Military Accoutrements

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CLASSIC CONFEDERATE FORKED-TONGUE, “WISH-BONE,” BELT BUCKLE

CLASSIC CONFEDERATE FORKED-TONGUE, “WISH-BONE,” BELT BUCKLE

This is an excellent excavated example of a classic and distinctive Confederate buckle. Widely produced during the war in several sizes and with minor variations in construction, it is frequently seen… (1184-122). Learn More »

POST CIVIL WAR VIRGINIA TWO-PIECE SWORD BELT BUCKLE

POST CIVIL WAR VIRGINIA TWO-PIECE SWORD BELT BUCKLE

This sword belt plate is very similar to some wartime and prewar Virginia plates, but we feel it probably postdates the war, though excavated in Orange, Virginia. The central disk with narrow edge… (1184-117). Learn More »

MASSACHUSETTS SABER BELT AND FINELY DETAILED BELT PLATE

MASSACHUSETTS SABER BELT AND FINELY DETAILED BELT PLATE

O’Donnell and Campbell note the “extra fine detail” of these belt plates bearing the Massachusetts state seal, pictured as Plate 700, and this one knocks the socks off the one illustrated for… (2022-1029). Learn More »

ORIGINAL LINEN CIVIL WAR STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS HAVERSACK

ORIGINAL LINEN CIVIL WAR STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS HAVERSACK

Haversack is made entirely of white linen. The body and sling are all original. The underside of the flap has the faint remains a maker’s mark that would also show the item was produced for the… (1179-168). Learn More »

$550.00
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VERY FINE VETERAN RESERVE CORPS JACKET ATTRIBUTED TO 9TH MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIER WOUNDED AT SPOTSYLVANIA AND LATER SERVED IN COMPANY H, 13TH VETERAN RESERVE CORPS

VERY FINE VETERAN RESERVE CORPS JACKET ATTRIBUTED TO 9TH MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIER WOUNDED AT SPOTSYLVANIA AND LATER SERVED IN COMPANY H, 13TH VETERAN RESERVE CORPS

Very fine original Veteran Reserve Corps jacket and Pattern 1858 smooth-side canteen with a verbal ID to Private Patrick Barry formerly of Company E, 9th Massachusetts Infantry wounded at Spotsylvania… (1179-177). Learn More »

STAMPED BRASS VIRGINIA BELT PLATE

STAMPED BRASS VIRGINIA BELT PLATE

Face of brass plate has the state seal of Virginia in great detail with a nice rich green patina. High areas still retain original gilt. Slight verdigris is present on some areas. Plate measures 2”… (215-16). Learn More »

UNISSUED CIVIL WAR ENLISTEDMAN’S BELT, BUCKLE, AND KEEPER

UNISSUED CIVIL WAR ENLISTEDMAN’S BELT, BUCKLE, AND KEEPER

Leather belt is in excellent condition. Two-inch-wide buff leather dyed brown on front. There are maker’s (S.H. Young & Co.) and sub-inspector’s stamps near the end with the “keeper” but… (766-1834). Learn More »

NICE SKIN ONLY OF A US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE CARTRIDGE BOX BREAST PLATE DUG AT FREDERICKSBURG

NICE SKIN ONLY OF A US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE CARTRIDGE BOX BREAST PLATE DUG AT FREDERICKSBURG

The face is slightly discolored from ground action leaving a mix of dark and light patina. The eagle stamping is good though part of it is subdued due to dirt and oxidation. The surface of the plate… (2022-1354). Learn More »

RELIC STATE OF NEW YORK “SNY” BELT PLATE FROM FREDERICKSBURG

RELIC STATE OF NEW YORK “SNY” BELT PLATE FROM FREDERICKSBURG

This is an excavated State of New York belt plate. Pattern 1839 belt buckle with puppy-paw hooks. The letters “SNY” are in the center. Brown face with traces of green and light dirt. Likely… (2022-1337). Learn More »

SMALL “BURNSIDE” PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE FROM FREDERICKSBURG

SMALL “BURNSIDE” PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE FROM FREDERICKSBURG

Smaller-size eagle breast plate often called the “Burnside” breast plate and associated with troops from Maine and are often recovered with “VMM” plates. Stamped brass face is clean and smooth… (2022-1343). Learn More »

MINTY U.S. CIVIL WAR MUSKET SLING

MINTY U.S. CIVIL WAR MUSKET SLING

This is a great example of a US contractor-made sling for use with Civil War era rifle muskets. This is a Pattern 1857 musket sling which was originally designed for the US Model 1855 rifle musket,… (490-3671). Learn More »

RELIC U.S. “W.H. SMITH” CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM FREDERICKSBURG

RELIC U.S. “W.H. SMITH” CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM FREDERICKSBURG

This excavated Pattern 1839 oval US cartridge box plate has a dirt-covered, dark patina. The brass face is smooth with a central “US”, except for one spot where iron wire is rusting through from… (2022-1404). Learn More »

IDENTIFICATION DISK OF RUSSEL C. JACKSON, CO. K, 64th NEW YORK

IDENTIFICATION DISK OF RUSSEL C. JACKSON, CO. K, 64th NEW YORK

This brass identification disk is about the size of a silver dollar and has been stamped on the face with the words “Russel C Jackson / Leon Catt’s Co. NY” around the perimeter of the circular… (490-3753). Learn More »

MILITIA BRASS BODY SNARE DRUM

MILITIA BRASS BODY SNARE DRUM

Wood shell drums are the most common American military drums of the 1851-1872 period but Todd notes the use of brass bodied drums like this as well. Many were likely purchased and used by militia… (490-3093). Learn More »

$2,950.00
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US MODEL 1851 OFFICER’S SWORD BELT AND SCARCE SOLDER-BACKED PLATE

US MODEL 1851 OFFICER’S SWORD BELT AND SCARCE SOLDER-BACKED PLATE

This is the regulation sword belt for U.S. officers in the Civil War. The rectangular eagle belt plate with the arms of the U.S. is an early style, likely prewar or very early war, made of stamped… (1052-222). Learn More »

BRITISH CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM WATERLOO

BRITISH CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM WATERLOO

This British 1st Foot Guard's (Grenadiers) was found at the grounds of the farm of Hougoumont on the immortal battlefield of Waterloo fought June 18th, 1815. Here the British Guards held off the… (88-126). Learn More »

$1,000.00
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SMALL HUNTER’S POWDER HORN

SMALL HUNTER’S POWDER HORN

This horn dates roughly 1820-1850. It is a plain, working powder horn only about 5 ¼ inches long, a size sometimes thought to be just for priming powder for a flintlock, but convenient enough to be… (1184-79). Learn More »

SMALL HUNTER’S POWDER HORN

SMALL HUNTER’S POWDER HORN

This horn dates roughly 1820-1850. It is a plain, working powder horn only about 5 3/4 inches long, a convenient size for pocket or hunting bag. Sometimes considered a small horn just for priming… (1184-77). Learn More »

1865-1890 US REVENUE CUTTER BELT RIG & PLATE

1865-1890 US REVENUE CUTTER BELT RIG & PLATE

Belt is made of one piece of leather approx. 31.00 inches long x 1.75 wide. The interior of the belt has a sewn seam running down the center while the exterior face of the belt has a tooled line… (490-3646). Learn More »

TRAVELING COT WITH BAG ID TO A MEMBER OF GENERAL BURNSIDES STAFF WHO EARNED TWO BREVET PROMOTIONS FOR MERITORIOUS AND GALLANT SERVICE

TRAVELING COT WITH BAG ID TO A MEMBER OF GENERAL BURNSIDES STAFF WHO EARNED TWO BREVET PROMOTIONS FOR MERITORIOUS AND GALLANT SERVICE

This interesting item belonged to Lieutenant Robert Hale Ives Goddard who served as an aid-de-camp to Major General Ambrose Burnside and later rose to major and lieutenant colonel for gallant and… (1179-292). Learn More »


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CIVIL WAR PRIVATELY PURCHASED FORAGE CAP WITH 23rd CORPS BADGE

This is a very good example of an original Civil War, Union army, privately purchased, or commercial, forage cap. These were typically worn by officers, who had to purchase their own uniforms and equipment from military outfitters, but were available… (1052-162). Learn More »

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