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Authentic Confederate Belt Buckles & Plates From The Civil War
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Wheler, Alabama Dug C.S. Round Corner Style Belt Buckle Like Mullinax #125
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Here is an attractive original Confederate belt buckle. This is the buckle referred to by collectors as the Round Corner C.S. This is the solid cast belt buckle that was mainly issued to soldiers of the Army of Tennessee. This is the pattern that is illustrated as figure #125 on page 74 of the Confederate Belt Buckle book by Steve Mullinax. This is a buckle with a pleasing untouched look to it. The face has the vividly clear "CS" that takes up almost the entire face of the plate. The buckle has an tannish brown patina on the buckle face. At the factory they added the black enamel to the background. On the back of the buckle it has just the bases of all three of the original attachment hooks with the hooks themselves lost to the ages. The verbal history of the belt buckle is that it was found a few decades back in Wheeler, Alabama. Wheeler is the location of the home of Confederate general Joseph Wheeler. This is a fine looking original Confederate belt buckle that hasn't had any restoration of any kind.

Item #: C1889
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