Military Accoutrements

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REGULATION SIZED RIFLEMAN’S INSIGNIA

REGULATION SIZED RIFLEMAN’S INSIGNIA

This insignia was issued for use on the 1858 dress hat of enlisted men. It differs from the earlier examples in several ways. This trumpet is larger, has a double instead of a single twist, a tightly… (410-129). Learn More »

U.S. NAVAL BUFF LEATHER SWORD FROG

U.S. NAVAL BUFF LEATHER SWORD FROG

Wide belt loop at top with 1 ¾” opening in lower section. Leather is in very good to excellent condition with all stitching tight. Reverse of belt loop is stamped with, “134”. Measures 3… (853-197). Learn More »

$250.00
Originally $300.00

NAVY YARD MARKED FUSE BOX

NAVY YARD MARKED FUSE BOX

This Navy fuse box is in good condition. The outer flap is smooth and mostly clean with only light surface wear. The latch tab is sewn to the underside of the flap and is in excellent condition. Upon… (853-164). Learn More »

$395.00
Originally $450.00

TIN MILITIA CANTEEN

TIN MILITIA CANTEEN

Tin drum style canteen has spout and two out of three sling keepers present. The body is solid with usual dings, dents, and scratches from age and use. Canteen has some small areas of surface… (773-06). Learn More »

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 »

SILVER CONFEDERATE ID BADGE RECOVERED NEAR FALLING WATERS - GETTYSBURG POW

SILVER CONFEDERATE ID BADGE RECOVERED NEAR FALLING WATERS - GETTYSBURG POW

This silver badge is crescent shaped and meas. approx. 1.00 inch long. It is engraved around the edges with a linear decoration and engraved on its face is “SKIDS.” Reverse has the remains of a… (M25595). Learn More »

MODEL 1859 ARTILLERY BIT

MODEL 1859 ARTILLERY BIT

Overall the bit is clean with only some light scattered surface rust. The surface of the bit looks as though it may have been plated at one time but most of that has worn off. Both of the brass… (M25496). Learn More »

1858 STAMPED BRASS INFANTRY HUNTING HORN

1858 STAMPED BRASS INFANTRY HUNTING HORN

Stamped brass infantry horn insignia. Brass retains much of the original gilt. Reverse of each features two soldered attachment loops, with two of the insignia missing one loop. Measures 3 ¼”… (344-2992). Learn More »

US MODEL 1874 SHOEMAKER BIT

US MODEL 1874 SHOEMAKER BIT

Original US cavalry curb bit of the pattern of 1874 that was designed by Army Captain William Shoemaker.  The Captain’s stated purpose was to develop a horse bit for cavalry mounts that was… (M25489). 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 »

US MODEL 1874 SHOEMAKER BIT

US MODEL 1874 SHOEMAKER BIT

Original US cavalry curb bit of the pattern of 1874 that was designed by Army Captain William Shoemaker.  The Captain’s stated purpose was to develop a horse bit for cavalry mounts that was… (M25492). Learn More »

US MODEL 1874 SHOEMAKER BIT

US MODEL 1874 SHOEMAKER BIT

Original US cavalry curb bit of the pattern of 1874 that was designed by Army Captain William Shoemaker.  The Captain’s stated purpose was to develop a horse bit for cavalry mounts that was… (M25490). 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 »

ARSENAL MARKED MODEL 1876 CARTRIDGE BELT WITH 1879 TRIAL MODIFICATIONS

ARSENAL MARKED MODEL 1876 CARTRIDGE BELT WITH 1879 TRIAL MODIFICATIONS

This belt is made of a doubled over piece of khaki canvas that meas. approx. 2.50 inches wide. Attached to the body of the belt are fifty-four 2.00 inch high canvas loops for holding .45 Carbine and… (172-4297). Learn More »

VIRGINIA BELT BUCKLE

VIRGINIA BELT BUCKLE

Face of brass plate has the state seal of Virginia in great detail with a nice rich green patina. High areas still retain original gilt. Slight verdigris is present on some areas. Plate measures 2”… (215-16). Learn More »

$3,700.00
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MILITARY GOODS TIN BOX

MILITARY GOODS TIN BOX

Top of lid is stamped with, “SHANNON, MILLER & GRANT, MILITARY GOODS, MAIDEN BAND, NEW YORK”. Some light scratches and surface rust are present. Box is slightly warped so that lid does not… (344-2689). Learn More »

TIN DRUM CANTEEN

TIN DRUM CANTEEN

This is a Civil War-era tin drum canteen in very good condition. Tin spout and all three strap brackets are present. Measures 6” in diameter x 1 3/4” wide. The body is solid with usual dings,… (172-3518). Learn More »

ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY WITH ORIGINAL US INFANTRY HORN INSIGNIA AND FRAGMENT OF CIVIL WAR PERIOD FLAG

ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY WITH ORIGINAL US INFANTRY HORN INSIGNIA AND FRAGMENT OF CIVIL WAR PERIOD FLAG

Double matted in cream and red and measures 11” x14”, unframed. Original brass infantry insignia at center, on top of a 3 ½” x 2 ½” fragment of a 34 star flag. The basic fighting unit for… (M25234). Learn More »

SOCIETY OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC BROOCH

SOCIETY OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC BROOCH

This veteran’s brooch is made of brass, with red, white and blue enamel accents to highlight the various corps badge symbols. The 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 6th and 9th Corps are represented. The center… (179-717). Learn More »

1896 CAP INSIGNIA FOR COMPANY L, 8TH US INFANTRY

1896 CAP INSIGNIA FOR COMPANY L, 8TH US INFANTRY

Stamped gilt brass crossed rifles insignia with the number “8” affixed at top and the letter “L” at bottom. Reverse has screw pin and fastener. Item is unissued and comes from an original… (344-2473). Learn More »

$15.00 Each
Originally $28.00


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MODEL 1840 CAVARY OFFICER’S SWORD WITH PRESENTATION TO A CAPTAIN OF THE 5TH NEW YORK CAVALRY

This sword was presented to Captain Abram H. Krom by the men of Company G, 5th New York Cavalry on or about May 19, 1863. The blade is bright with light scattered surface pitting. The heaviest concentration is on one side approx. 4.50 inches from the… (1186-03). Learn More »

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