NCO 1851 Eagle and Wreath Waist Belt Plate with Belt - Ca. 1864-1865 BKL020

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Cast brass plate with wreath.  Round recess cast into back to even thickness. Use of two rivets instead of stitching to secure eagle wreath plate. Dates from beginning of 1864. The “Hanger” providence is reinforced by the rounded interior of the belt loop and absence of a bench number. Worn by General Phil Sheridan during Indian fighting days.

The belt is made of 8 oz. leather, length is custom fit t 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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Note: Commonly used for NCO plate by reenactors. Photography lighting does not allow nickel-silver wreath color to show properly.


“American Military Belt Plates” by Michael J. Odonnell & Duncan Campbell, Pg. 401, Plate #665