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RECTANGULAR CSA BELT PLATE FROM THE BATTLEFIELD OF KERNSTOWN, VA

RECTANGULAR CSA BELT PLATE FROM THE BATTLEFIELD OF KERNSTOWN, VA

This is a very good example of the classic rectangular CSA belt plate with all three hooks in place on the reverse. This comes with an old collector’s string tag reading: “’Virginia’ type… (1216-174). Learn More »

$3,950.00
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EXCELLENT TWO-PIECE VIRGINIA BELT BUCKLE BY JAMES S. SMITH

EXCELLENT TWO-PIECE VIRGINIA BELT BUCKLE BY JAMES S. SMITH

This Virginia buckle has wonderful detail and is certainly a pre-war product of James S. Smith of New York, known also as James S. Smith & Sons starting in 1860. The die work on the tongue is… (1216-175). Learn More »

$3,950.00
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RELIC CONDITION MODEL 1855 RIFLEMEN’S BUCKLE FROM THE WILDERNESS

RELIC CONDITION MODEL 1855 RIFLEMEN’S BUCKLE FROM THE WILDERNESS

This example of the U.S. Model 1855 Rifleman’s buckle has both of its belt support slides as well as the two fastening plates. One of the plate sections is missing the tongue. All the pieces were… (490-5838). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR NAVY OFFICER’S WAIST BELT AND TWO-PIECE BUCKLE

CIVIL WAR NAVY OFFICER’S WAIST BELT AND TWO-PIECE BUCKLE

This black leather belt is folded and stitched with nice edge tooling.  Belt measures approximately 1.75 inches wide and 32” long overall. Leather “uniform protector” remains in place under the… (1179-608). Learn More »

PATTERN 1839 OVAL US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE DUG AT DREWRY’S BLUFF BY SID KERKSIS IN 1958

PATTERN 1839 OVAL US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE DUG AT DREWRY’S BLUFF BY SID KERKSIS IN 1958

This plate was recovered at Drewry’s Bluff by Syd Kerksis, one of the legendary early relic hunters and collectors, author of books on military belt plates and Civil War projectiles. The plate comes… (2023-2990). Learn More »

FRAMED RELICS DUG FROM THE CAMP OF THE 71ST NEW YORK INFANTRY AT DONCASTER, MARYLAND

FRAMED RELICS DUG FROM THE CAMP OF THE 71ST NEW YORK INFANTRY AT DONCASTER, MARYLAND

Frame contains 11 pieces. An infantry hunting horn insignia at center, surrounded by seven three-piece New York “EXCELSIOR” coat buttons and one three-piece cuff button of the same style as well… (410-854). Learn More »

TWO-PIECE OFFICER’S SWORD BELT PLATE

TWO-PIECE OFFICER’S SWORD BELT PLATE

This brass t2o-piece interlocking officer’s sword belt plate is a pattern that started about 1830 and was very popular among pre-Civil War militia officers, some of whom wore them into service… (142-100). Learn More »

$550.00
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PATTERN 1839 OVAL US BELT PLATE FROM GETTYSBURG

PATTERN 1839 OVAL US BELT PLATE FROM GETTYSBURG

The face of the plate has a good strong “US” stamping and a mixed dusty looking light and dark patina from ground action and oxidation. Reverse has 95% of the lead fill with both arrow hooks and… (490-5790). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR NEW YORK OFFICER’S SWORD BELT PLATE

CIVIL WAR NEW YORK OFFICER’S SWORD BELT PLATE

These plates followed the lines of the U.S. Model 1851 sword belt plate to be worn by officers and by enlisted men armed with swords. The difference between the two was mostly in the lower quality of… (1156-29). Learn More »

SMALL PATTERN OVAL SNY WAIST BELT PLATE

SMALL PATTERN OVAL SNY WAIST BELT PLATE

Face has a very nice light patina with a crisp “SNY” stamping at center. Left edge has one ding while the face is free of nicks. Reverse has 100% of the lead fill. Both the single arrowhead hook… (490-5760). Learn More »

$695.00
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SMITH MARKED ROUND EAGLE CARTRIDGE BOX SHOULDER BELT PLATE FROM MYERS HILL, SPOTSYLVANIA, EX-KERKSIS

SMITH MARKED ROUND EAGLE CARTRIDGE BOX SHOULDER BELT PLATE FROM MYERS HILL, SPOTSYLVANIA, EX-KERKSIS

This regulation belt plate for the cartridge box sling came from the collection of Syd Kerksis, well-known and respected early collector and author, and still has his annotated envelope indicating he… (490-5858). Learn More »

BURNSIDE PATTERN CARTRIDGE BOX BELT PLATE FROM HARTRANFT’S LINES IN THE GRAND ASSAULT OF MAY 12, 1864 AT SPOTSYLVANIA, EX-KERKSIS

BURNSIDE PATTERN CARTRIDGE BOX BELT PLATE FROM HARTRANFT’S LINES IN THE GRAND ASSAULT OF MAY 12, 1864 AT SPOTSYLVANIA, EX-KERKSIS

This is the slightly smaller sized round eagle plate for the cartridge box sling that is known among collectors as “Burnside” plates from their association with 9th Corps and 1864 battle sites.… (490-5806). Learn More »

RELIC PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE FOR MODEL 1840 NCO BALDRIC RECOVERED AT STONES RIVER

RELIC PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE FOR MODEL 1840 NCO BALDRIC RECOVERED AT STONES RIVER

This Pattern 1826 eagle breast plate is meant for use on the baldric of the Model 1840 NCO sword. The face of the plate is in very nice condition showing only minor wear from age and use. The right… (490-5759). Learn More »

U.S. BELT PLATE RECOVERED BY SYD KERKSIS EAST OF THE CHURCH AT SHILOH IN AUGUST 1960

U.S. BELT PLATE RECOVERED BY SYD KERKSIS EAST OF THE CHURCH AT SHILOH IN AUGUST 1960

This regulation oval US belt plate comes from the collection of Syd Kerksis, well-known early collector, historian and author, and still has his collection envelope annotated with the find location… (490-5804). Learn More »

CARTRIDGE BOX BELT PLATE FROM 9th CORPS LINES AT THE WILDERNESS, EX-KERKSIS

CARTRIDGE BOX BELT PLATE FROM 9th CORPS LINES AT THE WILDERNESS, EX-KERKSIS

This regulation belt plate for the cartridge box sling was in the collection of Syd Kerksis, well-known and respected early collector and author and comes with his annotated envelope indicating he… (490-5800). Learn More »

$495.00
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CARTRIDGE BOX BELT PLATE FROM THE AREA OF SCHENK’S DIVISION AT 2nd BULL RUN, GROVETON, EX-KERKSIS

CARTRIDGE BOX BELT PLATE FROM THE AREA OF SCHENK’S DIVISION AT 2nd BULL RUN, GROVETON, EX-KERKSIS

This was originally in the collection of Syd Kerksis, a well known early relic hunter, collector and author of several respected books on Civil War material. It comes with Kerksis’s collection… (490-5782). Learn More »

DUG SMALL US BELT PLATE

DUG SMALL US BELT PLATE

The face of the plate has a strong “US” stamping with a spotty dark patina that shows some gilt beneath. Reverse has 80% of the lead fill with the single arrowhead attachment and tongue. Location… (490-5757). Learn More »

U.S. M1839 CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE RECOVERED BY SYD KERKSIS IN JANUARY 1958 IN THE LINES OF THE 4th CORPS AT PICKETT’S MILL: ATLANTA CAMPAIGN

U.S. M1839 CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE RECOVERED BY SYD KERKSIS IN JANUARY 1958 IN THE LINES OF THE 4th CORPS AT PICKETT’S MILL: ATLANTA CAMPAIGN

This plate comes with its original collection envelope with notations on its provenance by Syd Kerksis, noted early collector and author. Pickett’s Mill was fought on May 27, 1864, in the Atlanta… (490-5779). Learn More »

CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM THE POSITION OF THE 4th ARMY CORPS AT KENNESAW MOUNTAIN, EX-KERKSIS

CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM THE POSITION OF THE 4th ARMY CORPS AT KENNESAW MOUNTAIN, EX-KERKSIS

This regulation US cartridge box plate was recovered by Syd Kerksis, well known early relic hunter, collector and author, in the position covered by the 4th Army Corps in Sherman’s assault at… (490-5778). Learn More »

CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE RECOVERED BY SYD KERKSIS IN MAY 1960 IN THE 5th CORPS LINES ON SHADY GROVE ROAD

CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE RECOVERED BY SYD KERKSIS IN MAY 1960 IN THE 5th CORPS LINES ON SHADY GROVE ROAD

This cartridge box plate comes from Union 5th Corps positions in the Battle of Shady Grove Road, sometimes called the Battle of Totopotomoy Creek, fought May 28-30, 1864, as Grant continued to edge… (490-5776). Learn More »


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NON-REGULATION SILVER GRIPPED PRESENTATION SWORD BY SCHUYLER, HARTLEY & GRAHAM - LT. JAMES MOFFAT, 16TH NEW YORK CAVALRY

This presentation sword has very impressive deeply cast and chased mounts and silver gripped hilt. Schuyler, Hartley and Graham assembled and sold a wide variety of swords that were often highly embellished and upgraded from regulation patterns, to… (870-653). Learn More »

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