CONFEDERATE CROSS BELT PLATE – RECOVERED FROM CENTERVILLE, VIRGINIA 1862 CAMP

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Item Code: 1054-2491

Plate was dug at the site of the Confederate winter camp after the Battle of Bull Run in 1862. Shows an even brown patina. Reverse shows soldering where hooks were present. Buckle is slightly warped, creased and chipped on edge.  [ad]

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