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Excavated 1850's Militia Style Eagle Belt Buckle Like O'Donnell #402
Item #: A4032
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This is a great looking buckle! It is an original eagle style eagle militia plate. This is the thick style that is made from a sheet of stamped brass. In the center of the buckle it has the beautiful droop wing eagle with the arrows of war in one talon and the branch of peace in the other. Around the border of the buckle it has the 13 stars for each of the original colonies. When this buckle was recovered it had the keeper hook intact but the belt loop bar was missing in action. We had it professionally restored and he also restored a couple of the nicks along the edge on the face of the buckle. Now it displays superbly from all angles. We added the before and after pictures so you could see exactly what has been done to the buckle. It is priced accordingly. It is similar to the one illustrated as figure #402 in the O’Donnell & Campbell belt buckle book. It is a nice excavated piece of Civil War history!


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