Military Accoutrements

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RELIC U.S. ENLISTEDMAN’S CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE MARKED “E. GAYLORD” FROM KENTUCKY, RECOVERED BY SYD KIRKSIS

RELIC U.S. ENLISTEDMAN’S CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE MARKED “E. GAYLORD” FROM KENTUCKY, RECOVERED BY SYD KIRKSIS

This excavated Pattern 1839 US cartridge box plate has a smooth brown patina on the face. The oval brass face features a raised “US”.  The plate’s reverse has 99% of the lead fill. The two iron… (490-6831). Learn More »

RELIC U.S. ENLISTEDMAN’S EAGLE BREAST PLATE FROM RESACA, MAKER MARKED, RECOVERED BY SID KIRKSIS

RELIC U.S. ENLISTEDMAN’S EAGLE BREAST PLATE FROM RESACA, MAKER MARKED, RECOVERED BY SID KIRKSIS

This excavated Pattern 1839 US cartridge box shoulder sling plate (Eagle breast plate) has a smooth brown patina. The brass face features an eagle clutching arrows and an olive branch.  There is one… (490-6830). Learn More »

US MODEL 1892 FIELD BUGLE - HEADQUARTERS A.E.F. 1917-18

US MODEL 1892 FIELD BUGLE - HEADQUARTERS A.E.F. 1917-18

Bell markings: “U.S. / J.T.L. /Jerome / Thibouville—Lamy & Co./ Manufacturers / 68 r. Beauville/ Paris / HQ. Of brass. Standard 1892 double loop, measuring 17” in length w/ mouthpiece.  … (380-80). Learn More »

AMES MODEL 1832 SHORT SWORD WITH SCABBARD AND BELT

AMES MODEL 1832 SHORT SWORD WITH SCABBARD AND BELT

This Federal edged weapon is an Ames Model 1832 U.S. Foot Artilleryman’s short sword in excellent original condition.  Handsome and ruggedly made, this blade specimen is a product of the Ames… (490-6822). Learn More »

POSTWAR TWO-PIECE INTERLOCKING STAR SWORD BELT PLATE

POSTWAR TWO-PIECE INTERLOCKING STAR SWORD BELT PLATE

Formerly in the Texas Civil War Museum, this is a very good example of a postwar militia belt plate using the star motif. This was suitable for use by a militia unit of any state who might select… (1179-1594). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S GILT BRASS EAGLEHEAD SPURS IN ORIGINAL COLOR

CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S GILT BRASS EAGLEHEAD SPURS IN ORIGINAL COLOR

This is a very good condition set of nicely detailed eaglehead spurs with 80 or 90 percent of their gilt finish on the exterior, cast and chased with the outstretched wings making up the entirety of… (490-6821). Learn More »

NON-DUG CONFEDERATE SPUR - TEXAS CONNECTION

NON-DUG CONFEDERATE SPUR - TEXAS CONNECTION

This non-excavated Confederate spur with a Texas provenance was displayed at the Texas Civil War Museum next to an identical one dug at a campsite in Missouri. This is in excellent condition, with no… (1179-1506). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE SPUR EXCAVATED IN MISSOURI- TEXAS CONNECTION

CONFEDERATE SPUR EXCAVATED IN MISSOURI- TEXAS CONNECTION

This Confederate spur was dug from a campsite in Missouri and was displayed in the Texas Civil War Museum with a non-dug example having a Texas association, the two thus providing a good southern… (1179-1505). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE “BABY” WISHBONE FRAME BUCKLE FROM NASHVILLE

CONFEDERATE “BABY” WISHBONE FRAME BUCKLE FROM NASHVILLE

One of the more distinctive Confederate belt buckles is the forked-tongue or wishbone frame style from the shape of the movable tongue mounted on the center bar. The buckle is practical, light-weight,… (490-5846). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE ENLISTED MAN’S FRAME BUCKLE FROM COLD HARBOR

CONFEDERATE ENLISTED MAN’S FRAME BUCKLE FROM COLD HARBOR

These classic Confederate, brass, fixed-tongue frame buckles come in a variety of sizes and slight variations making them a distinct category for collectors of Confederate field gear and belt plates.… (490-5787). Learn More »

$650.00
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RARE USN GOSPORT NAVY YARD PRIMING FLASKN

RARE USN GOSPORT NAVY YARD PRIMING FLASK

Gosport Shipyard was the original name of the facility in Portsmouth, Virginia, that was founded in 1767, passed into the hands of Virginia in the Revolution, was leased from that state by the U.S.… (490-6824). Learn More »

TIN DRUM CANTEEN

TIN DRUM CANTEEN

Civil War era tin drum canteen is in very good condition. The body is solid with just some slight dings and dents. Spout and all three sling keepers are present. Canteen has some slight surface… (172-4012). Learn More »

$550.00
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OVAL US BELT PLATE RECOVERED BY SYD KERKSIS 1961 AT HARPERS FERRY

OVAL US BELT PLATE RECOVERED BY SYD KERKSIS 1961 AT HARPERS FERRY

This regulation plate comes with Syd Kerksis’ original collection envelope with notations at top indicating he found it at Harpers Ferry in November 1961. Kerkis was one of the legendary early relic… (2024-291). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR NEW YORK DEPOT CANTEEN

CIVIL WAR NEW YORK DEPOT CANTEEN

This regulation Civil War canteen has a full, original, “shoddy” gray cover showing a typical mix of different color specks from the use of various scrap fabrics in making the cloth. The seams are… (2024-321). Learn More »

M1851 US BELT RIG WITH PLATE AND ALL STRAPS

M1851 US BELT RIG WITH PLATE AND ALL STRAPS

This is a very nice condition buff leather sword belt. The exterior leather surfaces are clean and in excellent condition. The leather is strong and supple with no weak spots. Both the sword hangers… (286-1331). Learn More »

REFERENCE BOOK ON US MILITARY BELTS

REFERENCE BOOK ON US MILITARY BELTS

Softcover volume titled “AMERICAN MILITARY BELTS AND RELATED EQUIPMENT” by R. Stephen Dorsey, Volume meas. approx. 8.50 x 11.00 inches and runs 129 pages and was published by Pioneer Press of… (1235-518). Learn More »

$25.00
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HAGNER PATTERN 1872 PATTERN NEW JERSEY WAIST BELT PLATE

HAGNER PATTERN 1872 PATTERN NEW JERSEY WAIST BELT PLATE

Rectangular plate is made of cast brass with the letters “NJ” within an oval on a stippled field at center. Reverse has the tongue with an integral keeper on one end.  [jet] [ph:L] … (1235-441). Learn More »

$125.00
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SINGLE SHOULDER STRAP FOR A CAPTAIN OF STAFF

SINGLE SHOULDER STRAP FOR A CAPTAIN OF STAFF

Strap is made of dark blue cloth with a double row of dead bullion for a border. The rank field is of black velvet while the rank of captain is made of bars of heavy gold bullion thread. The underside… (460-1468). Learn More »

NON-DUG HARDEE HAT EAGLE INSIGNIA

NON-DUG HARDEE HAT EAGLE INSIGNIA

Regulation 1858 eagle used on enlisted man's dress (Hardee) hat to loop the side of the dress hat up. It was originally introduced in 1851 as a pompon eagle, attached to the base of the pompon holder… (490-6479). Learn More »

$100.00
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US CIVIL WAR ENLISTED MAN’S WAIST BELT WITH PLATE

US CIVIL WAR ENLISTED MAN’S WAIST BELT WITH PLATE

Plate is attached to the reverse side of the leather belt but from the wear patterns it has been this way for many years. Plate can be reversed if done with care. The belt is in good solid condition.… (490-5896). Learn More »

$325.00
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CAPTURED CONFEDERATE SECOND NATIONAL FLAG, UNUSUAL VARIATION WITH MADAUS LETTER, FROM A SOLDIER IN THE 59th NEW YORK

This 2nd National Confederate Flag was purchased in the 1980s by a well-respected Florida dealer/collector directly from descendants of the Union soldier who had kept it as a trophy. It comes with a 1988 letter on Milwaukee Public Museum letterhead… (1179-019). Learn More »

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