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Civil War & Earlier Soldier's Belt Buckles in Excavated & Non-E
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Fine Looking Civil War Eagle Belt With 1-Piece German Silver Wreath
Item #: A6060
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This is a great looking belt and buckle. It is an original Civil War eagle sword belt. This is the pattern that has the white buff leather style belt. The belt has a very nice "used but not abused" look to it. On the inside of the belt it has an ancient ink inscription that reads "Chas. P. Gulick" and "Co. H.". We looked the name up and surprisingly found that there are multiple people that it could be. The buckle itself has the beautiful spread wing eagle in the center with the "E PLURIBUS UNUM" ribbon above her. This is the pattern with the one piece style German silver wreath added for display. The entire wreath is present with a fine untouched look. The finishing numbers on the buckle and the keeper are different numbers but they fit together perfectly as you can see. This is a great looking belt for your relic room shelf.

Shipping Weight: 3 lbs
$495.00 USD

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