This post-Civil War 1902 US army Garrison brass belt buckle was recovered by a relic hunter in the Yorktown, VA area. The brass has aged into a very nice brown patina and on the frame are the letters "J" twice carved on both of the outer bars. This perhaps were the initials of its original owner. Also on one of the bars on the front of the buckle are seven distinct notches with some less distinct notches directly underneath on the rear side. What these notches are for is unknown, perhaps kills? Approx. 2 x 2 3/8 inches.
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