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CS Buckles

  1. Beautiful condition, excavated, stamped brass, rectangular, South Carolina State Seal waist belt plate.  This buckle was recovered on private property during the early 1980's by Cecil Hopper from a South Carolina Infantry camp located near Charleston, SC.  The plate has a completely uncleaned, brown-green woods patina with a very crisp strike.  This will be a fine addition to any Confederate buckle collection.--$3,450.

  2. "C" portion of a VERY RARE "C.S.A." cast brass rectangle Confederate waist belt plate.  This  Confederate buckle portion was recovered on private property at the Battle of Franklin, TN.  These cast brass buckles are made of some VERY strong cast brass stock.  One can only imagine what tremendous force had to occur to shadder a cast brass rectangle "C.S.A."  into little pieces.  One heck of a relic from one of the most horrific 5 hours of the American Civil War.--$295.SOLD

  3. Absolutely beautiful applied gold gilted disc pattern non-excavated South Carolina 2-piece Officer's Sword Belt plate.  The South Carolina officer who wore this buckle apparently broke the wreath and had to replace it with the closest match that he was able to find.  The fit is perfect, but one belt loop is just slightly more rounded than the other.  The plate displays beautifully, and I do have some additional family information as to who it likely belonged to that I can pass along.--$2,650.

  4. Excavated, standard large size, Confederate fork tongue frame buckle, measuring 2 3/4" wide by 4" long.  This plate has a smooth, brown/green, woods patina and was recovered from a Confederate Infantry camp in central Virginia.  When originally recovered, the plate had a break in one corner which is likely why it was discarded.  The break has been professionally stabilized, and you can't even find where it is located.  This plate displays very nicely.--$750.

  5. Excavated, medium size, measuring 2 1/4" wide by 3 1/2" long, Confederate fork tongue frame buckle.  This was recovered many years ago from the camp of the 16th Alabama Infantry located on the banks of Duck River near Shelbyville, TN.  This is a nice plate with a smooth, chocolate brown patina.--$750.SOLD

  6. Nondescript, cast brass, Confederate frame buckle with a portion of the original brown leather belt.  I have over the years recovered several near identical examples of this buckle from Confederate winter camps here.  A very similar example is pictured in Lonkeim's book Confederate General Service Accoutrement Plates.  This is going to make an excellent addition to someone's Confederate display at a very affordable price.--$450.SOLD

  7. Extremely rare to find, excavated, rectangular, Confederate "SHEET IRON" waist belt plate.  This buckle was recovered by Bob Bankston from Confederate camps on private property near Vicksburg, Mississippi.--$350.

  8. Beautiful condition excavated Confederate cast brass Georgia Frame waist belt plate.  This was recovered by Charlie Harris during the early 1970s on private property on Rocky Face Ridge near Dalton, GA.  It has a beautiful untouched green-brown patina.--$595.SOLD

  9. This is about 40% of the stamped brass face of one of the rarest belt plates of the American Civil War, that being the super scarce Mississippi Oval Confederate waist belt plate.  This plate was recovered by Charlie Harris, author of Excavated Civil War Relics of the Western Campaigns.  He recovered the plate on private property at Resaca, Georgia, in 1975.  Charlie and I were already Civil War buddies by this time, and I actually remember exactly when Charlie recovered this piece.  A complete Mississippi Oval waist belt plate now sells for around $20,000.  Although this is only 40% of the face, it is very easy to identify what buckle it is.  You can have in your collection a portion of one of the rarest Confederate belt plates of the American Civil War and recovered by one of the hobby's most well known authors for a very reasonable price.--$350.SOLD

  10. Small stamped brass "egg-shaped" CSA cartridge box plate.  These plates were originally on small, cardboard cartridge boxes that were given as souvenirs for attending a United Confederate Veterans (UCV) reunion during the late 1800's.  I have in the past actually had a couple of the complete paper cartridge boxes with the box plate still affixed.  This example has a pretty, aged, bronze patina, and the small attaching wires remain intact on the reverse.  It displays quite nicely and is a historic little piece.--$125.SOLD

  11. Excavated, cast brass, rectangular, C.S.A. waist belt plate.  This is a thicker Atlanta Arsenal style plate, and was recovered from 1863 Confederate camps along Duck River.  Two of the three attachment hooks remain intact on the reverse.  Most rectangular C.S.A. buckles recovered from these camps are of the thinner type, but we have recovered a few of the thicker Atlanta style C.S.A. buckles.--$2,250.SOLD

  12. Beautiful condition excavated large oval plain face Confederate waist belt plate.  The face has a pretty "never cleaned" brown-green patina with two of the three original attachment hooks intact on the reverse.  This was recovered from a Confederate camp on private property near Fort Donelson, TN. and was recovered by the late Otis Brown.--$425.SOLD

  13. Excavated large size Confederate Forked Tongue Frame buckle, but is missing the forked tongue.  The tongues are around for these as I have personally recovered two of them.  The buckle was recovered on private property from Breckinridge's 1862 camp prior to Stones River near Readyville, TN.  It has a very pretty, uncleaned, brown/green patina and will be a solid $895 - $950 buckle after you locate a tongue.  We are pricing it very reasonably to make it worth searching for a tongue.--$450.SOLD

  14. Excavated Richmond Arsenal style Confederate enlistedman's C.S. 2-piece saber belt plate.  This very attractive Confederate C.S. 2-piece buckle was recovered by Charles Harris in 1970 AND IS THE VERY BUCKLE PICTURED IN CHARLIE'S BOOK (Civil War Relics Of The Western Campaigns) on page 183.  Charlie recovered this buckle on private property along the Confederate retreat route on Lookout Mountain.  Every Civil War collector that I know likes to have a couple relics that aren't just "like" the relic in the reference book on page 183, but is actually "THE RELIC ON PAGE 183" !!  And at a very reasonable price.--$1,650.SOLD

  15. Very, very pretty, excavated, thick, Atlanta style, high copper content, cast brass, rectangular "C.S.A." waist belt plate.  This buckle was recovered about 40 years ago on private property located near Dalton, GA.  This type thick cast rectangular C.S.A. waist belt plate was issued to Army of Tennessee Confederate troops while encamped for the 1863 - 1864 winter around Dalton, GA.  This example has a beautiful, smooth, chocolate brown patina with all three hooks intact on the reverse.  This is one that you will never need to upgrade.--$3,450.

  16. SOOO PRETTY !!  This is a Richmond Arsenal "Bullet Stitch" C.S. 2-Piece Sword Belt Plate on it's original brown leather Confederate Saber Belt.  This fine C.S. Cavalry Belt Rig is out of the famed Norm Flaydermann's collection.  The plate has a wonderful rich - never cleaned - aged bronze patina, and the belt remains nice and pliable but does have one old break on the back side.  This belt rig would feel right at home in any of the nation's finest museums.--$5,850. (You were expecting $8,500. weren't you !!)

  17. Absolutely museum quality, beautiful condition, Civil War production, lead-filled, rectangular, Louisiana Pelican waist belt plate on original brown leather Confederate waist belt.  This fine Confederate belt rig is out of the nationally known Gary Bisacky collection.  The buckle itself has beautiful detail and a nice, rich, aged patina.  The brown leather Confederate waist belt shows natural age but remains complete and quite pliable.--$6,950.

  18. Beautiful condition 1812 era hand Silversmith made PURE SILVER British cross belt plate.  You can still clearly see the tiny ping marks on the reverse of this plate left by the Silversmith.  This buckle is hand engraved and is without question the work of a master craftsman.  It is quite common for us to recover 1820 to 1840 era British materials around American Civil War Confederate campsites.--$850.

  19. Very nice condition, excavated, Richmond Arsenal pattern, "CS" two-piece tongue and wreath saber belt plate.  This buckle was recovered about 30 years ago from a Confederate Cavalry Camp on private property near Brandy Station, Virginia.  The two pieces have a matching, chocolate brown patina and were recovered together and fit nicely.  This is a quality "CS" buckle that would be a compliment to any collection.--$2,450.

  20. Absolutely beautiful and extremely rare excavated "Baby Size" Confederate Forked Tongue Frame Buckle.  This was recovered many, many years ago from an 1863 Confederate camp located on private property along Duck River near Shelbyville, TN.  This is out of Charlie Harris's personal collection, and you won't find a nicer example - never even been washed off.--$1,250.

  21. Absolutely beautiful excavated "CS" tongue portion of a Richmond Arsenal style Confederate 2-piece saber belt plate.  This buckle was recovered many years ago from a Confederate Cavalry camp located on private property near Brandy Station, VA.  It still has the dirt on it - just as recovered.--$1,250.

  22. equipbuckles.JPG (90828 bytes)equipbucklesrev.JPG (92309 bytes)Two excavated sword belt plate keepers and one sword belt adjuster buckle.  These artifacts are all in excellent condition and were recovered from one of John Hunt Morgan's 1863 winter Confederate cavalry camps near Liberty, Tennessee.--$125. for all

  23. rfbkle.JPG (67234 bytes)Excavated center portion of a 4-piece Mississippi Rifleman's buckle.  This was recently recovered from the 1862 camp of the 16th Alabama Infantry located along Duck River near Shelbyville, TN.--$48.
  24. rifmnbkl.JPG (77921 bytes)Excavated 4-Piece Rifleman's cast brass buckle missing only one part out of the middle area.  This distinctive buckle was issued with Mississippi Rifles.  The buckle was recovered from the 1862 camp of the 16th Alabama Volunteer Infantry - C.S.A. - located on private property near Shelbyville, TN.--$295.
  25. wreathdug.JPG (78488 bytes)wreathdugrev.JPG (85570 bytes)wreathdugwpctr.JPG (74899 bytes)Excavated wreath half of a state seal 2-piece - tongue and wreath State Seal Sword Belt Plate.  The wreath was recovered from one of General Manigault's South Carolina 1863 winter camps here - so it likely took a tongue like the one pictured above - HOWEVER - This same wreath would correctly fit a Louisiana tongue - a Virginia - a Georgia - or even the right Alabama.  If you have a nice State Tongue - Here is your chance to complete a VERY RARE and expensive Confederate 2-piece State Sword Belt Plate.--$850. {The tongue is worth $1,250. or so --- Yet the complete 2-piece buckle sells for $3,000. to $3,500. !!!!!}

US Buckles

 
  1. Nice condition, fresh out of a Maine attic, US waist belt plate on original belt with the original capbox still intact.  The belt remains pliable and has a faintly visible US inspectors mark.  The capbox is a beauty marked on the inside flap, "J.B. Thaxter - Portland, ME - 1862."  Both the belt and capbox remain pliable, and the capbox still has original caps and the original nipple pick still intact.--$650 complete.SOLD

  2. Beautiful excavated large size oval "VMM" (Volunteer Maine Militia) cartridge boxplate.  This plate was recovered about 40 years ago on private property near Port Hudson, LA.  The face has a slick chocolate brown patina and sharp, crisp letters and the plate has literally never even been rinsed off.  The plate is the pattern ""VMM" with very little lead in the back - Actually just barely enough to keep the wire loops in place.  Rusty residue of the wire loops still remains.  This is one of the prettiest "VMM"s from that area that I have seen.--$1,150.

  3. Early battlefield pick-up, Model 1851, cast brass, Federal Eagle sword belt plate.  It was found here at Stones River around the turn of 1900 and was actually worn for several years after being found.  The plate still has about 70% of the silver wreath, and the belt keeper hook remains intact on the reverse.  It is benchmarked number 317 on the reverse of the plate.  The plate has a very pleasing eye appeal.--$275.

  4. Really pretty, cast brass, Model 1851, saber belt plate with the applied silver wreaths.  It is mounted on an excellent condition, "Rock Island Arsenal", Indian War, leather sword belt.  I suspect that this was a Civil War buckle carried over and used in a slightly later military campaign.--$495.

  5. Excellent condition, non-excavated, large oval, lead filled, arrow hook style, US regulation belt plate.  They just don't come much nicer than this one.--$275.

  6. Very sought after early (1840 - 1850) era non-excavated "Puppy Paw" hook style large oval lead filled "U.S." oval waist belt plate.  The face has a pleasing uncleaned bronze patina, and there appears to be soldier's initials carved into the lead in the back of the plate.  This is a first class example of this early pattern "U.S." oval waist belt plate.--$295.

  7. Drop dead BEAUTIFUL excavated lead filled large oval "U.S." cartridge boxplate.  This plate was recovered 47 years ago on private property at "New Hope Church".  It has a mirror slick chocolate brown patina on the face - full lead - and both loops 100% intact.  Plates that we are recovering now are almost always more ground action on due to more years and acid rain.  Just not being recovered like this anymore.--$250.

  8. Excavated cast brass Model 1851 Federal eagle saber belt plate.  This was recovered by Charlie Harris from a Federal Fire Pit located at the large Federal Cavalry Camp located at "Blue Springs" TN.  This is a very nice example, and out of one of the most well known Civil War author, and relic hunter's collection around.--$275.

  9. Very nice condition, 1870's - 1880's Indian War's Era, Federal Navy belt rig.  This is the style buckle that we often refer to as a "false two-piece".  The belt remains complete and pliable, and the buckle is perfect with near 100% original bright gold gilt.--$195.

  10. Excavated, partial, quite rare, large oval "VMM" (Volunteer Main Militia) cartridge box plate that was recovered on private property near Port Hudson, Louisiana.  This plate is out of the nationally known Civil War author, Charlie Harris's, collection and still has his tag with it.  Although not 100% complete, the plate displays nicely and is out of a very well known collection.--$195.

  11. (WOUNDED HEART)  This is an excavated, large size, lead-filled, plain face Martingale Heart recovered by Charlie Harris which appears to have been struck by a .36 caliber pistol ball.  Charlie recovered this artifact on private property near Little Rock, AR.  This is a rare and unusual artifact and out of a nationally known collection.  Since it is Valentine's Day time - this cupid was better armed than with a bow and arrow!!--$350.SOLD

  12. Absolutely beautiful - near mint lead filled circular Federal eagle breastplate.  The plate has a choice face - full lead - and both wire loops perfectly intact.  If you need a breastplate to complete a rig - you won't find a nicer example.--$250.

  13. Very nice condition non-excavated Model 1851 cast brass eagle sword belt plate.  The plate has a rich, never cleaned - aged patina, and the applied silver wreath remains 100 % intact.  You can still see the groove worn by the keeper hooking and unhooking over the years.  A really nice example.--$375.SOLD

  14. Excellent condition non-excavated cast brass Federal "Indian Wars" era US in oval sword belt plate.  This plate is out of the historic Civil War collection of Mr. Herbert Harper of Franklin, TN.  Mr. Harper was one of the pioneer Civil War collectors during the 1950 - 1980 era.  As a young teenager attending school in Franklin, TN. -- It seemed to me that Mr. Harper had the majority of the Civil War Relics in all existance !!  During that time - If anyone came across an old military artifact - the first thing that they did was to call Mr. Herbert Harper !!!  This plate is a beauty.--$125.SOLD

  15. Excavated, circular, Eagle breast plate recovered from Lovejoy, Georgia, 26 miles south of Atlanta.  This plate is from the personal collection of Charlie Harris and is the actual artifact pictured on page 240 of Charlie's book Civil War Relics of the Western Campaigns.  The plate appears to be carved on one edge and bullet struck on the other.  Everyone likes to have at least one artifact that is the very relic pictured in one of the standard reference books.--$295.SOLD

  16. Excavated, early issue, "Puppy Paw" hook style, large oval, US waist belt plate.  This is a very nice example with a smooth, chocolate brown face, full lead, and all three hooks intact.  It was recovered many years ago from private property near the Battle of Shiloh.--$295.SOLD

  17. Very nice condition, non-excavated, early letter pattern, large size, lead filled "Puppy Paw" style hook, US Oval waist belt plate.  You will only encounter one of these early puppy paw style US buckles per about 1/2 dozen of the regular arrow hook pattern US plates.--$295.

  18. Absolutely beautiful condition, excavated, large size, US Oval waist belt plate.  This buckle was recovered during the 1960's by Mr. Bill Gavin from private property at Fussell's Mill, VA, and still has Mr. Gavin's label on the back of the plate.--$295.SOLD

  19. Really pretty, excavated, large size, "VMM" (Volunteer Main Militia) cartridge box plate from Mr. Bill Gavin's personal collection.  This plate was recovered from private property off "Route 5" near the Berkley Plantation.  The plate retains full lead and still has both wire loops intact on the reverse.--$1,150.SOLD

  20. Very rare, excavated, 1839 type, small oval "VMM" (Volunteer Main Militia) waist belt plate.  This buckle was recovered during the early 1970's at Harrison's Landing, Virginia, and is out of the nationally known Charles S. Harris collection.  The buckle has a very nice face and has an uncleaned, brown/green patina.  The reverse has full lead and both attachment hooks remain intact.  When originally recovered, the lead was flaking some around the perimeter and has been stabilized.  This is a very tough buckle to come by now and especially from a nationally known collection.--$950.

  21. Very nice condition (actually near mint), non-excavated, large size, lead-filled US Oval waist belt plate.  This is the 1860 era type with arrow hooks and lead-filled back.--$250.

  22. Very attractive, non-excavated, 1880's era, Federal "False Two Piece" Navy buckle.  It has a nice, uncleaned, aged patina.  Note on the reverse picture, cat "Tigger" insisted on lying on the photograph table (cat not included, maybe at the right price).--$95.SOLD

  23. Beautiful condition, excavated, Federal, circular Eagle breastplate recovered on private property during the 1960's by Mr. Herbert Harper of Franklin, Tennessee.  It has a smooth, chocolate brown face with full lead in the reverse and both wire loops intact.--$250.

  24. Model 1851, cast brass, Eagle Sword Beltplate with three piece applied silver wreath on original buff leather belt.  The leather belt remains strong and pliable with no breaks or weak spots.  The Eagle Sword Beltplate is in excellent condition with a rich, aged patina, and the applied silver wreath remaining complete and perfectly intact.--$650.SOLD

  25. Early letter pattern, lead-filled, large size, US Oval cartridge box plate.  The plate is from the Battle of Franklin, Tennessee, and was at one time on an early relic board.  It is in very nice condition with full lead and both loops remaining intact on the reverse, but does have a tiny hole from the tacks on each end of the plate from when it was on the old relic board.--$175.SOLD

  26. What remains of an excavated large size "SNY" (State of New York) waist belt plate.  This plate was recovered by Charlie Harris in the early 1970s from Gen. Joe Hooker's New York camps following the Battle of Chickamauga in late 1863 and were located near Wauhatchie, TN. (just outside Chattanooga, TN.)  Maybe not perfect, but the real deal and recovered by one of the most well known authors in the Civil War collecting field.--only $175.SOLD

  27. Model 1851, cast brass, Federal Eagle sword belt plate on original leather belt.  The leather belt remains complete and pliable, and the Eagle sword belt plate has a beautiful face with complete 3-piece applied silver wreath.  The buckle is unfortunately missing the front hook on the reverse.--$495.

  28. Very attractive Model 1851 "Script NY" sword belt plate on original black leather waist belt.  This is the early pattern Script NY with the very narrow tongue.  The belt is complete and remains pliable with only one weak spot that has been supported from the reverse for strength.  The plate has a rich aged patina and is one that you do not encounter very often.--$1,295.

  29. Excavated, medium size "OVM" oval waist belt plate.  This plate was recovered from 1862 camps near Corinth, Mississippi.  The plate was damaged when recovered and has been straightened and stabilized.  It displays very well, but you can still faintly see the lines where the plate was originally bent when recovered.  Although not a perfect example, it is the real deal and displays nicely.--$695.SOLD

  30. Beautiful non-excavated Model 1851 Eagle Sword Belt Plate on a portion of its original brown leather waist belt.  The plate has a BEAUTIFUL - never cleaned - rich aged bronze patina, and the applied wreath remains 100% intact.--$425.

  31. Very attractive non-excavated large size "S.N.Y." cartridge boxplate.  The plate has a really nice aged patina and appears to be off an old relic board in that there are two old tack holes that have been solder filled where it was at one time tacked to the relic board.  It has full lead and one of the two iron loops remains intact on the reverse and it has excellent eye appeal in display.--$550.

  32. boydbkl.JPG (75540 bytes)boydbklrev.JPG (60510 bytes)boydbklenv.JPG (46847 bytes)boydbklmrk.JPG (78654 bytes)Very sought after beautiful condition excavated large oval "U.S." cartridge boxplate recovered by none other than Sid Kirksis {author of the first major comprehensive book on Civil War Belt Plates} in August of 1956 on private property at the Battle of  Cedar Mountain.  The plate has never even been washed off with green woods mulch still adhering to the front of the plate.  On the reverse it has full lead - both attachment loops are intact - AND is backmarked "Boyd and Sons - Boston".  This beautiful plate still remains in Mr. Kirksis's personal distinctive little brown envelope with all the information written on it.  This plate is nothing short of superb.--$350.
  33. eglewthbag.JPG (57025 bytes)eglewthbagrev.JPG (48109 bytes)SUPER - SUPER RARE to find for sale now.  This is an actual beautiful condition Federal eagle breastplate recovered in Aug. 1965 by Sid Kirksis at Eastport, TN. AND STILL IN SID'S DISTINCTIVE little storage packet.  As most of you know - Sid Kirksis was the author of the first major book on belt plates of the American Civil War.  This plate is an absolute beauty to boot.--$350.
  34. uswed.JPG (73118 bytes)uswedrev.JPG (71111 bytes)Drop dead beautiful non-excavated large size U.S. oval cartridge boxplate.  Beautiful "never cleaned" dark bronze/brown attic patina on the face and full lead and both wire loops intact on the reverse and the loops are  2 1/2 inches apart.   If you have a nice cartridge box needing a BEAUTIFUL plate - Here it is.--$250.
  35. sny.JPG (72353 bytes)snyrev.JPG (71311 bytes)Really pretty large size lead filled "SNY" oval waist belt plate.  This plate was recovered from the James River about 30 years ago and has as nicer face as you are going to see.  The reverse has full lead and rusty remnants of the three iron hooks.  The "SNY" letters are very crisp and bold.--$695.
  36.  usovalonbelt.JPG (53788 bytes)usovalonbeltrev.JPG (49210 bytes)Very pretty non-excavated large size lead filled U.S. oval Federal enlistedman's waist belt plate on it's original black leather waist belt.  Every Civil War collection should have a nice "U.S." on original belt - and even made better with a leather cap box, and/or a nice .58 cal. leather cartridge box.--$395.SOLD
  37. eagbltrig.JPG (53544 bytes)eagbltrigrev.JPG (48364 bytes)eagbltrigplt.JPG (81621 bytes)Model 1851 Federal Cavalryman's saber belt rig with the excellent condition cast brass eagle saber belt plate with applied silver wreath remaining perfectly intact, and the original leather waist belt is complete and remains reasonably pliable.  This would be a great addition to your collection.--$650.
  38. sny.JPG (72353 bytes)snyrev.JPG (71311 bytes)Really pretty large size lead filled "SNY" oval waist belt plate.  This plate was recovered from the James River about 30 years ago and has as nicer face as you are going to see.  The reverse has full lead and rusty remnants of the three iron hooks.  The "SNY" letters are very crisp and bold.--$695.
  39. Very attractive excavated large oval lead filled "SNY" waist belt plate.  This plate was recovered on private property near Cold Harbor over 20 years ago.  The face is complete , and has a pretty brown-green patina with good crisp detail.  The reverse is lead filled, and all three attachment hooks remaining intact.  At the time this plate was recovered the lead on the reverse was flaking a bit along one edge.  This has been professionally stabilized, and this is now a very nice plate that most any collector would be very proud to have in his collection.--$650.

  40. Original cast brass 1870's era Federal Eagle saber belt plate on an orignal Civil War Era linen belt.  Rigs like this were commonly worn by military academy cadets in the years just following the Civil War.  Very nice condition throughout.--$175.

  41. 1839usoval.JPG (88311 bytes)1839usovalrev.JPG (86923 bytes)Very pretty non-excavated rare Model 1839 "small oval" U.S. waist belt plate.  The face couldn't be more beautiful and perfect, and the reverse has nice full lead, and both hooks intact for display - HOWEVER, the plate was missing the single arrow hook when it came in.  As luck would have it - a while back I dug the exact arrow hook that this plate was missing from an Ohio Infantry camp here, and decided to give up my hook to let this plate display more perfectly.  I have simply glued the hook in place if, for some reason, you'd like to removed it.--$295.

  42. Excavated, lead filled, circular Federal eagle breastplate.  This was recovered on private property here at the Battle of Stones River and remains green and dirt covered just as recovered.  The lead fill remains in the reverse, but the wire attachment loops are rusted away.  Plates of any kind have become very rare to recover.--$115.

  43. eaglebeltplate.JPG (93288 bytes)eaglebeltplaterev.JPG (88042 bytes)Really pretty excavated Model 1851 officer grade eagle sword belt plate with integrally cast wreaths and gold gilt still remaining in recessed areas.  This belt plate was recovered on private property near Winchester, Virginia.--$425.

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