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FROM 2 BOOKS! Confederate Louisiana Pelican 2-Piece Belt Buckle
Item #: L5181
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Here is an absolutely beautiful original Civil War made soldiers belt buckle. This is the highly sought after version that was worn by a Confederate soldier from the state of Louisiana. The face of the buckle has the distinctive and proud great seal of the state of Louisiana which depicts the mother pelican feeding her young. The spread wing pelican sits in the nest with the baby pelicans. This 2-piece buckle is referred to by collectors as a tongue & wreath buckle. The 2 piece of the buckle are constructed of cast brass. As you can see the buckle has a beautiful look all over. This is the EXACT buckle that is illustrated as plate number 269 in the revised edition of the book entitled Confederate Belt Buckles And Plates by Steve Mullinax. It is also pictured on page 110 of the book by Charles Harris, Civil War Relics of the Western Campaigns. The history accompanying the buckle is that it was found in a Confederate Campsite near Murfreesboro, Tennessee. It was found by Wade Buchanan. This buckle came from the award winning collection of Don Phillips. His Confederate Belt Buckle display won numerous awards at the biggest Civil War shows across the country. This is your chance to own a buckle from his "Best of Show" award winning collection. This belt and buckle will fit in nicely with any museum quality collection.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
$11,500.00 USD

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