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Confederate Sheet Brass Style Belt Buckle Like Mullinax Pattern 193
Item #: A122
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Here is a tough to find version of Confederate belt buckle. This is the pattern illustrated as figure 193 in the revised edition of the Confederate belt buckle book by Mullinax. He describes these sheet brass buckles were made of cast brass with the edges of the buckle crimped, folded onto the face and mitered. Then they would solder a set of wire belt attachment hooks onto the reverse. You can still see the traces of the three solder spots on the reverse where the hooks would have been at one time. They utilized flattened copper wire hooks with these buckles. Mullinax also notes that these have been found in sites of the Army of Tennessee camps and battles. This one was recovered years ago in Corinth, Mississippi. Corinth was the staging area for the Confederates before the Battle of Shiloh. It was also the location of a fierce battle in October of 1862. What a cool and affordable Confederate belt buckle!

Shipping Weight: 0.6 lb
$695.00 USD

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