Z1143 Eagle Breastplate, Regulation 1826 Pattern
Description: Here is a nice excavated eagle breastplate. This one is perfectly flat. The back retains 99.9% of the lead solder and both hooks are intact. The hooks have rusted through the lead but are extremely sturdy. The face has very nice detail and the patina is a dark brown.
Recovered: Tennessee July 1994
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