RELIC ARROW HOOK AND TONGUE DUG AT SHELBYVILLE TENNESSEE

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Item Code: 490-5765

This dug relic is the arrow hooks and tongue off the back of a US waistbelt plate. Often the Rebs would melt the lead off the back of the plate, remove the hooks and tongue and use them for their own belts.

This piece was dug in a Confederate camp along the Duck River in Shelbyville, Tennessee.  [ad][ph:L]

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