HEAVY ARTILLERY BUFF LEATHER BELT, BUCKLE AND FROG

$1,100.00

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Item Code: 1000-613

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This buff leather belt rig is in very good condition. Belt leather remains pliable.  The rectangular eagle NCO plate features the three-piece silver wreath applied to the face. The buckle and keeper have matching bench numbers.

Frog for the artillery short sword hangs from the two brass rings. There are a just a very few small white “spots” scattered upon the dark brown surface, otherwise dark brown buff face is very good. All stitching on belt is tight and unbroken.

These belts were to carry the Model 1832 Artillery short sword and this specimen will make a wonderful addition to any display or collection.  [jet]

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