Military Accoutrements

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1826 PATTERN SHOULDER BELT PLATE CA. 1862-1865

1826 PATTERN SHOULDER BELT PLATE CA. 1862-1865

Developed from the 1826 plate for the bayonet belt, the round eagle breast plate is better known from its use as a fixed plate on the Civil War infantry cartridge box sling. For infantry… (1126-12). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE GUTTER-BACK ENLISTED FRAME BUCKLE

CONFEDERATE GUTTER-BACK ENLISTED FRAME BUCKLE

This is a classic Confederate enlisted man’s belt buckle. The fixed-tongue frame buckle was simple to make, widely produced, and saw service in every theatre of the war. In this case the outer frame… (1126-22). Learn More »

$550.00
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MODEL 1842 BAYONET SCABBARD

MODEL 1842 BAYONET SCABBARD

Leather scabbard is in good condition. The black leather body shows only light wear and with light crazing overall. Slightly flexible in the middle but not breaks. Stitching is complete with no… (172-5617). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ERA MILITIA BAYONET SCABBARD, WITH TWO EAGLE BUTTONS

CIVIL WAR ERA MILITIA BAYONET SCABBARD, WITH TWO EAGLE BUTTONS

Leather scabbard is in good condition. The black leather body shows only light wear and with light crazing overall. Slightly flexible but no breaks. Stitching is complete with no splits. Brass tip is… (172-5611). Learn More »

1858 PATTERN COMPANY LEVEL MARKSMAN AWARD STADIA BY SIMMONS AND  FRANKFORD ARSENAL

1858 PATTERN COMPANY LEVEL MARKSMAN AWARD STADIA BY SIMMONS AND FRANKFORD ARSENAL

This is a very scarce example of the U.S. Army company marksmanship award of 1858 made by Simons of Philadelphia and issued through the US Army Ordnance Department. With the adoption of the 1855… (490-2574). Learn More »

FALSE-EMBROIDERED ARTILLERY OFFICER’S INSIGNIA

FALSE-EMBROIDERED ARTILLERY OFFICER’S INSIGNIA

Measuring 1½ inches wide and 1 inch tall, this is a very nice example of the commercial die-struck gilt brass insignia available for private purchase (by officers or enlisted men with style) that… (490-2557). Learn More »

NICELY FINISHED TONGUE PORTION OF A TWO-PIECE CS BELT PLATE

NICELY FINISHED TONGUE PORTION OF A TWO-PIECE CS BELT PLATE

The interlocking two-piece CS is usually from a sword belt. Distinguishing between officers’ and enlistedmen’s versions can be tricky. This one is very plain, but is well finished, with a nicely… (1126-02A). Learn More »

POSTWAR NORTH CAROLINA BELT PLATE

POSTWAR NORTH CAROLINA BELT PLATE

This is a variation of the 1872 Hagner plate developed for the U.S. army, which retained the slotted bar belt loop on the side and flat hook on the back of the 1851 sword belt plate, but used a raised… (1126-06). Learn More »

NICE MODEL 1855 BAYONET SCABBARD

NICE MODEL 1855 BAYONET SCABBARD

Leather scabbard is stiff but in very good condition. The black leather body shows only light wear and no weak spots. Nice finish and stitching is unbroken. Brass tip has a slight wobble and one of… (172-5616). Learn More »

MODEL 1855 BAYONET SCABBARD

MODEL 1855 BAYONET SCABBARD

Leather scabbard in overall good condition. The black leather body shows only light wear and one weak spot. Nice finish and stitching is unbroken. Brass tip is tightly attached with all brass tacks in… (172-5610). Learn More »

PHOTO ARCHIVE AND INSIGNIA GROUPING WITH CORPS BADGE IDENTIFIED TO 54TH NEW YORK SERGEANT DANIEL MULLER

PHOTO ARCHIVE AND INSIGNIA GROUPING WITH CORPS BADGE IDENTIFIED TO 54TH NEW YORK SERGEANT DANIEL MULLER

The items in this lot are identified to Daniel Muller (carried on the rolls as MOLLER) of the 54th New York Infantry. Daniel Muller was born in Hanover, Germany and later came to the United States. At… (2021-270). Learn More »

MODEL 1855 BAYONET SCABBARD

MODEL 1855 BAYONET SCABBARD

Leather scabbard in overall good condition. The black leather body shows very little wear and no weak spots. Very nice finish and stitching is unbroken. Brass tip is tightly attached although three of… (172-5615). Learn More »

GERMAN WORLD WAR TWO MAGAZINE POUCH WITH NAVY MARKINGS

GERMAN WORLD WAR TWO MAGAZINE POUCH WITH NAVY MARKINGS

Item is the standard issue German K-98 three-pocket leather pouch with pebbled finish. All fasteners and straps are present and all the seams on the pouch are tight. Leather is in good useable… (172-5625). Learn More »

PAIR OF CIVIL WAR ENLISTED SHOULDER SCALES

PAIR OF CIVIL WAR ENLISTED SHOULDER SCALES

Introduced in 1851 for mounted troops, brass shoulder scales were decorative, but were also meant to be a shoulder defense against saber cuts. In 1854/55 they became regulation for all branches of… (1117-228). Learn More »

US ENLISTED MAN’S WAISTBELT, PLATE AND CAP BOX

US ENLISTED MAN’S WAISTBELT, PLATE AND CAP BOX

Leather waistbelt is in fair condition. It is beginning to dry out so it shows moderate surface crackling throughout. Belt is full length up to the plate where it has broken. Over the years the weight… (2020-773). Learn More »

$295.00
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PAIR OF CIVIL WAR SERGEANT’S SHOULDER SCALES

PAIR OF CIVIL WAR SERGEANT’S SHOULDER SCALES

Introduced in 1851 for mounted troops, brass shoulder scales were decorative, but were also meant to be a shoulder defense against saber cuts. In 1854/55 they became regulation for all branches of… (1117-229). Learn More »

M1851 US BELT RIG WITH PLATE AND STRAPS

M1851 US BELT RIG WITH PLATE AND STRAPS

Fantastic condition buff leather sword belt. The exterior leather surfaces are very clean and in excellent condition. The leather is strong and supple with no weak spots. Both the sword hangers are… (172-5550). Learn More »

ENLISTEDMAN’S EAGLE BELT BUCKLE WITH BELT

ENLISTEDMAN’S EAGLE BELT BUCKLE WITH BELT

The belt plate and buckle pictured here is from mid Civil War, 1862-1864.  The eagle plate is an 1851 pattern prevalent in late war enlistees.  The design was introduced in 1851 with… (172-3107). Learn More »

MINT EMBROIDERED CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S HAT INSIGNIA

MINT EMBROIDERED CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S HAT INSIGNIA

This is a finely made example with gold bullion embroidery including both sequins and twisted strands, in excellent condition with wonderful bright color to the gilt. Measuring 3 3/8 inches by 2 ½… (286-1033). Learn More »

U.S. 1834 OFFICER’S SWORD OF MAJOR R.M. KIRBY U.S. ARMY WITH 6th PLATE AMBROTYPE BY REES OF SON JOSEPH L.S. KIRBY AS C.S. ARMY 2nd LIEUTENANT WITH THIS VERY SWORD, PART OF AN EXTENSIVE FAMILY ARCHIVE

U.S. 1834 OFFICER’S SWORD OF MAJOR R.M. KIRBY U.S. ARMY WITH 6th PLATE AMBROTYPE BY REES OF SON JOSEPH L.S. KIRBY AS C.S. ARMY 2nd LIEUTENANT WITH THIS VERY SWORD, PART OF AN EXTENSIVE FAMILY ARCHIVE

This substantial archive descended in the family of Joseph Lee Smith Kirby (4 Nov. 1841- 28 July 1933,) who left West Point to join the Confederate Army in 1861 and was among the last to surrender in… (870-310). Learn More »


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INSCRIBED OFFICER’S SWORD WITH BATTLE HONORS OF LIEUTENANT AND CAPTAIN GEORGE W. ADAMS 1st RI LIGHT ARTILLERY BREVETED THREE TIMES

This is not, “just like the one in the book.” It is the one in the book: illustrated on page 411 of Thillman’s classic “Civil War Army Swords.” These non-regulation swords with steel hilts and scabbards were strong, less subject to damage,… (870-426). Learn More »

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