1930's Heavy Silver Navajo Buckle and tooled belt
A great 1930's coin silver rectangular buckle which belonged to Eva.H. Baird who, according to her descendants, owned the Jemez Mountain Inn and Trading Post in Jemez Springs, new Mexico from 1932 to 1951. The buckle has over laid the letters "E H B" along the top and a swastika at the bottom. It has stamped "critters" on each side with crossed arrows stamped next to them. The belt is black tooled leather and would fit a 26" waist.
L. 3 1/4": W. 2 5/8"
Please note there are coordinating spurs available, and visible in the third image.
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