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EXCAVATED CIVIL WAR “VMM” OVAL WAIST BELT PLATE

EXCAVATED CIVIL WAR “VMM” OVAL WAIST BELT PLATE

Presented here is an excavated “Volunteer Militia of Maine” oval waist belt plate that was issued to the State’s volunteer infantrymen early in the Civil War. Maine formally organized its… (1000-1539). Learn More »

EXCAVATED “OVM” WAIST BELT PLATE

EXCAVATED “OVM” WAIST BELT PLATE

This Civil War Ohio Volunteer Militia Enlisted Infantry belt plate, is in good excavated condition.  This early war belt plate measures 52 mm x 75 mm and is constructed from die-struck rolled sheet… (1000-1540). Learn More »

COLLECTION OF CIVIL WAR U.S. LEATHER GEAR

COLLECTION OF CIVIL WAR U.S. LEATHER GEAR

What at first appears to be a U.S. infantry belt rig is actually an assemblage of separate Civil War leather items. The belt is a nice condition buff leather belt with original brass keeper on the… (840-13). Learn More »

VIRGINIA BELT BUCKLE

VIRGINIA BELT BUCKLE

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 »

US EAGLE BREAST PLATE

US EAGLE BREAST PLATE

This US breast plate features the spread-winged eagle design. It was recovered from the greater Richmond area. Plate has a darkened patina. Edge of plate has some slight nicks. Reverse of plate still… (883-111). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE GEORGIA PATTERN FRAME BUCKLE FROM THE COLLECTION OF THE LATE MAC MASON

CONFEDERATE GEORGIA PATTERN FRAME BUCKLE FROM THE COLLECTION OF THE LATE MAC MASON

Recovered Sept. 20, 1963 at Frayser’s Farm (Glendale), VA, part of Lee’s Seven Days Battles. Reverse with distinctive Mason lettering. Buckle has some slight bending. Very light coat of varnish. … (172-3738). Learn More »

LARGE NAVY ROLLER BUCKLE

LARGE NAVY ROLLER BUCKLE

This large iron roller buckle meas. approx. 3.25 x by 1.75 inches and has a japanned surface. The tongue is substantial as is the roller. Tongue moves freely and roller spins. Approx. 80% of the… (408-84). Learn More »

FEDERAL OFFICER’S LEATHER WAIST BELT WITH ITS RECTANGULAR M1851 OFFICER’S BELT PLATE

FEDERAL OFFICER’S LEATHER WAIST BELT WITH ITS RECTANGULAR M1851 OFFICER’S BELT PLATE

This uniform accoutrement is a Civil War officer’s leather sword belt and plate with one saber strap hanger. Leather specimen is in good but broken, partial condition. Belt retains a very fine M1851… (172-2933). Learn More »

MODEL 1832 ARTILLERY SWORD BELT AND FROG WITH BUCKLE

MODEL 1832 ARTILLERY SWORD BELT AND FROG WITH BUCKLE

White buff leather belt that is slightly stiff with heavy surface dirt from age and storage. One of the sections has a 1.50 inch piece of leather missing on one edge. One end of the belt passes… (344-920). Learn More »

FOOT ARTILLERY BELT WITH NOTE

FOOT ARTILLERY BELT WITH NOTE

Brown buff leather belt in good condition. Leather is a little dry causing the inside seam in one small section to split but the rest is solid. Belt plate and keeper have matching benchmark numbers of… (344-915). Learn More »


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RARE US FIRST CONTRACT COLT M1851 NAVY-NAVY REVOLVER DELIVERED TO NORFOLK 1857 AND RARE USN 1873 COLT RICHARDS-MASON CONVERSION

This pistol was in the first contract purchase of Colt Navy revolvers by the USN, made in September 1857 and was in the first shipment of 615 revolvers delivered to the Norfolk Navy Yard November 9, 1857. On top of that, it was among the estimated… (1142-122). Learn More »

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