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GROUP OF 7 ACCOUTREMENTS. 1) Civil War excavated
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GROUP OF 7 ACCOUTREMENTS. 1) Civil War excavated U.S. enlisted mans belt buckle. CONDITION: Average as dug. Bend to right side. Lead backing has some chipping...


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