1840’S MILITIA OFFICER’S BELT AND BUCKLE

$1,950.00

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Item Code: 344-932

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White buff leather belt meas. approx. 1.50 inches wide and is in very good condition with only some light surface dirt from age and storage. Two-piece plate is made up of a rectangular tongue with a spread winged eagle at center holding arrows in his right claw and an olive branch in his left. Eagle is looking to his right. Wreath is also rectangular and has a star with scrollwork design at top and bottom center while the edges are made of oak leaves. The sword hangers are no longer present but the sword hook is. Ex-Norm Flayderman collection.  [ad]

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