CONFEDERATE TWO-PIECE “TONGUE AND WREATH” BELT PLATE, FOUND BY JOHN DUGGAN

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Item Code: 490-6335

This is the epitome of a Confederate belt buckle. This “tongue and wreath” sword belt buckle was recovered long ago by John Duggan.

In near perfect excavated condition; perhaps just slightly “flat” and with expected wear. This buckle has a beautiful brown patina overall. Perfect “CS” on disc; nice wreath with relatively thin looking belt loops.

Unknown recovery location.  [jet] [ph:L]

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