Alabama Militia Officer Spoon Buckle with Belt - Ca. 1858-1861 BKL027

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Gilt cast brass with applied die-struck tongue disc. Scroll on the tree displays crude state map with “MAP OF ALABAMA” marked on it. Alabama ordered a quantity of these styles from New York “importer and manufacturer of military goods” (B&M) shortly before the civil war.  


The belt is made of 8 oz. leather, length is custom fit to customer's size with a brass hook and 2 keepers. Available in Russet, Black or Natural Oiled (White Buff if available). This belt is made to the dimensions of your buckle.


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Military Belt Plates” by Michael J. O'Donnell & Duncan Campbell, Pg. 226, Plate #348, “Confederate Belt Buckles and Plates” by Steve E. Mullinax, Pg. 107 plate #190