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EXCELLENT WATERVLIET ARSENAL MARKED RIFLE SLING

EXCELLENT WATERVLIET ARSENAL MARKED RIFLE SLING

This russet leather U.S. rifle sling shows just a few stains and minor wear spots and has a crisp “WATERVLIET ARSENAL” stamp in two lines. The brass hook and standing loop are firmly in place, and… (2021-712). Learn More »

WONDERFUL UNTOUCHED MEXICAN WAR INFANTRY RIG: CARTRIDGE BOX, SLING, WAISTBELT AND PLATE, BAYONET AND SCABBARD, ALL PLATES, AND MAGAZINE TINS!

WONDERFUL UNTOUCHED MEXICAN WAR INFANTRY RIG: CARTRIDGE BOX, SLING, WAISTBELT AND PLATE, BAYONET AND SCABBARD, ALL PLATES, AND MAGAZINE TINS!

Sets like this don’t come on the market much anymore and when they do, they have often been fooled around with. This is a great untouched set, just as you’d like to find on wandering into a poorly… (766-1529). Learn More »

RECTANGULAR M1851 SWORD BELT PLATE & HASP WITH MATCHING BENCH NUMBERS

RECTANGULAR M1851 SWORD BELT PLATE & HASP WITH MATCHING BENCH NUMBERS

These rectangular eagle plates were introduced in 1851 for wear by officers and by enlisted men carrying swords. The latter included cavalrymen, artillerymen, infantry sergeants, and others. Officers… (172-5765). Learn More »

$325.00
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BEAUTIFUL 75th INFANTRY REGIMENT OFFICER’S HAT INSIGNIA

BEAUTIFUL 75th INFANTRY REGIMENT OFFICER’S HAT INSIGNIA

This is a near mint, embroidered bullion officer’s hat insignia still on its large patch, which would be trimmed down for sewing directly on a hat or cap, or fitted on stiffener with loops. The gold… (172-5764). Learn More »

MINTY CIVIL WAR SABER KNOT BY GAYLORD

MINTY CIVIL WAR SABER KNOT BY GAYLORD

This bridle leather sword knot in as near new condition as you can get. The finish and color are superb. The maker’s stamp is crisp, reading “E.GAYLORD / CHICOPEE / MASS. Emerson Gaylord was one… (1145-04). Learn More »

NICE ARTILLERY LANYARD

NICE ARTILLERY LANYARD

A very nice example of the Civil War artillery lanyard. Nice turned wood handle about 4 inches long with good finish and larger turned ends for a more secure grip, complete with full-length cord and… (490-2556). Learn More »

8th CONNECTICUT, COMPANY C, 1861 PATTERN CARTRIDGE BOX BY BOYD & SONS

8th CONNECTICUT, COMPANY C, 1861 PATTERN CARTRIDGE BOX BY BOYD & SONS

This is a company and regimentally marked 1861 pattern .58 Caliber infantry cartridge box. It bears a dead-real stencil on the inside of the flap identifying it as property of Co. C, 8th Connecticut… (2021-715). Learn More »

1855 SABER BAYONET BELT FROG

1855 SABER BAYONET BELT FROG

When first adopted, the heavy brass-hilted saber bayonet was intended to be carried on the 1855 pattern rifleman’s belt, which an integral bayonet frog, as well as two brass slides intended to… (2021-714). Learn More »

MODEL 1832 WHITE BUFF OFFICER’S SWORD FROG

MODEL 1832 WHITE BUFF OFFICER’S SWORD FROG

This is an officer’s sword frog constructed of thin white buff leather. Measures 8.5” long by 3.75” at widest point. Leather is folded over and sewn to form a belt loop at the top. A pocket is… (766-1530). Learn More »

ORIGINAL, M1858 ‘SMOOTHSIDE’ CANTEEN CARRIED BY PRIVATE OLIVER C. CASE, 8TH CONNECTICUT INFANTRY

ORIGINAL, M1858 ‘SMOOTHSIDE’ CANTEEN CARRIED BY PRIVATE OLIVER C. CASE, 8TH CONNECTICUT INFANTRY

This Civil War artifact is a wonderful, partially identified example of the early Model 1858 ‘smoothside-pattern’ canteen in fine condition but missing the sling, cover and cork stopper. Typical… (766-1572). Learn More »

$795.00
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CANTEEN AND CUP WITH GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN SERVICE AND BATTLE HONORS, BATTERY K 1st US LIGHT ARTILLERY: HORSE ARTILLERY!

CANTEEN AND CUP WITH GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN SERVICE AND BATTLE HONORS, BATTERY K 1st US LIGHT ARTILLERY: HORSE ARTILLERY!

These two pieces are decorated to commemorate the soldier’s service, particularly during the summer and fall of 1863. The canteen is an 1812 pattern cheesebox style with original olive drab paint,… (490-2627). Learn More »

MINT 1863 DATED ARTILLERY FUSE POUCH

MINT 1863 DATED ARTILLERY FUSE POUCH

This is a mint example of the regulation Civil War artillery fuse pouch, maker marked and dated, “WATERTOWN / ARSENAL / 1863” on the inner flap. These were worn on a simple leather belt by… (1145-01). Learn More »

PAIR OF SPURS – LEE’S HEADQUARTERS

PAIR OF SPURS – LEE’S HEADQUARTERS

Offered here is a nice pair of brass spurs, of a pattern considered to be Confederate. These are a plain style with no gutter inside. One is stamped with “11”. The iron rowel remains on each spur.… (141-108). Learn More »

$395.00
Originally $450.00

PAIR OF MEXICAN WAR OFFICER’S STIRRUPS

PAIR OF MEXICAN WAR OFFICER’S STIRRUPS

Presented is a fine matching pair of a military officer’s heavy brass-plated, cast iron stirrups from the Mexican War. In wonderful original condition, these equestrian artifacts are unmarked. … (30-1553). Learn More »

$1,200.00
Originally $1,600.00

MODEL 1858 SMOOTHSIDE NEW YORK DEPOT CANTEEN WITH COVER, STRAP, AND STOPPER

MODEL 1858 SMOOTHSIDE NEW YORK DEPOT CANTEEN WITH COVER, STRAP, AND STOPPER

The model 1858 canteen was the most popular canteen of the Civil War period. Canteen measures approximately 7 ¾” in diameter. It is covered in brown wool. The cover is complete and in good… (490-2623). Learn More »

$395.00
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SCARCE U.S. 1887 PATTERN RIFLE SLING

SCARCE U.S. 1887 PATTERN RIFLE SLING

A renewed interest in marksmanship and target practice by the U.S. Army in the 1880s led to changes in the issue rifle sling. New firing positions used the sling to steady the piece, resulting in the… (490-2589). Learn More »

$165.00
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FIRST EDITION REFERENCE BOOK ON CIVIL WAR CANTEENS

FIRST EDITION REFERENCE BOOK ON CIVIL WAR CANTEENS

Like new condition copy of “U.S. ARMY & MILITIA CANTEENS 1775-1910” by Mike O’Donnell. Volume meas. approx. 8.75 x 11.25 and runs 300 pages with index. Published by O’Donnell Publications… (1140-21). Learn More »

VERY NICE US 1832 PATTERN SWORT SWORD DATED 1835 AND REGULATION 1839 PATTERN BELT

VERY NICE US 1832 PATTERN SWORT SWORD DATED 1835 AND REGULATION 1839 PATTERN BELT

  This is a really nice example of the U.S. artillery short sword and belt. Adopted by the army in 1832, this gladius-pattern short sword was a big seller for Ames to the U.S. and state governments,… (1052-42). Learn More »

BATTLEFIELD PICK-UP 1861 CARTRIDGE BOX WITH PLATE FROM SHIELDS’ MUSEUM

BATTLEFIELD PICK-UP 1861 CARTRIDGE BOX WITH PLATE FROM SHIELDS’ MUSEUM

This cartridge box is the "Pattern 1861” infantry cartridge box in well-worn and very weathered condition. A Gettysburg battlefield pick-up that was once a part of the Shields’ Museum located on… (1052-47). Learn More »

US WORLD WAR TWO NAVY OFFICER’S INSIGNIA

US WORLD WAR TWO NAVY OFFICER’S INSIGNIA

Insignia consists of a silver spread-winged eagle and shield superimposed over gold plated crossed anchors. Insignia was worn on the overseas caps of Navy officers. Reverse is stamped “STERLING”… (266-1011). Learn More »

$35.00
Originally $40.00
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EXCELLENT CONDITION EARLY MARINE MAMALUKE WITH IVORY GRIP AND ENGRAVED SCABBARD

Manufactured: U.S.  Maker: Unmarked  Year: C1820-25  Model: Mamaluke Size: 29.25 inch blade 1.30 in. wide  Condition: Excellent+ Sharply curved, single edged, blue and gold engraved blade decorated with ships mast, Indian with headdress, arms,… (870-72). Learn More »

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