Navajo thick-gauge solid Sterling wild mustang belt buckle. #1685

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Hi-yo silver.  The Lone Ranger—or Tonto—would be proud to wear this silver buckle.  It's big, bold and beautiful. The Drifter acquired it out of a New Mexico pawn shop on old Route 66 a few miles off the Navajo reservation, and it has a Navajo hallmark on the back.  But it appears to be new or worn very little.  It is made from thicker-gauge Sterling and intricately etched and hand-stamped.  There seems to be something special about it.  And it's not 'plated' like rodeo buckles—it is SOLID Sterling silver with no scratches or wear marks.  It even has a couple of red stones (either red jasper or coral) carefully set in it.  This buckle is underpriced for what it is.  Though hard to adequately photograph such a shiny object, suffice to say it is perfect.  Dark spots in the photo are reflections of the camera.  It is 3.75-inches wide and 3-inches tall.  If you live dangerously it might stop a bullet.  It accommodates up to a 1 and 7/8th's-inch-wide leather belt and is pictured with the Drifter's standard 1.5-inch wide belt (which is not included!)  Weight is 96-grams, or 3.4-ounces.  That's a lot of Sterling silver.  It has the Sterling stamp on the back, as well as the hallmark, "B K."   Complimentary USPS Priority shipping within the U.S.  Currently offering same-day shipping if ordered before noon CST weekdays.