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Authentic Confederate Belt Buckles & Plates From The Civil War
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Rossville, Georgia Found "Tennessee Slim" C.S.A. Belt Buckle
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This is a great looking belt buckle! It is an original Confederate States of ' America rectangular belt buckle. On the front of the plate it has the bold, proud letters "C.S.A.". This is the thinner style that was originally referred to by collectors as the Virginia style because the early ones were found in Virginia but later on the overwhelming majority were found in Tennessee. Many of the newer collectors call them the "Tennessee Slim" because of the location of recovery and the fact that they are a lot thinner than their thicker cast "Georgia" style counterparts. It still has all three of the original integrally cast brass belt hooks intact on the reverse and they are in nice shape. It has a great greenish tan patina and the lettering shows up well. The verbal history that accompanied this buckle is that it was found in the Confederate camps in Rossville, Georgia. They stated it was found on July 17,2010 by a relic hunter named Jason Tate. This would have been lost by one of the Southerners towards the start of the fierce campaign to protect Atlanta and the rest of Georgia from General Sherman. This is a fine looking buckle from North Georgia.


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