Military Accoutrements

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OVAL US DRAGOON STYLE BELT PLATE

OVAL US DRAGOON STYLE BELT PLATE

Introduced in 1839, these plates are stamped rolled brass with a lead-solder filled back securing the belt hooks and were initially issued to both foot troops and dragoons with differences over the… (1156-09). Learn More »

WHITE BUFF MODEL 1832 HEAVY ARTILLERY SWORD BELT WITH PLATE

WHITE BUFF MODEL 1832 HEAVY ARTILLERY SWORD BELT WITH PLATE

White buff leather is in excellent condition. The belt is constructed in three sections which are connected by two square brass rings. Hanging from the rings is a white buff frog for a Model 1832… (766-1604). Learn More »

$1,500.00
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ARSENAL MARKED CIVIL WAR RIFLE SLING FOR THE PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD OR THE MODEL 1842 MUSKET

ARSENAL MARKED CIVIL WAR RIFLE SLING FOR THE PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD OR THE MODEL 1842 MUSKET

Brown leather sling made for use on the Pattern 1853 Enfield or M1842 musket. Leather shows some very light signs of age and use but is still soft and pliable. One end has a sewn leather belt loop… (1142-88). Learn More »

ARROWBACK OVAL US PLATE WITH RACK NUMBER

ARROWBACK OVAL US PLATE WITH RACK NUMBER

This is the standard Civil War belt plate for infantrymen. Introduced in 1839, these plates are stamped rolled brass with a lead-solder filled back securing the belt hooks. Initially issued to both… (1156-12). Learn More »

$250.00
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SCARCE EXCAVATED “BURNSIDE PATTERN” SHOULDER BELT PLATE

SCARCE EXCAVATED “BURNSIDE PATTERN” SHOULDER BELT PLATE

This is the slightly small version of the standard eagle breast plate used on cartridge box slings. These have been nicknamed the Burnside pattern from their recovery on 9th Corps sites. O’Donnell… (1156-16). Learn More »

US CIVIL WAR HIGH GRADE GENERAL OFFICER’S SWORD BELT

US CIVIL WAR HIGH GRADE GENERAL OFFICER’S SWORD BELT

Leather belt is in excellent condition. The belt meas. approx. 1.75 inches wide and is complete with both drops and all its hardware. Both the body of the belt and the drops are decorated with three… (766-1643). Learn More »

EARLY AMERICAN CARTRIDGE BOX WITH BELT, BUCKLE, BAYONET AND SCABBARD

EARLY AMERICAN CARTRIDGE BOX WITH BELT, BUCKLE, BAYONET AND SCABBARD

This is a very nice early, American-made, set of infantry or militia accoutrements. Set consists of a cartridge box on a waist belt with a sheet brass buckle and a bayonet with scabbard and belt frog… (401-45). Learn More »

GREAT FIELD USED, SOLDIER STENCILLED AND MODIFIED NY DEPOT CANTEEN

GREAT FIELD USED, SOLDIER STENCILLED AND MODIFIED NY DEPOT CANTEEN

This pattern of the 1858 canteen will be familiar to collectors from its smooth sides, brown wool cover, and chain holding the stopper as one coming out of the New York Depot. We find this even more… (480-204). Learn More »

$695.00
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LANCASTER COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA SCREW-TIP POWDER HORN

LANCASTER COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA SCREW-TIP POWDER HORN

Dating to the early or mid-nineteenth century, this horn has the typical flat-topped base plug with coiled rope molding associated with Lancaster and rather simple screw tip spout. The base and spout… (480-218). Learn More »

$750.00
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NON-DUG PATTERN 1826 EAGLE CARTRIDGE BOX BREAST PLATE

NON-DUG PATTERN 1826 EAGLE CARTRIDGE BOX BREAST PLATE

Plate has a pleasing light mellow patina. The face has good detail and no dings, dents or scratches and is very clean. The reverse has 100% of the lead fill and both eyelets. [ad]… (1146-121). Learn More »

MODEL 1858 BULLSEYE CANTEEN WITH CORK, COVER, AND PARTIAL SLING

MODEL 1858 BULLSEYE CANTEEN WITH CORK, COVER, AND PARTIAL SLING

Original Civil War Model 1858 corrugated-pattern tin canteen, often called the “bullseye” pattern. The body consists of two circular sections of pressed-tin soldered together at the rim. The… (362-939). Learn More »

TWO-PIECE INTERLOCKING STAR BELT PLATE, TEXAS AND MISSISSIPPI STYLE

TWO-PIECE INTERLOCKING STAR BELT PLATE, TEXAS AND MISSISSIPPI STYLE

This is a very nice post-war example of a popular belt plate that caught on in the U.S. military with the oval 1819 patterns and morphed into the round form by the 1830s. It was used widely into the… (1151-04). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE WOOD BULLSEYE CANTEEN!

CONFEDERATE WOOD BULLSEYE CANTEEN!

While more likely a decorative touch, you can’t help feeling the maker of this Confederate wood canteen was having a laugh at the corrugated U.S. tinned iron canteens. It is made like the standard… (2021-820). Learn More »

MAKER MARKED JULY 1864 PATTERN CARTRIDGE BOX WITH VERBAL ID TO 43RD NEW YORK SOLDIER

MAKER MARKED JULY 1864 PATTERN CARTRIDGE BOX WITH VERBAL ID TO 43RD NEW YORK SOLDIER

This box is for the .58 elongated ball cartridge and of the two types of boxes produced in 1864 this is the Type II having both the outer and inner flap. The leather on the box is in very nice… (410-617). Learn More »

FIRST CONNECTICUT VOLUNTEERS NEW YORK DEPOT CANTEEN

FIRST CONNECTICUT VOLUNTEERS NEW YORK DEPOT CANTEEN

This gray wool covered U.S. M1858 canteen is in excellent condition and has a nice stencil for the 1ST. CONN. / VOLS.” The pattern is the New York Depot style using a chain to retain the stopper,… (410-669). Learn More »

$1,250.00
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MAINE VOLUNTEER MILITIA CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM CASTLEMAN’S FERRY

MAINE VOLUNTEER MILITIA CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM CASTLEMAN’S FERRY

This is a nice chocolate brown color excavated VMM box plate found at Castleman’s Ferry, Virginia. This is on the Shenandoah River and was the scene of the Battle of Cool Spring in 1864, but was the… (766-1541). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR MASSACHUSETTS OFFICER’S BELT AND BELT PLATE

CIVIL WAR MASSACHUSETTS OFFICER’S BELT AND BELT PLATE

This is an excellent example of O’Donnell and Campbell Plate #700 in American Military Belt Plates. It is complete with its keeper and is on its original belt. The detail of the plate good enough… (490-2626). Learn More »

BOYD AND SONS CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE

BOYD AND SONS CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE

Introduced in 1839 to be ornamental and functional, the cartridge box plate was made of stamped, rolled brass with a lead solder filled back and served to keep the box flap down even if the soldier… (766-1569). Learn More »

NEW YORK DEPOT CANTEEN MARKED FOR THE 22nd INDIANA

NEW YORK DEPOT CANTEEN MARKED FOR THE 22nd INDIANA

This is a standard M1858 smooth-sided canteen that was supplied to the New York Depot, which have the unique characteristic of using a short chain to retain the stopper rather than a string. This has… (172-5761). Learn More »

WHITE BUFF RIFLE SLING MADE BY S.H. YOUNG AND INSPECTED BY WHITE

WHITE BUFF RIFLE SLING MADE BY S.H. YOUNG AND INSPECTED BY WHITE

This follows the regulation pattern of the standard Civil War rifle sling, but is made of white buff leather instead of russet. These were adopted in 1850 and measure 46 inches long. They are mounted… (302-109). Learn More »


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EARLY WAR U.S. CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER, 1840 STYLE, BY SMITH, CRANE AND COMPANY, NEW YORK, 1858 TO 1862

Smith, Crane and Company pieces are scarce. They were only in business from 1858 through 1862, retailing military goods in New York City. Their swords were imported, of German make and likely by Schnitzler and Kirschbaum, though not maker marked.… (870-263). Learn More »

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