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VIRGINIA BELT PLATE

VIRGINIA BELT PLATE

Stamped brass rectangular belt plate has the raised image of the Virginia state seal with motto, “SIC SEMPER TYRANUS” above, and, “VIRGINIA” below. Seal features Virtus with sword down and… (1000-1340). Learn More »

EXCAVATED CONFEDERATE “BEVELED EDGE” FRAME BUCKLE

EXCAVATED CONFEDERATE “BEVELED EDGE” FRAME BUCKLE

Small Confederate frame buckle measuring 55mm wide x 63mm tall.  Dug belt buckle with even tan patina. Excellent condition with nice original “body curve”. Recovered from central Virginia. … (1000-1320). Learn More »

RELIC U.S. PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE – GETTYSBURG RETREAT

RELIC U.S. PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE – GETTYSBURG RETREAT

This excavated plate has a nice brass face with chocolate brown patina. The detail on the eagle is very good. The reverse has 99.9% of the lead fill. Both iron hooks have rusted away. This was… (286-270). Learn More »

RELIC STATE OF NEW YORK “SNY” BELT PLATE FROM SHILOH

RELIC STATE OF NEW YORK “SNY” BELT PLATE FROM SHILOH

This is a nice excavated SNY belt plate. Pattern 1839 belt buckle with puppy-paw hooks. Beautiful brown face with the letters “SNY” in the center. Many small “dings” on the face. A few dents… (1000-1253). Learn More »

US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

Choice eagle plate found on the 1st Day’s battlefield west of town along Route 30 bridge over Willoughby Run. Sans both iron loops on back. Nice light olive patina on… (286-446). Learn More »

MILITIA / CONFEDERATE CLIPPED-CORNER BELT PLATE

MILITIA / CONFEDERATE CLIPPED-CORNER BELT PLATE

Excavated “clipped corner” belt plate.  Dark green-brown mixed patina.  Retains very good shape as most sheet brass plates were susceptible to bends and folds.  This specimen exhibits only the… (1000-1316). Learn More »

EXCAVATED CONFEDERATE FRAME BUCKLE

EXCAVATED CONFEDERATE FRAME BUCKLE

Simple Confederate frame buckle measuring 65mm wide x 75mm tall.  Dug belt buckle with green patina. The central bar that the belt leather attaches to has a hairline, but the bar itself is not bent.… (1000-1336). Learn More »

MILITIA SWORD BELT & BUCKLE, ca. 1846- 1850

MILITIA SWORD BELT & BUCKLE, ca. 1846- 1850

Black bridle leather, 38” in width, 1.5” in width. Two Strap-hangars, 11 x 22.75” in length, .875” in width. Brass circular disc buckle, with wingspread eagle encircled by 29 stars. Circular,… (846-110). Learn More »

LIKE NEW AUTOGRAPHED COPY OF “AMERICAN MILITARY BELT PLATES”

LIKE NEW AUTOGRAPHED COPY OF “AMERICAN MILITARY BELT PLATES”

Hardcover volume meas. approx. 8.75 x 11.25 inches. The work was done by Michael J. O’Donnell and J. Duncan Campbell and is signed by them on a bookplate pasted to the inside front cover. Volume was… (573-68). Learn More »

TWO PIECE CS TONGUE AND WREATH PLATE ON THE ORIGINAL BELT

TWO PIECE CS TONGUE AND WREATH PLATE ON THE ORIGINAL BELT

Sandcast two-piece plate in excellent condition. Tongue is slightly convex with a good, clear “C’ and an “S” that has a flaw in the upper serif. Wreath has pronounced detail. Both pieces have… (846-107). Learn More »

EXCELLENT CONDITION U.S. NAVY ENLISTED BELT

EXCELLENT CONDITION U.S. NAVY ENLISTED BELT

Regulation belt made of blackened buff leather.  This pattern belt and japanned iron friction buckle seems to have appeared in 1862.  It is specifically detailed as a regulation issue item by the… (1000-576). Learn More »

EXCAVATED CIVIL WAR “VMM” OVAL WAIST BELT PLATE

EXCAVATED CIVIL WAR “VMM” OVAL WAIST BELT PLATE

Presented here is an excavated “Volunteer Militia of Maine” oval waist belt plate that was issued to the State’s volunteer infantrymen early in the Civil War. Maine formally organized its… (1000-1541). Learn More »

EXCAVATED CIVIL WAR “VMM” OVAL WAIST BELT PLATE

EXCAVATED CIVIL WAR “VMM” OVAL WAIST BELT PLATE

Presented here is an excavated “Volunteer Militia of Maine” oval waist belt plate that was issued to the State’s volunteer infantrymen early in the Civil War. Maine formally organized its… (1000-1539). Learn More »

EXCAVATED “OVM” WAIST BELT PLATE

EXCAVATED “OVM” WAIST BELT PLATE

This Civil War Ohio Volunteer Militia Enlisted Infantry belt plate, is in good excavated condition.  This early war belt plate measures 52 mm x 75 mm and is constructed from die-struck rolled sheet… (1000-1540). Learn More »

UNISSUED SMALL PATTERN US BUCKLE AND WHITE BUFF BELT

UNISSUED SMALL PATTERN US BUCKLE AND WHITE BUFF BELT

Here is a very nice, unissued Model 1839 small pattern U.S. belt and buckle. The buckle is the early small size with only two hooks, measuring 2 ¾” x 1 ½”. Buckle shows no wear and retains a… (1000-609). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE TWO PIECE SWORD BELT PLATE

CONFEDERATE TWO PIECE SWORD BELT PLATE

An excavated Confederate officer’s belt buckle. Cast brass buckle created in two pieces; a tongue and a wreath.  The "CS" at center on tongue stands out well.  Nice green patina. Both belt loops… (1000-1323). Learn More »

UNISSUED US BUCKLE AND BUFF BELT

UNISSUED US BUCKLE AND BUFF BELT

Here is a very nice, unissued Civil War U.S. belt and buckle. The buckle is the early dragoon style with “puppy-paw” hooks mounted behind the “S”. Shows no wear, but a few small dings. Dark… (1000-608). Learn More »

UNISSUED US BUCKLE AND BUFF BELT

UNISSUED US BUCKLE AND BUFF BELT

Here is a very nice, unissued Civil War U.S. belt and buckle. The buckle is the early dragoon style with “puppy-paw” hooks mounted behind the “S”. Shows no wear and retains a bright brass… (1000-607). Learn More »

TWO PIECE VIRGINIA PLATE WITH BELT

TWO PIECE VIRGINIA PLATE WITH BELT

Belt is made of leather covered canvas and meas. approx. 31.50 inches long, not including the plate, and 1.75 inches wide. The leather is folded over the canvas and sewn down the center of the back of… (1000-767). Learn More »

VOLUNTEER MAINE MILITIA BELT PLATE

VOLUNTEER MAINE MILITIA BELT PLATE

This very rare brass belt plate was recovered from the greater Richmond area. Plate has a darkened patina. Edge of plate has very slight nicks. Scratched into the front of the plate below “VMM” is… (883-85). Learn More »

$1,695.00
Originally $2,000.00


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GETTYSBURG COPPER TEA KETTLE, CIRCA 1790’S- 1819

This is one of only three copper tea kettles known to exist that were made by Christian Wampler of Gettysburg, PA. Wampler was born on July 27, 1777 in York, PA. He was a tinner and coppersmith, as well as the highway superintendent and street… (401-31). Learn More »

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