This excavated rifleman buckle male half section is in very good solid condition and is the part with the tongue. It was recovered in the area of Brandy Station, VA. It is complete, constructed of brass, and has a very pleasing woodsy brown patina. This example has a heavier brass construction than most other rifleman buckles that I have come across. The rear belt attachment bar, that the leather belt would loop around, is bent downward to the back of the front bar. It has no cracks, breaks, or repairs. If you have the other female half section of this buckle, then this available half section should work well with it. Approx. 41 x75 mm. (tongue length 61 mm.) This rifleman buckle half will be an excellent addition to any excavated Civil War buckle, plate, or general relic collection.
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