SADDLE SHIELD AND LEATHER RECOVERED AT CITY POINT

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Item Code: 33-204

Stamped brass saddle shield that remains mounted on a piece of saddle leather. Unmarked shield with two of three brass tacks remaining.  Recovered from the James River at City Point where an ordnance wharf was blown up on August 9, 1864. Leather and shield are in very good condition.   [jet]

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