Rare VA (Virginia) militia belt buckle
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Item 671016970
Location Allport, PA 16821
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Bull Run (Manassas), the first DA-004-X-(10695)-JI- Rare VA (Virginia) militia belt buckle, excavated by construction crew men at 1st battle of the Civil War, at which the Union was routed. New homes are going up all over that battlefield, and treasures have been unearthed. Made of brass and copper with pinned-on block letters which retain much of their silver plating (now tarnished by the acidic earth.) Typically unmarked, several variations of this buckle have been collected, but this is the most basic type. Measures 3” long by 1 7/8ths inches wide. Slightly curved, has loop and clasp intact on reverse, where the block letter pins are bent over. This is NOT a military school piece (those are marked VMI, usually). When Virginia declared for the Confederacy, its own militia units went with it, and were quickly incorporated into the regular army, just as they were. Fine example, all original, very good used condition, as-is.
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1.00 Pounds