HOLSTER FOR COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY WITH VERBAL ID TO 15TH MASSACHUSETTS OFFICER

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Item Code: M26300

This leather holster consists of just the main body. The flap appears to have been cut for easier use.

The body of the holster meas. approx. 11.00 inches long. The leather is crazed but solid. The plug is present at the bottom and the stitching up the side is good but it does have a small separation approx. 2.50 inches long.

Reverse has no belt loop.

As stated above the flap has been cut and shortened leaving only 2.50 inches of it behind.

The verbal ID says that the holster belonged to Nathaniel Alexander who was a 40 year old farmer when he enlisted as a Private in Company C, 15th Massachusetts Infantry on December 17, 1861. During Alexander’s time with the regiment it was involved in the fighting on the Peninsula and Antietam. Private Alexander was discharged on October 15, 1862.  [ad]

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