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SCARCE EXCAVATED OHIO INFANTRY OVM BELT PLATE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION

SCARCE EXCAVATED OHIO INFANTRY OVM BELT PLATE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION

See O’Donnell and Campbell, Plate 554, indicates plates of this letter style date 1861 to 1863 and “saw considerable use in both theatres of the Civil War.” This follows the standard… (1156-21). Learn More »

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 »

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 »

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 »

M1851 US CAVALRY BELT RIG WITH PLATE, ALL STRAPS, PISTOL CARTRIDGE BOX, AND HOLSTER

M1851 US CAVALRY BELT RIG WITH PLATE, ALL STRAPS, PISTOL CARTRIDGE BOX, AND HOLSTER

Buff leather sword belt in very good condition. The leather is strong and supple with no weak spots. The shoulder support strap (Sam Brown belt) is of bridle leather but is complete and strong; some… (401-48). Learn More »

$2,500.00
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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 »

SCARCE U.S. 1819 PATTERN BAYONET SHOULDER BELT PLATE FROM FORT HAWKINS, GEORGIA

SCARCE U.S. 1819 PATTERN BAYONET SHOULDER BELT PLATE FROM FORT HAWKINS, GEORGIA

These scarce plates were designed by Armitage in Philadelphia in 1819 for wear on the 1808 pattern bayonet shoulder belt (by then reduced from 2.5 to 2.25 inches in width.) They are made of stamped… (766-1542). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE “EGG-SHAPED” OVAL CS BELT PLATE

CONFEDERATE “EGG-SHAPED” OVAL CS BELT PLATE

It was a not very well-kept secret among collectors in the 1970s and 1980s that the best place to find Confederate material was New England, where it was brought home as a souvenir and ended up in one… (766-1597). Learn More »

$2,750.00
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SMALL PATTERN M1839 U.S. CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE – “W.H. SMITH / BROOKLYN”

SMALL PATTERN M1839 U.S. CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE – “W.H. SMITH / BROOKLYN”

The face of this plate is near perfect with great original finish. The reverse has 100% of the lead fill and both iron loops. Maker’s mark, “W. H. SMITH / BROOKLYN” is clearly stamped. A very… (1142-130). Learn More »

$395.00
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CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S TOOLED SWORD BELT WITH PATTERN 1851 BUCKLE

CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S TOOLED SWORD BELT WITH PATTERN 1851 BUCKLE

This is an officer’s sword belt rig in very good condition. Belt is constructed of folded leather that is stitched together on the inside. A double row of stitching is also found on top and bottom… (766-1554). 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 »

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 »

US PATTERN 1839 BELT PLATE

US PATTERN 1839 BELT PLATE

This non-excavated Federal belt plate is of the regulation 1839 pattern. Constructed in the die-struck and rolled brass method, the brass accoutrement’s face shows a clear “US”. Face shows dings… (1146-20). Learn More »

DUG OVAL US BELT PLATE FROM FREDERICKSBURG

DUG OVAL US BELT PLATE FROM FREDERICKSBURG

This dug Pattern 1839 US belt plate is complete with the face, both arrow hooks and the tongue but all the lead has been melted out of the reverse. The face shows some discoloration from ground action… (595-1800). Learn More »

MEXICAN WAR M1839 OVAL U.S. BELT PLATE

MEXICAN WAR M1839 OVAL U.S. BELT PLATE

This is the M1839 oval U.S. belt plate made for the narrow 1.5-inch U.S infantry waist belts of the Mexican War period. Like the Civil War versions, these are made of rolled stamped brass with a lead… (766-1543). Learn More »


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ENLISTEDMAN’S INFANTRY GREATCOAT

This greatcoat (soldier’s overcoat) is a full length blue coat with cape in overall very nice condition. The coat retains its five eagle buttons on the front. The cape still has its six cuff-sized eagle buttons. Typical of the style there is a… (1117-87). Learn More »

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