Military Accoutrements

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INDIAN WAR PERIOD HOSPITAL STEWARD HAT INSIGNIA

INDIAN WAR PERIOD HOSPITAL STEWARD HAT INSIGNIA

A stamped brass wreath surrounding a silver “US” in Roman letters was the regulation U.S. Army hat insignia for Hospital Stewards during the Civil War and up to 1882, when a caduceus replaced the… (480-188). Learn More »

$125.00
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COMPLETE, CIVIL WAR, FEDERAL MODEL 1858 SMOOTHSIDE CANTEEN WITH U.S. INSPECTOR STAMP

COMPLETE, CIVIL WAR, FEDERAL MODEL 1858 SMOOTHSIDE CANTEEN WITH U.S. INSPECTOR STAMP

This Civil War artifact is an excellent example of a typical, wool-covered, Federal Model 1858 smoothside canteen as was issued to Union forces throughout in the war. A most recognizable canteen, the… (1111-01). Learn More »

$800.00
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DUG MAKER MARKED PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE

DUG MAKER MARKED PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE

The face of this plate has a wonderful even dark patina. And the details of the eagle are strong. Reverse has 98% of the lead fill with small amounts of surface pitting. Both loops have rusted off.… (2020-756). Learn More »

MIXED PAIR OF CIVIL WAR SMITH PATENT SHOULDER BOARDS

MIXED PAIR OF CIVIL WAR SMITH PATENT SHOULDER BOARDS

These boards have a stamped brass, false embroidered, single border with sky blue field at center denoting an infantry officer. One of the bars is for a 2nd lieutenant and the other is for a 1st… (2020-735). Learn More »

SCARCE IDENTIFIED EARLY WAR OR PREWAR PATTERN BUFF CAVALRY CARBINE SLING, UNCUT, ALL ORIGINAL

SCARCE IDENTIFIED EARLY WAR OR PREWAR PATTERN BUFF CAVALRY CARBINE SLING, UNCUT, ALL ORIGINAL

Carbine slings were an essential piece of cavalry gear. Slung over the left shoulder, the sling carried a snap-hook on a roller bar connected to a ring on the carbine, preventing its loss while in… (302-90). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED SWORD BELT OF SERGEANT SOLOMON ASHLINE 118th NEW YORK, CAPTURED AT SECOND FAIR OAKS 1864

IDENTIFIED SWORD BELT OF SERGEANT SOLOMON ASHLINE 118th NEW YORK, CAPTURED AT SECOND FAIR OAKS 1864

This regulation buff leather sword belt is near mint condition. The leather is supple and has a nice overall brown tone that is common in black buff accoutrements, which oxidized quickly from iron in… (172-5551). Learn More »

EXTREMELY RARE CIVIL WAR SIGNAL CORPS EMBROIDERED BULLION INSIGNIA

EXTREMELY RARE CIVIL WAR SIGNAL CORPS EMBROIDERED BULLION INSIGNIA

Civil War insignia for the signal corps is among the rarest of the rare. Initially titled the signal service as part of the army staff, it was only established in 1860 with the appointment of one… (480-194). Learn More »

$4,500.00
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PAIR OF EMBROIDERED ORDNANCE-STYLE FLAMING BOMB INSIGNIA

PAIR OF EMBROIDERED ORDNANCE-STYLE FLAMING BOMB INSIGNIA

This is a nice pair of gold bullion embroidered “flaming bomb” or “flaming shell” insignia on a trimmed red background in excellent condition. The ball is made of tightly coiled bullion that… (480-195). Learn More »

$195.00
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US MODEL 1851 ENLISTEDMAN’S N.C.O. SWORD BELT PLATE

US MODEL 1851 ENLISTEDMAN’S N.C.O. SWORD BELT PLATE

The belt plate and buckle pictured here is from mid Civil War, 1862-1864.  The eagle plate is an 1851 pattern prevalent in late war enlistees.  The design was introduced in 1851 with… (172-5362). Learn More »

NON-DUG GEORGIA OVAL BELT PLATE ON LEATHER

NON-DUG GEORGIA OVAL BELT PLATE ON LEATHER

This is a scarce, non-excavated example of the state seal belt plate worn by Georgia militia just before the war and by Georgia volunteer troops all through the conflict. Under Governor Brown… (1106-01). Learn More »

CSA RECTANGULAR PLATE ON BELT WITH WORLD-CLASS NOTE, TAKEN FROM THE BODY OF A DEAD CONFEDERATE AT PETERSBURG

CSA RECTANGULAR PLATE ON BELT WITH WORLD-CLASS NOTE, TAKEN FROM THE BODY OF A DEAD CONFEDERATE AT PETERSBURG

This rectangular C.S.A. belt plate on its belt was brought back, or sent home, from the war by a member of the 118th New York and includes a superb, if somewhat grim, account of its recovery on the… (1106-02). Learn More »

1870 PATTERN RIFLE SLING WATERVLIET ARSENAL

1870 PATTERN RIFLE SLING WATERVLIET ARSENAL

This is a nice condition 1870 pattern U.S. rifle sling for the army’s trapdoor rifles of the Indian Wars. This is one-piece construction with a standing loop on one end and a brass wire hook on the… (172-5562). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR U.S. PATTERN 1850 RIFLE SLING BY METZGER WITH INSPECTOR MARKS

CIVIL WAR U.S. PATTERN 1850 RIFLE SLING BY METZGER WITH INSPECTOR MARKS

This is an excellent example of a Civil War Union army rifle sling, made and clearly marked by Metzger with a sharp Hartzler U.S. inspector’s mark as well. The construction uses the standard… (302-93). Learn More »

MODEL 1858 BULLSEYE CANTEEN WITH CORK, COVER, AND INDIAN WAR SLING

MODEL 1858 BULLSEYE CANTEEN WITH CORK, COVER, AND INDIAN WAR SLING

Original Civil War Model 1858 corrugated-pattern tin canteen, often called the “bullseye” pattern. The body consists of two circular sections of pressed-tin soldered together at the rim. The… (2020-642). Learn More »

$315.00
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US WORLD WAR TWO NAVY AVIATOR WINGS

US WORLD WAR TWO NAVY AVIATOR WINGS

Gold plated Naval aviator’s wings with 2.00 inch wing span and shield with anchor at center. Reverse is marked “BALFOUR” over “STERLING” at center. There is also an operating pin and… (266-1013). Learn More »

$50.00
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US WORLD WAR TWO 10 KARAT GOLD NAVY AVIATOR WINGS

US WORLD WAR TWO 10 KARAT GOLD NAVY AVIATOR WINGS

Naval aviator’s wings with 2.00 inch wing span and shield with anchor at center. Reverse has an operating pin that opens to a 45% angle and fastens properly. Reverse is also marked “10K.” Nice… (266-1010). Learn More »

US WORLD WAR TWO NAVY AVIATOR WINGS

US WORLD WAR TWO NAVY AVIATOR WINGS

Gold plated Naval aviator’s wings with 3.00 inch wing span and shield with anchor at center. Reverse is marked “STERLING” and has a stylized eagle with “HH” for “HILBORN HAMBURGER” at… (266-1012). Learn More »

$85.00
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US WORLD WAR TWO NAVY OFFICER’S INSIGNIA

US WORLD WAR TWO NAVY OFFICER’S INSIGNIA

Insignia consists of a silver spread-winged eagle and shield superimposed over gold plated crossed anchors. Insignia was worn on the overseas caps of Navy officers. Reverse is stamped “STERLING”… (266-1011). Learn More »

US WORLD WAR TWO ENGRAVED GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL GROUP FROM THE COLLECTION OF RON TUNISON

US WORLD WAR TWO ENGRAVED GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL GROUP FROM THE COLLECTION OF RON TUNISON

This small group of items belonged to PFC. Albert E. Stefenelli of the 1853rd Statistical Control Unit of the 8th Service Command. The group consists of a Good Conduct medal in the original blue… (1100-243). Learn More »

$50.00
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GERMAN WORLD WAR TWO BLACK WOUND BADGE FROM THE COLLECTION OF THE LATE RON TUNISON

GERMAN WORLD WAR TWO BLACK WOUND BADGE FROM THE COLLECTION OF THE LATE RON TUNISON

The wound badge was originally established on March 3, 1918 by Kaiser Wilhelm II to recognize those wounded during WWI. The badge came in three classes, black, silver and gold with the class bestowed… (1100-147). Learn More »

$50.00
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EXCELLENT LARGE, ORIGINAL FRAMED OIL PAINTING OF 20TH MAINE’S JOSHUA LAWRENCE CHAMBERLAIN BY MICHAEL GNATEK

This is an original oil on canvas portrait of Major General Joshua L. Chamberlain of the 20th Maine Infantry done by the late Michael Gnatek. Mr. Gnatek received his art training at Yale University and in the Marine Corps, where he was a combat… (10-1968). Learn More »

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