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Cavalry Martingale Heart Found in Prairie Grove, Arkansas
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This is a nice piece that was found a while back. It is an original Civil War cavalry horse martingale. These went on the breast strap on the hose for ornamentation. They are made in the same style as a Civil War belt buckle with the stamped brass face and lead filled back. This is the unmarked style that was so popular with the cavalrymen of the Civil War. When it was recovered the edge had some chipping and loss. This piece was expertly restored for display purposes and it is priced accordingly. The back of the plate has most of the original lead present and you can see the outline of where the iron attachments were at one time. The verbal history that accompanied this piece is that it was recovered years ago in the are of Prairie Grove, Arkansas. The Battle of Prairie Grove, fought on December 7, 1862. This is a nice excavated cavalry item for the price.

Item #: C1560
Shipping Weight: 0.6 lb
Your Price:$295.00 USD
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