Military Accoutrements

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BATTLE OF SHILOH IRON FRAME BUCKLE

BATTLE OF SHILOH IRON FRAME BUCKLE

This non-descript iron frame buckle was recovered at Shiloh and although simple, shows some care in its construction in using a center bar that widens toward the middle where it is given a deep groove… (490-5814). Learn More »

FINE CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE WOOD DRUM CANTEEN WITH ORIGINAL CLOTH SLING

FINE CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE WOOD DRUM CANTEEN WITH ORIGINAL CLOTH SLING

Here is a pleasing and handsome example of a Confederate wooden drum canteen. As with most wood drum canteens produced during the war, this circular specimen appears to be made of cedar or cherry wood… (490-6245). Learn More »

BATTLE OF SHILOH CIVIL WAR EAGLE CARTRIDGE BOX BREAST PLATE

BATTLE OF SHILOH CIVIL WAR EAGLE CARTRIDGE BOX BREAST PLATE

This is the regulation US plate worn on the infantry cartridge box sling and was recovered at Shiloh, fought April 6-7, 1862, up to that point the largest battle of the war, one that made and almost… (490-5812). Learn More »

$225.00
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CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

This cartridge box plate was recovered at Gettysburg, though we have no specification find location on the field.  This is the standard M1839 cartridge box plate used by Union infantry throughout the… (490-5811). Learn More »

$300.00
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US M1863 ARTILLERY HEADSTALL AND BIT

US M1863 ARTILLERY HEADSTALL AND BIT

An excellent condition US artillery headstall and curb bit. The headstall is complete with flexible leather showing good finish, black oxidizing toward brown, with some crackling from bending, but… (1179-263A). Learn More »

$1,750.00
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CHICKAMAUGA RECOVERED EAGLE BREAST PLATE

CHICKAMAUGA RECOVERED EAGLE BREAST PLATE

This regulation US infantry cartridge box sling plate was recovered at Chickamauga, the two-day battle of the western theatre in September 1863, with losses second only to Gettysburg in the whole war.… (490-5809). Learn More »

$225.00
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CIVIL WAR NCO SWORD CROSSBELT PLATE FROM FREDERICKSBURG

CIVIL WAR NCO SWORD CROSSBELT PLATE FROM FREDERICKSBURG

This pattern of belt plate was first adopted in 1826 with hooks on the reverse for the bayonet shoulder belt and made of stamped rolled brass for artillery and white metal for infantry. This was… (490-5799). Learn More »

EXCAVATED M1839 OVAL US BELT PLATE

EXCAVATED M1839 OVAL US BELT PLATE

This is the standard Union infantry enlisted man’s belt plate of the Civil War. Adopted in 1839, these plates are stamped, rolled brass with a lead solder filled back that anchors the fastening… (490-5895). Learn More »

NEW BERN, N.C., RECOVERED M1839 OVAL US BELT PLATE

NEW BERN, N.C., RECOVERED M1839 OVAL US BELT PLATE

This is the standard Union infantry enlisted man’s belt plate of the Civil War. Adopted in 1839, these plates are stamped, rolled brass with a lead solder filled back that anchors the fastening… (490-5808). Learn More »

YORK COUNTY POWDER HORN

YORK COUNTY POWDER HORN

An elegant powder horn. From the size, a priming horn (approx 8" in length). Pleasing cream colored body shading to a greenish brown at the spout. The base is convex, lathe turned to produce incised… (480-354). Learn More »

51st NY ID’D NEW YORK DEPOT CANTEEN

51st NY ID’D NEW YORK DEPOT CANTEEN

This is a real, issued and field-used Civil War canteen, nicely identified by the soldier by carving his name, “F. Howard,” in the spout, something of A necessity if you wanted to get your own… (149-38). Learn More »

$625.00
Originally $695.00
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 U.S. M1863 ARTILLERY BIT

U.S. M1863 ARTILLERY BIT

This is a regulation US Model 1863 artillery bit showing mottled color from losses to its tin coating revealing the underlying iron, and a few spots of resulting standing rust. The rings and bosses… (160-125). Learn More »

$225.00
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VERY GOOD CONDITION NAMED CONFEDERATE CARTRIDGE BOX

VERY GOOD CONDITION NAMED CONFEDERATE CARTRIDGE BOX

This well-made Confederate cartridge box follows the lines of the prewar rifle boxes intended for wear on the waist belt only. Made of black leather, the box is in very good condition and shows the… (1179-587). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR PATTERN 1851 DRUM STICK CARRIAGE

CIVIL WAR PATTERN 1851 DRUM STICK CARRIAGE

This would go well with a Civil War drum or collection of Civil War music related pieces. This plate is shown in the 1851 regulations and was used throughout the war. The body is a sheet of rolled… (766-1922). Learn More »

RARE EXCELLENT CONDITIONED MODEL 1910 GENERAL OFFICER’S GARRISON BELT

RARE EXCELLENT CONDITIONED MODEL 1910 GENERAL OFFICER’S GARRISON BELT

OD green web belt with two piece tongue and wreath style plate. Belt is tightly woven and meas. approx. 2.00 inches wide. The belt can be adjusted for size on each end by the use of a blackened iron… (1047-148). Learn More »

$350.00
Originally $475.00

COLLECTION OF ITEMS BOTH WARTIME AND VETERAN IDENTIFIED TO 8TH IOWA INFANTRY OFFICER

COLLECTION OF ITEMS BOTH WARTIME AND VETERAN IDENTIFIED TO 8TH IOWA INFANTRY OFFICER

This lot consists of item identified to Lieutenant Spencer Smith of Company A, 8th Iowa Infantry. Smith was born in Ogle County, Illinois on January 14, 1839 and relocated to Iowa with his family in… (460-1466). Learn More »

$995.00
Originally $1,100.00

HANCOCK’S VETERAN CORPS BADGE

HANCOCK’S VETERAN CORPS BADGE

Sometimes confused with the Veteran Reserve Corps, or the earlier First Army Corps in the Army of the Potomac, Hancock’s Veteran Corps (sometimes referred to as Hancock’s First Veteran Corps) was… (1179-640). Learn More »

EIGHTH CORPS BADGE

EIGHTH CORPS BADGE

Use of this badge is complicated by confusion between the 8th Corps, which technically was under Lew Wallace and guarded the B&O Railroad in 1864 and George Crook’s “Army of West Virginia,”… (1179-637). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CARTRIDGE BOX OF GEORGE WASHINGTON LITTON 29th VIRGINIA, CAPTURED AT DINWIDDIE COURTHOUSE/FIVE FORKS, DIED AS P.O.W. MAY 1865

CONFEDERATE CARTRIDGE BOX OF GEORGE WASHINGTON LITTON 29th VIRGINIA, CAPTURED AT DINWIDDIE COURTHOUSE/FIVE FORKS, DIED AS P.O.W. MAY 1865

This Confederate-made cartridge box follows the general lines of the U.S. 1857 pattern, is clearly inscribed by the Confederate soldier, is in excellent condition, must have made a wonderful war… (1179-627). Learn More »

$3,500.00
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OVAL US BELT PLATE RECOVERED NEAR BLOODY LANE AT ANTIETAM

OVAL US BELT PLATE RECOVERED NEAR BLOODY LANE AT ANTIETAM

This regulation M1839 oval US infantry belt plate was recovered near Bloody Lane at Antietam. The face has a medium brown patina at center mixed with grayish white along the edges, in some recesses… (490-5860). Learn More »

$300.00
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LARGE FRAMED RELIC SHOWBOARD

This relic board is very like those assembled from Gettysburg relics by John Rosensteel and displayed on the porch of the Round Top Museum, but differs in displaying the relics on horizontal rather than raw vertical boards, in having a glass frame,… (1242-06). Learn More »

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