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NEW YORK STATE M1860 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD WITH OFFICER’S BELT RIG AND SCABBARD

NEW YORK STATE M1860 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD WITH OFFICER’S BELT RIG AND SCABBARD

This original, post-war M1860 Staff and Field officer’s sword bears the New York State seal and is one of many produced by various manufacturers from the Civil War thru the turn of the century. This… (704-51). Learn More »

VERY FINE, ORIGINAL, M1856 PATTERN, MAKER MARKED ENLISTEDMAN’S LEATHER BELT & BUCKLE

VERY FINE, ORIGINAL, M1856 PATTERN, MAKER MARKED ENLISTEDMAN’S LEATHER BELT & BUCKLE

This accoutrement, made of thick buff leather, is a Model 1856 Federal infantryman’s waist belt in mint, unissued condition. The belt measures 1.9” wide and is 39” long and comes equipped with… (172-3227). Learn More »

$650.00
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GROUP OF ITEMS IDENTIFIED TO PRIVATE LEWIS NAUMAN, 79TH PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS

GROUP OF ITEMS IDENTIFIED TO PRIVATE LEWIS NAUMAN, 79TH PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS

This lot consists of an early double-bag knapsack named to Nauman, his cartridge box, waist belt with plate, cap box, bayonet and scabbard and canteen. The first item is Nauman’s knapsack. The… (129-12). Learn More »

WAIST BELT AND CAP BOX ID’D TO 7TH MINNESOTA SOLDIER WOUNDED AT NASHVILLE

WAIST BELT AND CAP BOX ID’D TO 7TH MINNESOTA SOLDIER WOUNDED AT NASHVILLE

The leather of the waist belt is in good condition. It shows light wear from age and storage but is still supple and strong. The end opposite the buckle had a brass keeper but it was removed long ago,… (172-3134). Learn More »

LATE WAR NEW YORK OFFICER’S BELT RIG

LATE WAR NEW YORK OFFICER’S BELT RIG

This belt was constructed by taking a wide strip of leather and folding the top and bottom toward the center. This gives the belt a central seam running around the inside. The belt was then sewn along… (172-3083). Learn More »

SCARCE, IDENTIFIED, M1840 ENLISTED CAVALRY SABER WITH ORIGINAL COMPLETE SABER BELT RIG

SCARCE, IDENTIFIED, M1840 ENLISTED CAVALRY SABER WITH ORIGINAL COMPLETE SABER BELT RIG

This imported and seldom-seen Model 1840 cavalry saber, also called a dragoon heavy cavalry saber, is a product of the Clemen & Jung Company of Solingen, Prussia. Highly regarded for their quality… (E2401). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ENLISTEDMAN’S BELT AND BUCKLE

CIVIL WAR ENLISTEDMAN’S BELT AND BUCKLE

Leather belt is in fair to good condition. There is some surface wear, especially under the buckle. There is some light scattered surface finish loss as well. The plate is the Model 1839 oval US and… (M23259). Learn More »

$450.00
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FEDERAL OFFICER’S LEATHER WAIST BELT WITH ITS RECTANGULAR M1851 OFFICER’S BELT PLATE

FEDERAL OFFICER’S LEATHER WAIST BELT WITH ITS RECTANGULAR M1851 OFFICER’S BELT PLATE

This uniform accoutrement is a Civil War officer’s leather sword belt and plate with one saber strap hanger. Leather specimen is in good but broken, partial condition. Belt retains a very fine M1851… (172-2933). Learn More »

USN CW ENLISTED BELT

USN CW ENLISTED BELT

Brown dyed buff leather, measuring 46” in length, 1.875” in width, with leather slip loop, and riveted brass buckle assembly japanned black. All leather & rivets in near mint condition. Buckle… (186-48). Learn More »

ID'D GROUPING OF CAVALRY ITEMS IDENTIFIED TO WILLIAM CURRAN,  1ST NEW JERSEY CAVALRY VOLUNTEERS

ID'D GROUPING OF CAVALRY ITEMS IDENTIFIED TO WILLIAM CURRAN, 1ST NEW JERSEY CAVALRY VOLUNTEERS

A true 'attic find' is the best way to describe this handsome, well-preserved Civil War cavalry grouping that belonged to Corporal William Curran of the 1st New Jersey cavalry. A truly wonderful… (M23241). Learn More »

US MODEL 1851 OFFICER’S BELT RIG

US MODEL 1851 OFFICER’S BELT RIG

The leather belt is in fair condition and exhibits signs of hard use. There is some light surface crackling throughout as well as dust and dirt from age. The edges of the belt each have a tooled line… (172-2817). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR NAVY ENLISTEDMAN’S BELT

CIVIL WAR NAVY ENLISTEDMAN’S BELT

Buff leather, frame buckle, with lea. loop, measuring 43” in length, 1.875” in width. Leather is moderately stiff, but in good condition.Brass painted buckle lightly chipped, but solidly riveted… (33-104). Learn More »

PATTERN 1851 CAVALRY SWORD BELT WITH STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS MILITIA BELT PLATE

PATTERN 1851 CAVALRY SWORD BELT WITH STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS MILITIA BELT PLATE

Offered here is superb example of the Pattern 1851 cavalry sword belt in blackened buff leather. This particular belt has attached the State of Massachusetts Militia Belt Plate, which is considered as… (697-156). Learn More »

ORIGINAL, CIVIL WAR BLACK LEATHER BELT CONVERTED FOR POST-WAR USE BY AN UNKNOWN FIREMAN

ORIGINAL, CIVIL WAR BLACK LEATHER BELT CONVERTED FOR POST-WAR USE BY AN UNKNOWN FIREMAN

In very good condition, this black leather belt, circa 1865, is an original military NCO belt that was converted for use by a member of a fire company known as the Enterprise Company. Belt measures… (558-424). Learn More »

COVERED CONFEDERATE TIN DRUM CANTEEN WITH LEATHER SLING

COVERED CONFEDERATE TIN DRUM CANTEEN WITH LEATHER SLING

The body of the canteen is tin and meas. approx. 6.50 inches across x 1.30 inches thick. It has a single spout with original cork stopper and ring for attaching string or chain now gone. All three… (713-02). Learn More »

US MODEL 1874 ENLISTEDMAN’S BELT ARSENAL MARKED & IN GOOD CONDITION

US MODEL 1874 ENLISTEDMAN’S BELT ARSENAL MARKED & IN GOOD CONDITION

The leather surface of this belt is very good with only light scattered surface wrinkling. There is no flaking of any kind. All surface finish is original. One end has sewn and riveted brass belt… (689-119). Learn More »

ARSENAL MARKED NCO WAIST BELT

ARSENAL MARKED NCO WAIST BELT

Standard leather NCO waist belt without the plate. One end has the plate keeper attached by being sewn and riveted. The opposite end has a brass hook for adjusting the size and a leather slide. On the… (460-1038). Learn More »

GROUP OF ITEMS ID’D TO A MAINE OFFICER

GROUP OF ITEMS ID’D TO A MAINE OFFICER

This group of items belonged to William E. Leighton, who served in the 28th Maine for 9 months as a 1st and then 2nd Sergeant. He later served as a 1st Lieutenant and Captain in Company A, 1st… (690-03). Learn More »

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

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… (480-132). Learn More »

MODEL 1832 ARTILLERY SWORD BELT AND FROG WITH BUCKLE

MODEL 1832 ARTILLERY SWORD BELT AND FROG WITH BUCKLE

White buff leather belt that is slightly stiff with heavy surface dirt from age and storage. One of the sections has a 1.50 inch piece of leather missing on one edge. One end of the belt passes… (344-920). Learn More »


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