Military Accoutrements

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U.S. CAVALRY SWORD KNOT – MAKER MARKED J.I. PITTMAN

U.S. CAVALRY SWORD KNOT – MAKER MARKED J.I. PITTMAN

Sword knot is made of black bridle leather, with slipknots, measuring 18.5" in overall length, 1" in width with 3" tassels at the end. Leather is strong and supple. Exhibits light cracking throughout,… (1054-1654). Learn More »

VOLUNTEER MAINE MILITIA CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE DUG AT GETTYSBURG

VOLUNTEER MAINE MILITIA CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE DUG AT GETTYSBURG

Oval “VMM” plate dug at Gettysburg along the Taneytown Road near the Artillery Ridge Campground. The face of the plate is dark with a smooth even patina that clearly shows the letters “VMM.”… (R23084). Learn More »

PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE

PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE

Breast plate has a face with a nice mellow patina with several small age spots. The stamping of the eagle is very good. Reverse has 100% of the lead fill and both loops.… (696-116). Learn More »

US MODEL 1858 SMOOTHSIDED NEW YORK DEPOT CANTEEN

US MODEL 1858 SMOOTHSIDED NEW YORK DEPOT CANTEEN

The model 1858 canteen was the most popular canteen of the Civil War period. Canteen measures approximately 7 ¾” in diameter. It is covered in brown wool. The cover is complete and in fair… (696-110). Learn More »

SMALL SIZE CIVIL WAR ERA SPURS – LIKELY FOR LADIES OR CHILDREN

SMALL SIZE CIVIL WAR ERA SPURS – LIKELY FOR LADIES OR CHILDREN

Small pair of brass spurs, measuring 2.75” from heel forward, 2.75” in width. Attractive brass spurs. Spiked rowels measure .50” in diameter, and are in great condition. The pair exhibit an… (M26339). Learn More »

PAIR OF SPURS – LEE’S HEADQUARTERS

PAIR OF SPURS – LEE’S HEADQUARTERS

Offered here is a nice pair of brass spurs, of a pattern considered to be Confederate. These are a plain style with no gutter inside. One is stamped with “11”. The iron rowel remains on each spur.… (141-108). Learn More »

U.S. ARTILLERY FUSE POUCH -- ARSENAL MARKED

U.S. ARTILLERY FUSE POUCH -- ARSENAL MARKED

The leather is in decent condition but shows use, wear and some soiling overall.  The latch tab was stitched to the underside of the flap.  This tab is broken at the hole with the lower half gone. … (696-85). Learn More »

U.S. ARMY ONE-PIECE .45-70 RIFLE SLING

U.S. ARMY ONE-PIECE .45-70 RIFLE SLING

The army’s trapdoor rifles of 1868 and 1870 had shorter barrels requiring only two barrel bands. Paradoxically, these required longer gun slings to reach from the swivel on the upper band down to… (1037-233). Learn More »

US SWORD HANGER, JEB STUART STYLE, FRANKFORD ARSENAL

US SWORD HANGER, JEB STUART STYLE, FRANKFORD ARSENAL

Leather sword hanger retains all original brass hardware. Straps are folded and riveted with snap hooks at ends. Leather is supple and has some light crazing. Brass hanger is marked with an Old… (809-68). Learn More »

$295.00
Originally $395.00

NEAR MINT CONDITION CIRCA 1851-1855 RIFLEMAN’S BELT AND SABER BAYONET FROG

NEAR MINT CONDITION CIRCA 1851-1855 RIFLEMAN’S BELT AND SABER BAYONET FROG

In 1839 the oval US plate was introduced for wear on a waist belt by infantry and riflemen. By 1841 the belt for riflemen was increased in width to carry the waist-mounted rifle cartridge box and the… (1000-703). Learn More »

EARLY 19TH CENTURY EQUESTRIAN LEATHER MARTINGALE

EARLY 19TH CENTURY EQUESTRIAN LEATHER MARTINGALE

Here is an early 19th century specimen of worn and tired leather horse equipment known as a martingale. This equestrian accoutrement appears to date from the 1820s to 1840s and was a leather strap… (30-1468). Learn More »

$135.00
Originally $215.00

BOYD AND SONS MARKED PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE

BOYD AND SONS MARKED PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE

These round eagle breast plates were introduced in the army in 1826 and originally fastened the shoulder belt for the bayonet. When the bayonets were shifted to wear on the waist belt in the 1840s the… (490-1860). Learn More »

.50-70 RIFLE SLING

.50-70 RIFLE SLING

Leather sling for .50-70 caliber rifles. Smooth black leather in very good condition. Measures approximately 62” long being assembled from sections of two shorter slings. One piece bears the… (490-1883). Learn More »

.50-70 RIFLE SLING

.50-70 RIFLE SLING

Leather sling for .50-70 caliber rifles. Smooth black leather in good condition. Measures approximately 65” long being assembled from sections of two shorter slings. Each piece bears the original… (490-1882). Learn More »

RELIC US PATTERN 1839 BELT PLATE

RELIC US PATTERN 1839 BELT PLATE

This Federal belt plate is of the regulation 1839 pattern and was recovered in central Virginia. Constructed in the die-struck and rolled brass method, the brass accoutrement’s face shows a clear… (1000-1246). Learn More »

RELIC US PATTERN 1839 BELT PLATE

RELIC US PATTERN 1839 BELT PLATE

This Federal belt plate is of the regulation 1839 pattern and was recovered in central Virginia. Constructed in the die-struck and rolled brass method, the brass accoutrement’s face shows a very… (1000-1234). Learn More »

RELIC US PATTERN 1839 BELT PLATE

RELIC US PATTERN 1839 BELT PLATE

This Federal belt plate is of the regulation 1839 pattern and was recovered in central Virginia. Constructed in the die-struck and rolled brass method, the brass accoutrement’s face shows a very… (1000-1242). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR CAPTAIN OF INFANTRY SHOULDER STRAPS

CIVIL WAR CAPTAIN OF INFANTRY SHOULDER STRAPS

Here is a pair of Civil War Federal Army captain’s shoulder straps sometimes referred to as shoulder boards. Straps are in decent condition with dark blue fields and captain’s bars.  Straps… (766-943). Learn More »

VERY RARE AND SPECTACULAR MARINE CORPS CIVIL WAR OR EARLIER EAGLE SNARE DRUM

VERY RARE AND SPECTACULAR MARINE CORPS CIVIL WAR OR EARLIER EAGLE SNARE DRUM

This rare drum has had the tension ropes and ears as well as the heads replaced but the body and hoops are original and the interior has a fantastic maker’s label from a known early maker. There are… (344-1831). Learn More »

MODEL 1903 PISTOL CARTRIDGE BELT

MODEL 1903 PISTOL CARTRIDGE BELT

Belt is made of khaki web material with eight pockets around the body of the belt. Each pocket has a brown metal rimless eagle snap attached to a pointed flap. All snaps operate properly. Pocket… (1047-149). Learn More »


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CIVIL WAR SEWING KIT OR “HOUSEWIFE” OF CHARLES E. DEARING 16th MAINE, CAPTURED AT GETTYBURG

Sewing kits were essential to soldiers for minor repairs to uniforms and clothing. Not issued by the army, they were made by mothers, sisters, wives and sweethearts and were popular going-away gifts to departing soldiers who nicknamed them… (766-1089). Learn More »

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