CONFEDERATE ENLISTED MAN’S FRAME BUCKLE FROM COLD HARBOR

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Item Code: 490-5787

These classic Confederate, brass, fixed-tongue frame buckles come in a variety of sizes and slight variations making them a distinct category for collectors of Confederate field gear and belt plates. They were strong, light, simple to make, widely produced, and saw service in every theatre of the war. This one comes from Cold Harbor, site of costly, failed Union assaults as Grant relentlessly maneuvered Lee back upon Richmond and Petersburg in 1864.

The buckle was cast with frame, teeth and center bar flat and in one plain. The teeth are broad and short. The frame and center bar both show some waviness and bends showing some kind of stress and impact, but there are no breaks or cracks. The brass shows overall as a mix of brown and gray, with a few hints of light green. The teeth are only slightly dull at the tips.

If you want classic Confederate soldier’s belt buckle this would be a good candidate that would also fit in a display of this widely used Confederate pattern.  [sr][ph:L]

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