Early Colonial Cast Brass Saddle Shield Dug Civil War Site


Early Colonial Cast Brass Saddle Shield Dug Civil War Site

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Early Colonial Cast Brass Saddle Shield Dug Civil War Site:
$40


Early Colonial Cast Brass Saddle Shield Dug Civil War Site


This is an early Colonial cast brass saddle shield. It has integrated hooks on the reverse to crimp to the leather. Typical of the 1700's type of saddle ornaments. Dug from a Central Virginia Civil War site. Found on private property with permission. See the photos for more detail.

All items are shipped insured. I also include delivery confirmation. I use a private insurance company, so the insurance will not show up on the package due to postal service regulations. I usually ship the next day. But I also go to shows. When I am out of town, I will get your item in the mail as soon as I get back home. Payment due in 3 days. Items are guaranteed to be genuine. I have over 20 years experience in the antique business. Thanks, Karen

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