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Civil War & Earlier Soldier's Belt Buckles in Excavated & Non-E
COOL VERSION! Non-Excavated Civil War Eagle Sword Belt Buckle With Thin Hook
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This is a beautiful non-excavated Civil War eagle sword belt buckle. This is the style that was worn on the sword belt of many Civil War soldiers. It has the beautiful spread wing pattern eagle in the center of the buckle. Around the border of the buckle it has the ray style design. The eagle has the ribbon coming from her beak that reads the motto "E PLURIBUS UNUM". This is the pattern that has the integral cast wreath around the eagle. On the back of the buckle it has the original keeper hook intact. If you notice on the back of the buckle it has the narrow hook which lets us know it is earlier in production compared to most of them that have the medium width tongues. What makes this one interesting is that it shows that not all of these were very well made for rich boys. This one is a simple but effective one. The brass has the casting flaws where it was made in a rush but they used the gold gilding on the face of the buckle in the protected areas. These filled the specifications for the regulations but would have saved the soldier some money. It is accompanied by the original cast brass keeper portion. This is an attractive non-excavated Civil War eagle sword belt buckle for your collection.

Item #: B350
Shipping Weight: 0.6 lb
Your Price:$295.00 USD
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