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Excavated "S" Portion Skin From a Civil War Belt Buckle or Boxplate from Chancellorsville
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This is the original brass "Skin" portion of a Civil War U.S. belt buckle or boxplate. The brass has the "S" half of the classic U.S. lettering. Since the lead has been melted out of the back of the plate we don't know for sure if it was a buckle or cartridge box plate. It displays well and is only $29.00. The verbal history that accompanied this piece 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. The plate has damage as you can see but is priced accordingly!

Item #: C1563
Shipping Weight: 0.3 lb
Your Price:$29.00 USD
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