MODEL 1851 OFFICER’S SWORD BELT PLATE WITH REMAINS OF BELT

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Item Code: 1054-2068

Civil War-era officer’s sword belt buckle. Later war pattern cast brass eagle buckle with 1 ¼” wide hook on back. The buckle is still nicely curved and only shows minor wear on highly raised areas. Beautiful dark patina overall. Eagle plate, matching keeper, and brass adjuster buckle all remain attached to a portion of the original stitched leather belt. There is approximately 15” of belt leather remaining with two sliding belt loops. Leather is heavily worm chewed and covered with small holes. No critters remain. An excellent display piece.  [jet]

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