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Civil War era, likely Confederate, waist belt with brass snake buckle, possibly Enfield, snake body with duck head, British Import. Buckle with O ring split and brazed straddle of the belt loop portion on black leather adjustible belt. 36-1/2" L as shown. Circa 1860. Provenance: Purchased from John Sexton, Civil War memorabilia dealer and certified appraiser. Private Florida collection. Note: This type of English made belt was used by both sides, however it was more commonly used by the Confederates who relied on English imports more than Union soldiers. CONDITION: Old patination to buckle. Wear to two folds on leather belt.