MODEL 1851 NCO WAIST BELT WITH BELT PLATE AND SWORD FROG

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Item Code: 1087-78

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Civil War era non-commissioned officer’s belt buckle on original waist belt. Cast brass eagle buckle which has a one-piece applied German silver wreath and has the narrow ½ inch wide hook on back. The detail of the eagle remains very good.

Bridle leather waist belt is 1 ¾” wide with brass keeper riveted and sewn to one end and with brass adjuster hook on the other. There is one sliding leather belt loop. Surface of the leather shows moderate crazing and has white, waxy residue from leather treatment.

Leather sword frog is on the belt. It is in complete but worn condition. All stitching remains tight and unbroken. Due to the formed shape of the frog you can tell it had a sword scabbard in it for a long time.  [jet]

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