Military Accoutrements

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SINGLE BRASS ARSENAL MANUFACTURED ARTILLERY STIRRUP

SINGLE BRASS ARSENAL MANUFACTURED ARTILLERY STIRRUP

Original Civil War non-excavated single artillery stirrup. Stamped on the underside in large letters “US”, slightly smaller letters “Watervliet/Arsenal N.Y.” Letters “P.V.H.” represents… (2020-138). Learn More »

MODEL 1851 NCO WAIST BELT WITH BELT PLATE AND SWORD FROG

MODEL 1851 NCO WAIST BELT WITH BELT PLATE AND SWORD FROG

Civil War era non-commissioned officer’s belt buckle on original waist belt. Cast brass eagle buckle which has a one-piece applied German silver wreath and has the narrow ½ inch wide hook on back.… (1087-78). Learn More »

MILLS CAVALRY CARTRIDGE BELT RIG – COMPLETE WITH MILLS “US” REVOLVER BELT PLATE AND .38 CALIBER HOLSTER

MILLS CAVALRY CARTRIDGE BELT RIG – COMPLETE WITH MILLS “US” REVOLVER BELT PLATE AND .38 CALIBER HOLSTER

This is an excellent Mills cavalry pistol cartridge belt set from the Spanish American War era, ready to display with your Model 1892 Colt Revolver.  This belt pattern is well documented in… (172-5473). Learn More »

VIRGINIA OFFICER’S 1858 HARDEE HAT INSIGNIA

VIRGINIA OFFICER’S 1858 HARDEE HAT INSIGNIA

An exceedingly rare piece of headgear insignia in excellent condition. When the wide-brimmed “Hardee” or “Jeff Davis” hat was adopted for universal wear as a dress hat in the U.S. Army in… (142-62). Learn More »

$3,795.00
Originally $3,995.00

SMITH’S PATENT 1ST LT. OF CAVALRY SHOULDER STRAPS

SMITH’S PATENT 1ST LT. OF CAVALRY SHOULDER STRAPS

No Smith’s Patent info visible on the reverse. Top background velvet with most of the brush surface worn thin. Very hard to find any cavalry straps today. … (142-44). Learn More »

$675.00
Originally $775.00

CIVIL WAR VETERAN’S CAVALRY BADGE

CIVIL WAR VETERAN’S CAVALRY BADGE

An 1880s period cavalry veteran’s badge. The crossed sabers indicative of cavalry service are superimposed upon a five-pointed star and this is suspended from top bar with scrolled bottom edge and… (142-53). Learn More »

$250.00
Originally $295.00
ON HOLD

DUG PATTERN 1839 CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE

DUG PATTERN 1839 CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE

The face of this plate has a nice even dark patina with some patches of darker discoloration caused by ground action. The “US” stamping and border are strong. Plate surface has minor surface… (998-801). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE OFFICER’S HAVERSACK OF MAJOR JAMES B. EUSTIS: ON THE STAFFS OF MAGRUDER, JOHNSTON, AND HOOD

CONFEDERATE OFFICER’S HAVERSACK OF MAJOR JAMES B. EUSTIS: ON THE STAFFS OF MAGRUDER, JOHNSTON, AND HOOD

This identified Confederate officer’s haversack is beautifully and boldly inscribed in period brown ink across the underside of its cloth-lined flap: “Major Eustis / A. A. Gen’l / Gen’l J.E.… (846-176). Learn More »

VERY NICE NON-DUG ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA STYLE OVAL CS “EGG” BUCKLE

VERY NICE NON-DUG ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA STYLE OVAL CS “EGG” BUCKLE

This is a very scarce example of a non-excavated Confederate enlisted man’s belt plate in excellent condition. Plates of this pattern long ago got the unflattering nickname of CS “egg” plates… (286-819). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR SECOND CORPS, THIRD DIVISION CAP CORPS BADGE

CIVIL WAR SECOND CORPS, THIRD DIVISION CAP CORPS BADGE

There were five corps in the Union Army during the American Civil War which were each designated as Second Army Corps. Of these five, the most widely known was The Army of the Potomac formation. Maj.… (286-795). Learn More »

$475.00
ON HOLD

IDENTIFIED 18th SOUTH CAROLINA CONFEDERATE CARTRIDGE BOX: W. F. HODGE, Co. B, WOUNDED IN ACTION AT SECOND MANASSAS

IDENTIFIED 18th SOUTH CAROLINA CONFEDERATE CARTRIDGE BOX: W. F. HODGE, Co. B, WOUNDED IN ACTION AT SECOND MANASSAS

The loss of the Eighteenth South Carolina Volunteers in this engagement was   very heavy, being nearly or quite half the number that went into action.” – Official Report of Second Bull Run by… (846-195). Learn More »

US PATTERN 1839 CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE, MAKER MARKED

US PATTERN 1839 CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE, MAKER MARKED

US Pattern 1839 Cartridge Box Plate with maker marked on lead back “BOYD & SONS, BOSTON.” Plate has a nice dark olive patina, both iron hooks present. Ding along edge of plate, under letter… (766-12130). Learn More »

CAVALRY LEATHER GROUP WITH NAME

CAVALRY LEATHER GROUP WITH NAME

A group in very nice condition containing a carbine cartridge box, a revolver cartridge box, and an NCO sword belt rig, all from same maker. Buff leather belt and all straps are in very good condition… (809-102). Learn More »

US PATTERN 1839 CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE RECOVERED IN VA

US PATTERN 1839 CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE RECOVERED IN VA

Nice light brown/olive patina, both iron hooks intact, bent over. Minor ding along edge by letter “S”. Minor wear to face of plate, lead back intact. Nice excavated plate. … (766-12128). Learn More »

US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE RECOVERED IN VA

US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE RECOVERED IN VA

Nice example excavated Eagle Breast Plate. Nice olive/tar patina on face, sharp detail of winged spread eagle. Back, sans both iron loops. Minor dings along edge. … (766-12127). Learn More »

CLASSIC CONFEDERATE CAP BOX FROM GETTYSBURG PICKED UP BY G.W. MOWERS OF FAYETTEVILLE, PA., VETERAN OF THE 21st PA CAV AND 87th PA INF.

CLASSIC CONFEDERATE CAP BOX FROM GETTYSBURG PICKED UP BY G.W. MOWERS OF FAYETTEVILLE, PA., VETERAN OF THE 21st PA CAV AND 87th PA INF.

If you have been checking our new arrivals you will have noticed material from George W. Mowers of Fayetteville, Pennsylvania. Mowers did two stints in the army during the Civil War: six months in the… (M26553). Learn More »

GREAT CONFEDERATE CARTRIDGE BOX AND SLING FROM GETTYSBURG, PICKED UP BY G.W. MOWERS OF FAYETTEVILLE, PA.

GREAT CONFEDERATE CARTRIDGE BOX AND SLING FROM GETTYSBURG, PICKED UP BY G.W. MOWERS OF FAYETTEVILLE, PA.

This classic Confederate cartridge box just came out of the family of George W. Mowers of Fayetteville, PA. Mowers lived near Gettysburg his entire life. Not only was his farm and wagon-shop near the… (M26509). Learn More »

PRE-WAR BOX SPURS WITH VERBAL ID TO AN OHIO ARTILLERY OFFICER WOUNDED AT GETTYSBURG

PRE-WAR BOX SPURS WITH VERBAL ID TO AN OHIO ARTILLERY OFFICER WOUNDED AT GETTYSBURG

This small pair of box spurs was meant to wear on the heel of the boot with the spike at the back of the yoke penetrating the boot heel. Spurs are made of iron with a 2.25 inch arm protruding off the… (1054-2168). Learn More »

FRAMED COLLECTION OF 1840’S MILITARY UNIFORM ACCESSORIES

FRAMED COLLECTION OF 1840’S MILITARY UNIFORM ACCESSORIES

Very nice display in a modern fame that meas. approx. 15.25 x 30.25 x 1.50 inches. At top is an engraved brass plate that reads “1840’S AMERICAN MILITARY UNIFORM PARAPHERNALIA FROM HEAD TO… (565-159). Learn More »

$85.00
Originally $165.00
ON HOLD

PATTERN 1839 CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE RECOVERED AT CEDAR CREEK

PATTERN 1839 CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE RECOVERED AT CEDAR CREEK

The face of this plate is smooth with a faint patina. There are a few minor dents, scratches and surface dirt but nothing out of the ordinary. The reverse has 98% of the lead fill which Is… (516-603). Learn More »


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ORNATE NON-REGULATION MODEL 1850 FIELD & STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 141ST NEW YORK MAJOR

Sword is identified to Charles W. Clanharty [Clauharty] who rose to be Major and then Lieutenant-Colonel (not mustered) in the 141st New York Infantry. The drawn sword meas. approx. 37.25 inches from point to pommel. Quill-backed blade is approx.… (846-118). Learn More »

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