Military Accoutrements

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PAIR OF REGULATION 1851 BUFF EPAULETTES - HORSTMAN MARKED

PAIR OF REGULATION 1851 BUFF EPAULETTES - HORSTMAN MARKED

These buff cloth epaulettes are in very good condition with only light surface dirt from age and storage throughout. There is no damage of any kind. The body of each is covered in a buff colored cloth… (37-386). Learn More »

$350.00
Originally $550.00

CASED CAPTAIN OF MEDICAL SERVICE EPAULETTES WITH JAPANNED CASE

CASED CAPTAIN OF MEDICAL SERVICE EPAULETTES WITH JAPANNED CASE

Pair of Medical Service epaulettes with tinned carrying case. Body of each epaulette is made of gold cloth material outlined in bright gold bullion. Anchor buttons are General Service Eagle buttons.… (160-36). Learn More »

SCARCE MILITIA TWO-PIECE BELT PLATE Ca.1855-1860

SCARCE MILITIA TWO-PIECE BELT PLATE Ca.1855-1860

This is identical to O’Donnell and Campbell Plate 296. A few are known, all showing signs of having been cast about 1855-1860 from mold made from a common original dating to the 1840s. All have a… (1184-140). Learn More »

EXCAVATED MARTINGALE HEART

EXCAVATED MARTINGALE HEART

Martingale hearts are an interesting subcategory of military plates. O’Donnell and Campbell illustrate a variety dating from about 1812 to 1900 as Plates 419 to 438 in American Military Belt Plates.… (1184-138). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S SWORD BELT WITH PATTERN 1851 BUCKLE

CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S SWORD BELT WITH PATTERN 1851 BUCKLE

This is an officer’s sword belt in good condition. Belt is constructed of folded leather that is stitched. Tooled edge on belt. Belt leather measures approximately 34” long overall x 1 ¾” wide.… (480-284). Learn More »

US/CS CAVALRY SPURS

US/CS CAVALRY SPURS

Offered here is a matched pair of spurs similar in design to the U.S. Model 1859 brass spur. This style has no groove inside and a squared-off neck. Each marked “11” on the inside. Both iron… (480-285). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR EMBROIDERED OFFICER’S HARDEE HAT INSIGNIA

CIVIL WAR EMBROIDERED OFFICER’S HARDEE HAT INSIGNIA

U.S. Army officer’s embroidered insignia for the Hardee or slouch hat. Used to pin up the brim on one side. Spread-winged eagle of bullion thread and sequins on black velvet. Tarred cloth backing.… (480-288). Learn More »

NICE “RELIC” PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE

NICE “RELIC” PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE

This is an excavated “eagle” plate for the shoulder strap of the infantry cartridge box. Brass face has a good dark, dirt-covered brown patina. All details of the eagle display very well. The… (2022-1398). Learn More »

US PATTERN 1839 CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE EXCAVATED AT 1ST MANASSAS BY SYD KERKSIS IN 1954

US PATTERN 1839 CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE EXCAVATED AT 1ST MANASSAS BY SYD KERKSIS IN 1954

This plate was recovered on the battlefield of Cedar Creek by Syd Kerksis, one of the legendary early relic hunters and collectors, author of books on military belt plates and Civil War projectiles.… (2022-1717). Learn More »

$450.00
ON HOLD

US PATTERN 1839 OVAL BELT PLATE EXCAVATED AT CEDAR CREEK BY SYD KERKSIS IN 1956

US PATTERN 1839 OVAL BELT PLATE EXCAVATED AT CEDAR CREEK BY SYD KERKSIS IN 1956

This plate was recovered on the battlefield of Cedar Creek by Syd Kerksis, one of the legendary early relic hunters and collectors, author of books on military belt plates and Civil War projectiles.… (2022-1715). Learn More »

US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE EXCAVATED AT CEDAR MOUNTAIN BY SYD KERKSIS IN 1956

US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE EXCAVATED AT CEDAR MOUNTAIN BY SYD KERKSIS IN 1956

This plate was recovered on the battlefield of Cedar Mountain by Syd Kerksis, one of the legendary early relic hunters and collectors, author of books on military belt plates and Civil War… (2022-1714). Learn More »

US PATTERN 1839 OVAL BELT PLATE EXCAVATED AT 2ND MANASSAS BY SYD KERKSIS IN 1954

US PATTERN 1839 OVAL BELT PLATE EXCAVATED AT 2ND MANASSAS BY SYD KERKSIS IN 1954

This plate was recovered on the battlefield of 2nd Manassas by Syd Kerksis, one of the legendary early relic hunters and collectors, author of books on military belt plates and Civil War projectiles.… (2022-1716). Learn More »

RICE BAG INSERT FOR STATE OF MASSACHSETTS ISSUED LINEN HAVERSACK

RICE BAG INSERT FOR STATE OF MASSACHSETTS ISSUED LINEN HAVERSACK

This is the interior bag that is meant for use inside the linen haversack issued by the State of Massachusetts early in the war. The bag meas. approx. 9.75 inches wide x 9.00 inches high. It has two… (1179-169). Learn More »

UNUSED PAIR OF CIVIL WAR 1ST LIEUTENANT OF INFANTRY SHOULDER STRAPS

UNUSED PAIR OF CIVIL WAR 1ST LIEUTENANT OF INFANTRY SHOULDER STRAPS

Straps are sewn to a dark blue uncut wool broadcloth backing. The double border is done with bright and dull bullion thread alternating every three threads. The 1st lieutenant bars within the sky blue… (766-1828). Learn More »

$450.00
ON HOLD

IDENTIFICATION DISK OF PRIVATE GEORGE L. BROWN OF THE 12TH NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEERS, MORTALLY WOUNDED AT CHANCELLORSVILLE

IDENTIFICATION DISK OF PRIVATE GEORGE L. BROWN OF THE 12TH NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEERS, MORTALLY WOUNDED AT CHANCELLORSVILLE

These ID disks were offered by sutlers for private purchase to soldiers while in camp and typically were made of brass, tin, or pewter. Other ID badges are prevalent as well, some in the shape of a… (490-3754). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED REGULATION ISSUE CIVIL WAR CAVALRY SABER BELT RIG

IDENTIFIED REGULATION ISSUE CIVIL WAR CAVALRY SABER BELT RIG

This is an issued and identified, but still minty, Union cavalry saber belt with matching bench number “93” on the reverse of the rectangular eagle saber belt plate and on the hasp, indicating… (2022-1024). Learn More »

CLASSIC CONFEDERATE FORKED-TONGUE, “WISH-BONE,” BELT BUCKLE FROM ORANGE VIRGINIA

CLASSIC CONFEDERATE FORKED-TONGUE, “WISH-BONE,” BELT BUCKLE FROM ORANGE VIRGINIA

This is one of two Confederate forked-tongue, “wish-bone” belt buckles that we recently took in, both found in Orange, Virginia. This is in excellent excavated condition with a nice light… (1184-123). Learn More »

CLASSIC CONFEDERATE FORKED-TONGUE, “WISH-BONE,” BELT BUCKLE

CLASSIC CONFEDERATE FORKED-TONGUE, “WISH-BONE,” BELT BUCKLE

This is an excellent excavated example of a classic and distinctive Confederate buckle. Widely produced during the war in several sizes and with minor variations in construction, it is frequently seen… (1184-122). Learn More »

POST CIVIL WAR VIRGINIA TWO-PIECE SWORD BELT BUCKLE

POST CIVIL WAR VIRGINIA TWO-PIECE SWORD BELT BUCKLE

This sword belt plate is very similar to some wartime and prewar Virginia plates, but we feel it probably postdates the war, though excavated in Orange, Virginia. The central disk with narrow edge… (1184-117). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE TWO-PIECE “CS” SWORD BELT PLATE RECOVERED IN ORANGE, VIRGINIA

CONFEDERATE TWO-PIECE “CS” SWORD BELT PLATE RECOVERED IN ORANGE, VIRGINIA

This original Civil War Confederate two-piece interlocking sword belt buckle is in very good excavated condition and was recovered in Orange, Virginia. The buckle is complete and all original with no… (1184-113). Learn More »


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RARE EBERLE 1796 CONTRACT MARKED BAYONET

This rare bayonet is marked by the maker in a sunken cartouche with raised letters on the base of the blade reading “Eberle.” Charles Louis Eberle emigrated to the U.S. from Germany with brothers George A. and Henry J. in 1794, arriving in… (1052-86). Learn More »

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