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CONFEDERATE CARBINE BUCKLE RECOVERED IN THE CAMP OF THE 57TH VIRGINIA

CONFEDERATE CARBINE BUCKLE RECOVERED IN THE CAMP OF THE 57TH VIRGINIA

Buckle looks very much like the US issue carbine buckle except it is more crudely made. Both tongues appear to be made of scrap brass and the body of the buckle itself is thicker than the US… (1061-14). Learn More »

$325.00
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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 »

REGULATION 1851 PATTERN U.S. OFFICER’S SWORD BELT PLATE

REGULATION 1851 PATTERN U.S. OFFICER’S SWORD BELT PLATE

The rectangular sword belt plate bearing the Arms of the United States was introduced in 1851 as the regulation buckle for officers and for enlisted men armed with swords. The central motif is an… (286-538). Learn More »

MINTY US PATTERN 1839 OVAL BELT PLATE WITH LOTS OF ORIGINAL GILT

MINTY US PATTERN 1839 OVAL BELT PLATE WITH LOTS OF ORIGINAL GILT

The quintessential Civil War Union army belt plate, the stamped brass oval US belt plate with solder-filled back and fastening hooks was first introduced in 1839. They are an entire collecting… (286-544). Learn More »

EXCAVATED “OVM” WAIST BELT PLATE FROM MURFREESBORO

EXCAVATED “OVM” WAIST BELT PLATE FROM MURFREESBORO

This Civil War Ohio Volunteer Militia Enlisted Infantry belt plate is in very good excavated condition.  This early war belt plate measures 53 mm x 78 mm and is constructed from die-struck rolled… (33-487). Learn More »

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 »

MODEL 1872 ENLISTEDMAN’S BELT AND BUCKLE

MODEL 1872 ENLISTEDMAN’S BELT AND BUCKLE

U.S. Model 1872 cast brass enlistedman’s rectangular belt buckle measures approximately 3 3/8” x 2 1/8”.  Narrow hook on back. Integral belt loop cast onto end of buckle.  Face features… (766-1033). Learn More »

MODEL 1872 ENLISTEDMAN’S BELT PLATE

MODEL 1872 ENLISTEDMAN’S BELT PLATE

U.S. model 1872 cast brass enlistedman’s rectangular belt buckle measures approximately 3 3/8” x 2 1/8”.  Narrow hook on back. Integral belt loop cast onto end of buckle.  Face features… (766-1039). Learn More »

US PATTERN 1839 BELT PLATE WITH BRIDLE LEATHER BELT

US PATTERN 1839 BELT PLATE WITH BRIDLE LEATHER BELT

This Federal belt and buckle is of the 1839 pattern. The buckle or “belt plate” has a die-struck sheet brass face with a clear “US”. Face shows some green-blue verdigris on lower left portion… (490-1891). Learn More »

MODEL 1872 NEW JERSEY ENLISTEDMAN’S BELT AND BUCKLE

MODEL 1872 NEW JERSEY ENLISTEDMAN’S BELT AND BUCKLE

U.S. model 1872 cast brass enlistedman’s rectangular belt buckle measures approximately 3 ¼” x 2”.  Narrow hook on back. Integral belt loop cast onto end of buckle.  Face features “NJ”… (766-1034). Learn More »

$295.00
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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 »

REFERENCE BOOK ON CONFEDERATE PLATES

REFERENCE BOOK ON CONFEDERATE PLATES

Nice condition reference book titled “CONFEDERATE GENERAL SERVICE ACCOUTREMENT PLATES” by Lon W. Keim, M.D. printed by Moss Publications in 1987. Volume meas. approx. 9.00 x 11.25 inches and runs… (1054-528). Learn More »

$75.00
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LIKE NEW COPY OF CONFEDERATE BUCKLES & PLATES BY MULLINAX

LIKE NEW COPY OF CONFEDERATE BUCKLES & PLATES BY MULLINAX

Nice, clean hardcover copy of “CONFEDERATE BELT BUCKLES & PLATES” by Steve E. Muillinax. Volume meas. approx. 8.75 x 11.25 inches and runs 224 pages. This is a first edition copy published in… (1054-518). Learn More »

$45.00
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RELIC CONDITION U.S. CAVALRY SLING BUCKLE

RELIC CONDITION U.S. CAVALRY SLING BUCKLE

This brass carbine buckle was once part of a Union cavalryman’s carbine sling rig. One prong remains intact while the other prong has broken off of the ring. Buckle exhibits a dark rust colored… (1000-1342). Learn More »

FRAMED C.S. OVAL “EGG SHAPED” BELT PLATE, RECOVERED FROM ATLANTA

FRAMED C.S. OVAL “EGG SHAPED” BELT PLATE, RECOVERED FROM ATLANTA

Belt plate was found on the Confederate line at the site of the Battle of Atlanta, Georgia, which took place in 1864.  Plate is in very good relic condition, just slightly warped. Plate is made of… (1030-262). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE FRAME BUCKLE FROM CENTRAL VIRGINIA

CONFEDERATE FRAME BUCKLE FROM CENTRAL VIRGINIA

This C.S. frame buckle shows impact from something. The plate measures 64mm by 72mm and its central bar has been bent to one side and one edge of the frame has been bowed slightly. The excavator has… (1000-1338). Learn More »

VIRGINIA RECTANGULAR WAIST BELT PLATE

VIRGINIA RECTANGULAR WAIST BELT PLATE

Virginia is known to have ordered these state-seal belt military plates just before the war. Northern manufacturers were willing to take on the business and there are two different die-strikes. One,… (33-255). Learn More »

PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE

PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE

Item is in excellent condition. Brass face has clean and even finish with typical eagle stamping. Light wear to the raised areas (legs). Back has 100% lead fill with two complete wire loops. This… (33-315). Learn More »

$200.00
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VERY GOOD CONDITION CONFEDERATE IMPORT BARNETT P53 ENFIELD

J.E. Barnett and Sons, “consistently sold their arms to Confederate agents and southern buyers throughout the war” (The English Connection, p. 17.) They dealt not only with the Confederate Ordnance Department, but also with the states of Georgia… (G3919). Learn More »

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