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Very Scarce Excavated Alabama Volunteer Corps Belt Buckle
Item #: L5159
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Here is a very tough to find original Southern used belt buckle. This is the one that was used by a member of the Alabama Volunteer Corp. This version is illustrated as plate 218 on page 123 of the Confederate Belt Buckle and Plate book by Steve Mullinax. The face of the plate has the thick version of block style letters "AVC" which stands for the Alabama Volunteer Corps. Mullinax notes that this is version that is most often found in Western Theater battle sites. This one has the clear lettering on the face with a pleasing look. On the reverse of the buckle it has a good bit of the original lead remaining. The history accompanying the buckle is that it was found in a firepit in a Confederate campsite in Middleton,Tennessee. You can see the lead shifted to one side from the heat in the firepit. This buckle came from the award winning collection of Don Phillips. His Confederate Belt Buckle display won numerous awards at the biggest Civil War shows across the country. This is your chance to own a buckle from his "Best of Show" award winning collection. This is an original Civil War Alabama belt buckle.

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$9,750.00 USD

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