ITEM #41

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BID: CLOSED
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BID DATE:
07/13/2018 11:56 PM
CURRENT BIDDER:
saco
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DESCRIPTION

1881 BRASS BUCKLE (SAN QUENTIN GUARD)

Age: Unsure

Size: 3” x 3 1/4”

Rating: 8

Comments: This old brass belt buckle is in good condition with some corrosion in the lower right corner as can be seen in our photograph. It has raised letters which read ”Guard, San Quentin, California”. The back side reads “Anson Mills, Pat. Feb 1, 1881, T.C. Orndorff Sole Manf., Worcester, Mass, USA”. It would take a 3” belt with slotted holes. There have been reproductions made of these buckles so we can not verify for certain if this is an original from the 1800's. Add'l info indicates that this is an original buckle.

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