A pair of genuine buffalo nickels distinguishes this handsome leather belt. Worn from years of handling, one nickel displays the standing buffalo; the other showcases the Native American silhouette. The buffalo nickel, designed by James Earle Fraser, was introduced in 1913. Fraser used three different Native Americans as models and based the buffalo on Black Diamond, who lived in the New York City Zoo. Braided inlays. Engraved silver buckle. Rawhide stitching. In brown.
Even waist sizes 34-46. 1¼" strap tapers to 1". Order one size larger than pants size.