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Wreath from Confederate 2-piece CS Buckle, dug Wyse Fork, NC Battlefield


Product Description

This is another great piece being offered, it is the wreath section from a Confederate 2-piece buckle. The diameter is approximately 1 7/8” and the belt loop is missing, obviously why this part was discarded or lost. This unique piece was recovered in the 1980s from the Wyse Fork, North Carolina Battlefield.

The Battle of Wyse Fork, NC took place in March 1865 as Union troops moved toward Kinston in hopes of eventually capturing Goldsboro. It was the second largest land battle in North Carolina, involving more than 20,000 soldiers and resulting in an estimated 2,600 casualties.

The typical CS tongue is a nice fit with this wreath (not included) but shown as an example of how it would look (see pictures). If you have a CS tongue only, this wreath would be a great piece to display it with. It comes in the glass top display case pictured.

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$7.50 (Fixed shipping cost)