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Lot 3389
Included in this lot are 3 "US" oval lead filled buckles on belts. Plain rectangular militia plate on belt. Ancient & Honorable Artillery stamped brass buckle. Sheet brass buckle. Enlisted Civil War sword belt & buckle, buckle does not match keeper on belt. Very nice 2 piece interlocking eagle buckle w/ enameled back & silver plated, possibly made by Ames. Name nicely scratched on back of tongue "J.M. Warner". Buckle is on blue & white painted patent leather belt in display w/ Dec. 17, 1864 General Order from Col. J.M. Warner. (1836-1897) James Meech Warner entered service pre-war in 1860 as a 2nd Lt. served in the 10th U.S. infantry, 8th U.S. infantry & in 1862 was commissioned Col. of the 1st VT. Heavy Artillery. He served the entire war being brevetted Brigadier General in 1865 & finally mustered out in 1866 in the regular Army. He was wounded May 18, 1864 at the Spotsylvania Courthouse. CONDITION: belts are fair to good overall. Warner's militia belt is frayed & cracked. The buckle however has fine dark patina overall w/ silver in protected areas. PROVENANCE: From the Estate of Ronald A. Katchuk. (02-13106/JS). $1,200-1,500.

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$600

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  • 20.5%

GROUP OF 7 CIVIL WAR ERA BELTS & BUCKLES.

Estimate $1,200 - $1,500
6d
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52s
$6000 bids
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