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Early Artillery/NCO Belt Dingee marked

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Early artillery/NCO belt, with an excellent DINGEE-marking. According to Fred Gaede, this style with the crossed cannons was the first style (followed by just the US and then by the stacked muskets), and Dingee’s last contract for belts of this style, in 1839, was with crossed cannons on the plates. At that point the Ord Dept moved to the interlocking US plate, with the most common examples being with R&HA DINGEE-marked belts from their 1844 contract. Those were Robert (Sr.)’s two sons, who were half brothers. ‘Dad’ was dead by then.

 

 

 

 

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