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10th Regiment Variatin of the O'Donnell & Campbell Buckle #895 Circa 1862-1868
Item #: A3809
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This is a fine looking belt buckle. This is a variation of the buckle used as the illustration used for plate #895 on page 530 of the Belt Buckle & Plate Book by O'Donnell & Campbell. They tell how in 1862, the famous 2nd New York regiment started using this pattern of belt buckle. Other regiments followed suit including the 10th, this regiments buckle. They note how they used these plates until about 1868. It is constructed using a thick rolled brass base with the numbers engraved out and filled with black enamel. This one still retains a fine amount of the black paint. On the back of the buckle it has the original applied tongue bar and belt loop. This one is in beautiful non-excavated condition.

Shipping Weight: 0.6 lb
$245.00 USD

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