CONFEDERATE HOLSTER FOR .44 CALIBER PISTOL

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Item Code: 458-158

This holster is made of unfinished leather that was dyed black. As it is now much of the black dye has worn off revealing the original brown color underneath. The leather is in good condition with light scuffing from use. Flap is held closed by a crudely mounted and odd formed brass finial that passes through a teardrop shaped hole. The edge of the flap has had a thin piece of leather sewn to it as binding. The holster is hand stitched along one side and comes to a rounded point instead of the cylinder and plug used by Northern makers.

The back of the holster has a single hand sewn loop that meas. approx. 1.75 inches wide x 3.00 long. The stitching holding the bottom of the loop split at some point. The soldier, or whoever owned this holster at the time, cut two slits approx. 2.00 inches apart for attaching the holster to a waist belt. From the wear patterns and surface scuffs it appears that this item has seen long and hard use. All the stitching is holding tight except for the section mentioned above.

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