. It is the style pictured as figure #545 in O'Donnell's buckle book. He lists it as the infantry pattern enlisted man's belt buckle. It has the clear "SNY" lettering on the face that stands for the state of New York. This is the classic style that was worn by the soldiers from New York during the Civil War. The face has a nice green and tan patina to the brass. On the back of the buckle it has all three of the original belt attachment hooks intact. When this buckle was recovered it had some shallow nicks along the edge and had a beautiful restoration job. It now displays beautifully. The verbal history that accompanied this belt buckle is that it was recovered near Richmond, Virginia. This is a nice original State of New York belt buckle that has a great look!

Item #: A6652
Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Your Price:$495.00 USD
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