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Civil War & Earlier Soldier's Belt Buckles in Excavated & Non-E
Original U.S. Soldier's Excavated Belt Buckle With Original Leather Under the Hooks
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Here is a cool belt buckle! It is an original Civil War U.S. soldier's waist belt buckle. The face of the plate has the classic bold "US" lettering. When you turn the plate over you see that in the lead fill of the back you can see that the arrow style belt hooks. It still retains the two arrow hooks as well as having the original keeper hook intact. If you notice underneath the arrow hooks it has a portion of the original leather from the soldier's belt still attached. It isn't very often that the soil preserves the leather this way. This is a very nice looking buckle with the leather under the hooks as well as some of the other side under the keeper hook. The verbal history that accompanied this buckle is that it was found in the 1960's in the Battle of Chancellorsville, Virginia area. Chancellorsville was a battle between the Confederate forces of Robert E. Lee and Union General Joseph Hooker on April 30th until May 6, 1863. This is a nice belt plate from a famous battle.

Item #: B9593
Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Your Price:$350.00 USD
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