Military Accoutrements

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EARLY 20TH CENTURY FLUGELHORN

EARLY 20TH CENTURY FLUGELHORN

Dates to pre-World War I era. Brass horn has original mouthpiece and fully functions. Has a darkened patina is in very good condition with very few dings. No… (M24725). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR 6TH CORPS BADGE

CIVIL WAR 6TH CORPS BADGE

Small, silver insignia in the shape of a cross, which was the badge of the IV Army Corps, of the Army of the Potomac. Silver is a little tarnished around the edges. Two soldered reverse pins, both… (408-301). Learn More »

NON-DUG SMALL PATTERN 1839 OVAL US PLATE

NON-DUG SMALL PATTERN 1839 OVAL US PLATE

The face is in nice condition with small amounts of built up dirt from age and storage, one or two age spots and a nice light even patina. The reverse has 100% of the lead fill with a single brass… (172-3900). Learn More »

C1900 BRITISH SPURS

C1900 BRITISH SPURS

Leather strips on either side of one. Light rust over most of the surface of both. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED… (408-146). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE GEORGIA PATTERN FRAME BUCKLE FROM THE COLLECTION OF THE LATE MAC MASON

CONFEDERATE GEORGIA PATTERN FRAME BUCKLE FROM THE COLLECTION OF THE LATE MAC MASON

Recovered Sept. 20, 1963 at Frayser’s Farm (Glendale), VA, part of Lee’s Seven Days Battles. Reverse with distinctive Mason lettering. Buckle has some slight bending. Very light coat of varnish. … (172-3738). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR MEDICAL CORPS INSIGNIA

CIVIL WAR MEDICAL CORPS INSIGNIA

Two patches, made of green silk, emblazoned with bullion caduceus & oval jaceron trim. Both are of identical interior size, 3. 125 x 2.125”. One is laid on a slightly larger rectangular patch… (408-260). Learn More »

LARGE NAVY ROLLER BUCKLE

LARGE NAVY ROLLER BUCKLE

This large iron roller buckle meas. approx. 3.25 x by 1.75 inches and has a japanned surface. The tongue is substantial as is the roller. Tongue moves freely and roller spins. Approx. 80% of the… (408-84). Learn More »

TIN DRUM CANTEEN WITH COVER AND REPLACEMENT SLING

TIN DRUM CANTEEN WITH COVER AND REPLACEMENT SLING

This tin drum canteen is complete with all three sling keepers and spout. Each side has a slightly raised center and a protruding rim. There is a slight dent in one side. The cloth cover is a heavy… (172-3378). Learn More »

U.S. NAVY FUSE BOX (BOSTON NAVY YARD)

U.S. NAVY FUSE BOX (BOSTON NAVY YARD)

Dyed leather box measuring 4.25 x 3 x 2". Internal stamp on front side (beneath outer flap): "U.S. N.[avy] Y. [ard]/ BOSTON". Front outer flap cracking with flaking spot at bottom edge & on upper… (406-70C). Learn More »

$250.00
Originally $395.00

ORIGINAL, SILVER 5th CORPS BADGE FROM THE 91ST PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

ORIGINAL, SILVER 5th CORPS BADGE FROM THE 91ST PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

This silver, Maltese Cross 5th Army Corps disc is from an unidentified member of the 91st Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. Organized in September 1861, the 91st Pennsylvania Infantry was an… (465-186). Learn More »

$1,250.00
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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 »

PAINTED DOUBLE SPOUT CONFEDERATE TIN DRUM CANTEEN

PAINTED DOUBLE SPOUT CONFEDERATE TIN DRUM CANTEEN

This canteen is a little larger than the average tin drum canteen. This one meas. approx. 8.00 inches across and is approx. 2.08 inches wide. One side of the canteen is completely flat while the other… (217-221). Learn More »

LEATHER CANTEL PATENT CANTEEN ID’D TO 12TH NEW HAMPSHIRE SOLDIER

LEATHER CANTEL PATENT CANTEEN ID’D TO 12TH NEW HAMPSHIRE SOLDIER

This black leather canteen was the design of Lazare Cantel who was given a patent for it on October 14, 1862. The body consists of two pieces of heavy molded leather held together with copper rivets… (217-202). Learn More »

DOUBLE SPOUT CANTEEN & RATION CAN ISSUED TO 1ST CONNECTICUT INFANTRY

DOUBLE SPOUT CANTEEN & RATION CAN ISSUED TO 1ST CONNECTICUT INFANTRY

This type of non-regulation canteen/ration can is known to have been issued to members of the 1st Connecticut Infantry which served for three months and took part in the 1st Battle of Bull Run. The… (217-210). Learn More »

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 »

RELIC 5TH CORPS BADGE

RELIC 5TH CORPS BADGE

Made of iron, with original stick pin saudered on reverse. Measures 1and 5/16” per side. Exhibits dark patina with pitting & scuffing on obverse. Else vg, & solid. Location of recovery… (713-15). Learn More »

PAIR OF NICKELED SPURS

PAIR OF NICKELED SPURS

Two nickeled spurs complete with functional double rowels. Marked "SOLID NICKEL". ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED… (344-979). 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 »

CIVIL WAR BRIGADIER GENERAL CASED EPAULETTES

CIVIL WAR BRIGADIER GENERAL CASED EPAULETTES

Pair of bullion epaulettes with japanned tin carrying case. Epaulette upper-surfaces feature a bullion brigadier’s star & eagle button. Gilt ribbed strap with brass outer shell, with hanging… (344-776). Learn More »

FOOT ARTILLERY BELT WITH NOTE

FOOT ARTILLERY BELT WITH NOTE

Brown buff leather belt in good condition. Leather is a little dry causing the inside seam in one small section to split but the rest is solid. Belt plate and keeper have matching benchmark numbers of… (344-915). Learn More »


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THE ONLY KNOWN WIDMANN 1840 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER: DATED 1844

This is a unique opportunity to acquire a one-of-a-kind U.S. cavalry officer’s saber. Frederick W. Widmann emigrated to the U.S. in 1816 and set up business in Philadelphia as a die-sinker and sword-mounter using imported sword blades by 1825.… (870-279). Learn More »

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