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INDIAN WAR SWORD HANGER

INDIAN WAR SWORD HANGER

Item consists of brown leather drops with button over ends attached to a large flat brass hook. This item was attached to a belt and will allow a sword to be worn. Drops are unmarked. One drop meas.… (M25475). Learn More »

LEATHER SCABBARD FOR M1855 BAYONET

LEATHER SCABBARD FOR M1855 BAYONET

This in an original bridle leather scabbard for the Model 1855 socket bayonet. Body measures 19 ½” long and is closed with a brass scabbard tip and finial. A 2 ½” wide belt loop / frog is… (172-4537). Learn More »

CW CARBINE CARTRIDGE BOX

CW CARBINE CARTRIDGE BOX

Standard early war, black leather cavalry box, measuring 3.25 x 2 x 7.5”, with front flap attaching to bottom finial flap, along with reverse belt loops, and roller buckles. Includes Interior… (172-4501). Learn More »

MAKER MARKED US PERCUSSION CAP POUCH

MAKER MARKED US PERCUSSION CAP POUCH

Outer flap marking: (oval encircled) “R.H. White/ U.S. Ord. Dept/ Sub-Inspector.” Inner flap maker mark: “S.H. Young/ & Co/ Newark/ N.J.” Leather exhibits light flaking of out flap, finial… (286-320). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR CARBINE SOCKET, MAKER MARKED

CIVIL WAR CARBINE SOCKET, MAKER MARKED

Original Civil War cavalry carbine thimble. Socket of thick sewn leather with leather strap and black japanned buckle stitched to the outside. Very good, solid condition with minor crazing. Maker… (172-4496). Learn More »

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US ARMY HOLSTER, DATED 1909

US ARMY HOLSTER, DATED 1909

Brown leather holster, w/oval encircled “US,” and “Rock Island/Arsenal/ 1909/ R.E.K” markings [on reverse belt loop]. From the top of the finial flap [stamped “37”] to its lanyard holed… (172-4494). Learn More »

US NAVY HOLSTER, C. 1909

US NAVY HOLSTER, C. 1909

“Right Hand” holster, of black leather, with oval encircled “USN” stamped on upper flap, and three-rivet reverse belt loop. Measures 13.25” in length from top of flap to the tip, with pocket… (172-4495). Learn More »

MODEL 1928 MCCLELLAN SADDLE

MODEL 1928 MCCLELLAN SADDLE

This saddle was originally a 1904 but in 1928 the US Government arsenals issued a modification kit for soldiers and saddlers to convert the 1904 into the 1928. This was done by adding skirts and… (765-53). Learn More »

C. 1900-1920 US ARMY OFFICER BELT RIG WITH GILT BUCKLE, BLACK & GILT STRIPED BELT & GILT SWORD HANGERS

C. 1900-1920 US ARMY OFFICER BELT RIG WITH GILT BUCKLE, BLACK & GILT STRIPED BELT & GILT SWORD HANGERS

Bright M1851 spread eagle buckle w/keeper and clasp. Black leather belt measures 42” x 1.75”, w/attractive gilt belt keeper. The three attached sword hangers measure 7, 7.5 & 21”. Outer belt… (172-4119). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CAP POUCH

CONFEDERATE CAP POUCH

This is a nice example of a Confederate-made percussion cap pouch. In good condition, this pouch looks much like its northern counterpart. The back, outer/front flap, and latch tab are a single piece… (773-05). Learn More »

1832 PATTERN HEAVY ARTILLERY BELT

1832 PATTERN HEAVY ARTILLERY BELT

Buff leather dyed brown on the outside to conform to the 1851 Regulations while the inside has been left white. Leather is in very good condition overall but it is a little worn on the exterior… (172-3794). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR PERCUSSION CAP POUCH

CIVIL WAR PERCUSSION CAP POUCH

This is a complete percussion cap pouch. The outer flap has some minor surface cracking at the “fold” but is otherwise in very good condition. This pattern has the integral closing tab as an… (224-272). Learn More »

UNIT MARKED CAVALRY CARBINE SLING

UNIT MARKED CAVALRY CARBINE SLING

A nice example of the early Dragoon / Cavalry shoulder sling designed for use with weapons fitted with sling rings (musketoon, rifled carbine, and all of the patented breech-loading carbines). The… (172-4471). Learn More »

COLLECTION OF CIVIL WAR U.S. LEATHER GEAR

COLLECTION OF CIVIL WAR U.S. LEATHER GEAR

What at first appears to be a U.S. infantry belt rig is actually an assemblage of separate Civil War leather items. The belt is a nice condition buff leather belt with original brass keeper on the… (840-13). Learn More »

EARLY 1900’S SWORD HANGER

EARLY 1900’S SWORD HANGER

Item consists of brown leather drops with button over ends attached to a metal clip with a pressure gate. This item was attached to a belt and will allow a sword to be worn. This hanger is believed to… (M25539). Learn More »

INDIAN WAR ERA SWORD HANGER

INDIAN WAR ERA SWORD HANGER

Item consists of brown leather drops with button over ends attached to a large flat brass hook. This item was attached to a belt and will allow a sword to be worn. One strap has markings but hard to… (M25528). Learn More »

ARSENAL MARKED CAVALRY CARBINE SLING

ARSENAL MARKED CAVALRY CARBINE SLING

This leather cavalry carbine sling meas. approx. 2.50 inches wide x 52.00 inches long. However, it is difficult to get an accurate measurement on the length due to stiffness and waviness of the… (M25536). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY FUSE POUCH WITH LEAD FINIAL

CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY FUSE POUCH WITH LEAD FINIAL

Brown leather Confederate artillery fuse pouch is in good condition. This is the leather pouch that went on the side of the Confederate artilleryman. It held his paper time fuses for firing the… (381-20). Learn More »

SMITH & WESSON MODEL #1, 2ND ISSUE REVOLVER

SMITH & WESSON MODEL #1, 2ND ISSUE REVOLVER

Between 1860 and 1868, the Smith & Wesson arms company in Springfield, Massachusetts produced some 17,000 of these small arms for government and civilian use. This weapon is .22 cal short rimfire… (31-1546). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR PERCUSSION CAP POUCH

CIVIL WAR PERCUSSION CAP POUCH

The outer flap is a little stiff and has the integral closing tab which is unbroken. The interior flap is smooth and has both of the inner “ears” remaining. The body of the box is solid with a few… (490-1027). Learn More »


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GROUP OF ITEMS ID’D TO AN OFFICER IN ONE OF THE MOST SOUGHT AFTER REGIMENTS IN THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, THE 124TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS

The items here presented belonged to John B. Stanbrough of the 124th New York Infantry also known as "The Orange Blossoms." They are well known for the stand they made here at the top of the "Triangular Field" in front of Devil’s Den on July 2nd… (480-132). Learn More »

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