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Limited Edition Commemorative Belt Buckle
Milwaukee, 49th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, 1987. Copy No. 293 of 1000 copies, of this commemorative belt buckle, issued on the centennial of Leopold's birth. Leopold's profile in relief on the front; on the back is the "colophon," as well as the Leopold quote from A Sand County Almanac: "A thing is right when it tends to preserve the integrity, stability and beauty of the biotic community. It is wrong when it tends otherwise." An elaborate and well-crafted production. A bit of rust to the clasp, but the buckle is fine. [#035314] SOLD

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