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Excellent Confederate 2-Piece Sword Belt Buckle From a 1940's Shiloh Museum
Item #: A4516
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This is a superb excavated example of the Civil War officer’s sword belt buckle. This is the pattern that is known to collectors as the "Virginia” style sword belt buckle. These were probably manufactured in Richmond and were widely used the Army of Northern Virginia cavalry and officers. This is the version similar to Plate #001 in the revised edition of the Confederate buckle book by Steve Mullinax. It has a vividly clear "CS’ on the tongue portion of the buckle. The matching wreath has an equally superb display. This one has a gorgeous brown tone with hints of green patination in the recesses. It is a flawless buckle that has had no repair or restoration. What is special about this belt buckle is not only the fantastic condition but it was part of one of the earliest collections in SHiloh. During the 1940's there was a souvenir shop that was ran by a true collector and lover of Civil War artifacts. The souvenir shop didn't make it but he kept his collection till he passed. About 20 years ago, I bought the collection except for this Confederate belt buckle. I have some xerox images of the museum as well as parts of the collection. This buckle would be one of the 2-piece buckles laying on the card table in the image. The xerox images will accompany the belt buckle. This beauty will make a superb addition to any Confederate buckle collection.

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$3,250.00 USD

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