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Beautiful Non-Dug Cast Brass Version of O'Donnell Plate #132 Circa 1830
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Here is a beautiful belt buckle from the 1830's. This is a solid cast version of the buckle used for the illustration of plate #132 in O'Donnell's buckle book. They state that this pattern was made from 1825 till 1832. The center disk has the Union eagle with the upturned wings and the shield on her chest. She has the arrows of war in one talon and the branch of peace in the other. Between the belt loop and disk it has the acorn and oak leaf designs. Both pieces have the very small stamped assembly number "3" stamped on the front side of the loop. These numbers let us know that they were hand fitted from the factory. The buckle is in beautiful non-excavated condition with a beautiful rich attic style patina all over.

Item #: A6785
Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Your Price:$995.00 USD
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