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  • Example of complete belt (not included).

Civil War Navy1862 Pattern Seaman’s Belt Buckle (SOLD,BH)

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This is another interesting piece being offered, it is a Civil War U.S. Navy issue buckle. It is made of black painted heavy iron and measures approximately 2” x 2 ½”. It still retains a piece of the leather belt which is attached to the buckle by copper rivets.

This would have been the 1862 Pattern Seaman’s Belt, which supported the Model 1860 cutlass (see picture of complete belt). These belts replaced the pre-war brass hook and standing loop type seaman’s belt. It appears that this buckle with section of belt was intentionally cut off. This may have been done to keep it as a souvenir. It is in very nice condition and comes in the glass top display case pictured. Civil War Navy artifacts are quite rare and always in demand.

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