The stock pattern shown in these photos featuring rectangular belt loops and laural-leaf wreath used until 1861. In 1861 when The Civil War began and Georgia being a Confederate State, their belt buckles kept the same wreath and changed the tongue to CS a Confederate State. These belt buckles with this style wreath were told in history to be made by a small factory in Tennessee back during The Civil War... Most Confederate - Militia belt buckles were made by AMES for the Army and Navy, then taken by Confederates to be grinded clear, or re-stamped. I have also left this belt buckle in olive oil for about 6 months and then placed it in my display until now.
This belt buckle has been in my collection for many years and kept well preserved. There is wear from either being used during its time of origin to being buried in environmental elements. That say's something about knowing history including high resolution photos. "I DO NOT SELL REPLICA'S"..
As much as I do not want to sell; I have to due business travel and to open up several rooms in my home for family. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.
This is the real deal and not one to miss.. If my item for sale has any defects they will be shown in my photos and noted in my description as well.I ask that you communicate before possibly. Again my photos are of the exact item and tell the story of its condition. Once again, you get exactly what you see in my photos except any display items, backgrounds, props, etc. Boxes, APO's or United States Embassies unless certified by ITAR. The item "1850-1865 Civil War Georgia Confederate Belt Buckle Original See Photos Dig" is in sale since Tuesday, May 14, 2019.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Civil War (1861-65)\Original Period Items\Belts & Belt Buckles". The seller is "evolution-101" and is located in Tallahassee, Florida.This item can be shipped to United States.