Original U.S. WWI Era Prison Convict Made Belt Buckle - When Your Luck Runs Out

Item Description

Original Item: One-of-a-kind. Included in the recent purchase of an estate collection of Vintage Military items was this interesting belt buckle. The original collector purchased this outside a California prison flea market stall that was clearly offering prison made items that he collected during his teenage years. According to the estate it was made sometime between 1910 and 1920 for personal use in that it bears the initials PF.

It is made of brass with copper adornments and measures 2.5" wide and 2" tall and depicts an upside down horseshoe with the contents pouring out to indicate that MY LUCK HAS RUN OUT, a sentiment common among inmates serving long sentences.

A great old U.S. prison convict manufactured item in lovely matured condition, plainly a one of a kind.

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