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MAKER MARKED PATTERN 1861 CARTRIDGE BOX WITH SLING, PLATES & TINS

MAKER MARKED PATTERN 1861 CARTRIDGE BOX WITH SLING, PLATES & TINS

Pattern of 1861 US Cartridge Box with both plates, tins and sling! Beginning with the box, it is a good example, with both the outer and inner flap opening freely. The leather is mostly supple, with… (1032-77). Learn More »

$850.00
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CONFEDERATE WAIST BELT IMPROVISED OF SNAKE BUCKLE AND CS RIFLE SLING

CONFEDERATE WAIST BELT IMPROVISED OF SNAKE BUCKLE AND CS RIFLE SLING

Field-used and field-modified equipment is a really interesting area of study where a moment of innovation or need on the part of a soldier comes to life. This also one of those objects that carries… (480-167). Learn More »

M1851 US CAVALRY BELT RIG WITH PLATE, ALL STRAPS, AND PISTOL CARTRIDGE BOX

M1851 US CAVALRY BELT RIG WITH PLATE, ALL STRAPS, AND PISTOL CARTRIDGE BOX

Buff leather sword belt in solid condition. The exterior leather surfaces are very clean. The leather is strong and supple with no weak spots. The shoulder support strap (Sam Brown belt) is present… (1087-25). 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 »

$810.00
Originally $950.00

SCARCE WISH-BONE BUCKLE, ON FIELD-MADE ARMY BELT

SCARCE WISH-BONE BUCKLE, ON FIELD-MADE ARMY BELT

Iron “Wishbone” w/hook and rear studs, attached to rough Field-made belt cut from bridal leather, 35” in length, 1.75” in length, w/four punched holes. Leather is stiff cracking throughout.… (224-499). Learn More »

ANTIETAM RECOVERED CONFEDERATE FRAME BUCKLE AND PART OF ITS BELT FROM THE REMSBURG COLLECTION

ANTIETAM RECOVERED CONFEDERATE FRAME BUCKLE AND PART OF ITS BELT FROM THE REMSBURG COLLECTION

If there was a “typical” Confederate belt buckle, it was the fixed-tongue frame buckle. This one is the standard size for this widely issued southern belt buckle produced by a large number of… (88-39). Learn More »

$1,295.00
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PATTERN 1841 US ENLISTED MAN’S WAIST BELT WITH LEATHER KEEPER

PATTERN 1841 US ENLISTED MAN’S WAIST BELT WITH LEATHER KEEPER

This style of belt came into use in 1841 and was originally made of white buff but by 1852 buff leather was in short supply and bridle leather began to be used. Also, the new regulations of 1852… (561-14). Learn More »

$295.00
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BUFF LEATHER ENLISTEDMAN’S WAIST BELT AND PLATE

BUFF LEATHER ENLISTEDMAN’S WAIST BELT AND PLATE

The belt is made of white buff leather and has been dyed black on the outside. Attached to one end is the brass keeper while the other has a very nice Pattern 1839 oval “US” plate. In the area of… (1071-04). Learn More »

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 »

FANTASTIC NAMED CONFEDERATE COTTON BELT - PUBLISHED IN BOOK ON CIVIL WAR RELICS

FANTASTIC NAMED CONFEDERATE COTTON BELT - PUBLISHED IN BOOK ON CIVIL WAR RELICS

This unique Confederate belt was published on page 228 of “THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF AMERICAN CIVIL WAR RELICS” by Stephen W. Sylvia and Michael J. O’Donnell in 1978. It was originally part of… (33-244). Learn More »

WHITE BUFF LEATHER DRAGOON SWORD BELT WITH FIELD REPAIRED “US” BUCKLE

WHITE BUFF LEATHER DRAGOON SWORD BELT WITH FIELD REPAIRED “US” BUCKLE

Buff leather dyed brown on the outside to conform to the 1851 Regulations while the inside was left white. Leather is in very nice condition but just a bit stiff. The frog for the M1832 Artillery… (410-358). Learn More »

WHITE BUFF LEATHER DRAGOON SWORD BELT WITH FIELD REPAIRED “US” BUCKLE

WHITE BUFF LEATHER DRAGOON SWORD BELT WITH FIELD REPAIRED “US” BUCKLE

Nice condition white buff leather sword belt. Measures approximately 40” long with buckle. Belt is just a hair under 2” wide. White buff leather is soiled and slightly stiff. Short and long straps… (1000-705). Learn More »

HEAVY ARTILLERY BUFF LEATHER BELT, BUCKLE AND FROG

HEAVY ARTILLERY BUFF LEATHER BELT, BUCKLE AND FROG

This buff leather belt rig is in very good condition. Belt leather remains pliable.  The rectangular eagle NCO plate features the three-piece silver wreath applied to the face. The buckle and keeper… (1000-613). Learn More »

TWO-PIECE MILITIA BUCKLE ON BELT

TWO-PIECE MILITIA BUCKLE ON BELT

Elaborate design featuring an eagle in the center. Two-piece, tongue and wreath style buckle of cast brass and gilted.  Pre-Civil War design that continued to be used through the war. Leather belt is… (1000-605). Learn More »

RARE NEW HAMPSHIRE STATE MILITIA BUCKLE ON BELT

RARE NEW HAMPSHIRE STATE MILITIA BUCKLE ON BELT

New Hampshire State Militia buckle, intended for units from New Hampshire. This plate is believed to have been manufactured during the war. The New Hampshire militia was authorized in 1862. None of… (1000-604). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ENLISTEDMAN’S WAIST BELT

CIVIL WAR ENLISTEDMAN’S WAIST BELT

Leather is in nice pliable condition. It meas. approx. 1.75 inches wide x 35.00 inches long with 7 size adjustment holes on one end and slits on the opposite end for attaching a plate. Interior is… (744-22). Learn More »

1840’S MILITIA OFFICER’S BELT AND BUCKLE

1840’S MILITIA OFFICER’S BELT AND BUCKLE

White buff leather belt meas. approx. 1.50 inches wide and is in very good condition with only some light surface dirt from age and storage. Two-piece plate is made up of a rectangular tongue with a… (344-932). Learn More »

UNISSUED US BUCKLE AND BUFF BELT

UNISSUED US BUCKLE AND BUFF BELT

Here is a mint, unissued Civil War U.S. belt and buckle. The buckle is the style with “arrow” hooks. Shows no wear, dings, or dents. Retains original bright finish on brass face. The belt is buff… (1000-606). Learn More »

NCO BELT WITH HOOK & KEEPER

NCO BELT WITH HOOK & KEEPER

Bridle leather, 40 x 1.875”, with 16 belt holes. Keeper numerical stamp: “219”. Leather smooth with light cracking. Hook and keeper exhibit medium coppery patina. Else VG. Will go perfectly with… (665-25). 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 »


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RHODE ISLAND STATE CONTRACT UNION ENLISTED FOOT GREAT COAT

The Infantry, Heavy Artillery and Engineers used this style of greatcoat. The foot style great coat is single breasted with a standing collar and has an elbow length cape. The coat is made of quality Sky Blue wool with a heavy brown cotton jean… (583-01). Learn More »

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