C1840-1850 MILITIA OFFICER’S PLATE AND BELT

$2,750.00

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Item Code: 344-923

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Two piece brass Militia plate on a buff leather belt. Tongue has spread winged eagle on a lined field surrounded by 28 five pointed stars. Wreath is made of oak leaves. Both pieces have matching production markings and fit together well. White buff leather belt is in good condition with some light dirt and discoloration from use and storage. The belt is made up of three separate pieces of leather which are connected by brass loops. Suspended from these loops were the two chain linked sword drops, only one of which is present. Single leather slide is also present. 

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