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Civil War & Earlier Soldier's Belt Buckles in Excavated & Non-E
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Silvered Copper 1820's Eagle Pattern Waist Belt Buckle Like O'Donnell #172
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This is one of the most beautiful military belt buckles from the early 1800's. It is an original militia style plate similar to the one pictured at the bottom of the page on page 113 of the wonderful buckle book by O'Donnell & Campbell. They state that this buckle would have been made about 1818 until about 1830. They note how the eagle resembles the regulation 1821 pattern cap plate design. This one is of high quality because of the silver wash that was applied to the copper face of the buckle. It still retains a superb amount of the original silver wash. The spread wing eagle has magnificent detail and above her head it proudly reads "E PLURIBUS UNUM". On the back of the plate it has the original keeper hook as well as the belt loop bar. It has a cool look and is tough to find version.

Item #: B976
Shipping Weight: 0.6 lb
Your Price:$695.00 USD
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