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Beautiful Excavated Civil War Eagle Sword Belt Buckle From Richmond
Item #: A628
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This is an attractive excavated Civil War eagle sword belt buckle. This is the style that was worn on the sword belt of many Civil War officers. It has the beautiful spread wing pattern eagle in the center of the buckle. The eagle has the ribbon coming from her beak that reads the motto "E PLURIBUS UNUM”. This is the pattern that had the applied German silver wreath around the eagle when it left the factory. On the back of the buckle it has the original keeper hook intact. It also has assembly number of "330" stamped into the tongue. It has had a keeper loop added to match and it looks well with it. The keeper has the "8500". The verbal history that accompanied this piece is that it was recovered on private property near in Richmond, Virginia. This is a beautiful excavated buckle for your collection.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
$350.00 USD

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