RELIC PATTERN 1851 NCO BELT PLATE RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

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Item Code: 1054-1620

Plate has a very nice dark patina throughout. All the details of the spread-winged eagle are clearly visible. None of the applied silver wreath remains.

Plate is complete with the belt keeper on one end and a narrow tongue on the reverse.

The plate does have a slight waviness to it from ground action.

Reverse has lettering in worn white paint that reads “CAMP LETTERMAN GETTYSBURG #7 1959.”

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