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CIVIL WAR NCO ROUND EAGLE SHOULDER BELT PLATE

CIVIL WAR NCO ROUND EAGLE SHOULDER BELT PLATE

These plates were introduced in 1826 for use on the bayonet shoulder belt. When the bayonet was switched to wear on the waistbelt in the early 1840s these plates with hooks were relegated to use on… (1184-136). Learn More »

US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE, FROM G.A.R. POST 551 COLLECTION (YORK SPRINGS, PA)

US PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE, FROM G.A.R. POST 551 COLLECTION (YORK SPRINGS, PA)

This Federal shoulder belt plate is of the regulation 1826 pattern. Constructed in the die-struck and rolled brass method, the brass accoutrement’s face shows a clear eagle in the center. Face has a… (2022-1849). Learn More »

MAINE VOLUNTEER “VMM” BELT PLATE FROM ORANGE, VA

MAINE VOLUNTEER “VMM” BELT PLATE FROM ORANGE, VA

O’Donnell and Campbell date the purchase of these plates by the state of Maine between 1855 and 1861 for the Volunteer Militia of Maine, organized in 1851, and which furnished ten regiments of… (1184-144). Learn More »

MILITIA EAGLE PANEL BELT PLATE

MILITIA EAGLE PANEL BELT PLATE

Panel plates, so called from the use of the central rectangular panel with scalloped corners setting off a central emblem against a frame border, came in around 1835 and became very popular in the… (1184-147). Learn More »

SMALL PATTERN 1839 US PLATE WITHOUT LEAD FILL

SMALL PATTERN 1839 US PLATE WITHOUT LEAD FILL

This is made of die-struck rolled brass in the usual fashion of the M1839 plate and has a single arrow back stud and belt hook soldered in place on the reverse, a pattern of fastener well known from… (2022-2281). Learn More »

MILITIA EAGLE PANEL BELT PLATE 1855-1865

MILITIA EAGLE PANEL BELT PLATE 1855-1865

This is a pretty militia plate using an American eagle with arrows and olive branch as the central motif on the scalloped corner panel at center along with a US shield on its chest that has a single… (1184-146). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR NEW YORK MILITIA 1851 PATTERN SWORD BELT PLATE

CIVIL WAR NEW YORK MILITIA 1851 PATTERN SWORD BELT PLATE

Although evolving from the US Model 1832 general staff rectangular waist belt plates with a US in a wreath, the immediate impetus to New York’s adoption of this plate for officers and enlisted men… (1184-141). Learn More »

RELIC STATE OF NEW YORK “SNY” BELT PLATE

RELIC STATE OF NEW YORK “SNY” BELT PLATE

This is a nice excavated SNY belt plate. Pattern 1839 belt buckle with puppy-paw hooks. Beautiful brown face with the letters “SNY” in the center. Light wear over face with smooth chocolate brown… (2022-1554). 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 »

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 »

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 »

STATE OF NEW YORK CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE DUG ALONG THE TANEYTOWN ROAD AT GETTYSBURG – KEN BREAM COLLECTION

STATE OF NEW YORK CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE DUG ALONG THE TANEYTOWN ROAD AT GETTYSBURG – KEN BREAM COLLECTION

Plate has a dark, almost black face with a strong “SNY” stamping. Face is free of dings and dents. Reverse has 99% of the lead fill but no hooks. This plate is from the collection of local… (1163-220). Learn More »

$975.00
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RELIC SNY PLATE FROM A SHIP WRECK OFF THE NORTH CAROLINA COAST

RELIC SNY PLATE FROM A SHIP WRECK OFF THE NORTH CAROLINA COAST

This relic belt plate consists of the center part of the plate only. The entire border as well as both posts and tongue on the reverse are gone. The face has a dark and scaly appearance with most of… (1181-20). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR NAVY OFFICER’S SWORD BELT

CIVIL WAR NAVY OFFICER’S SWORD BELT

Belt is made of black bridle leather which is very pliable. Belt meas. approx. 1.75 inches wide with a tooled line along each edge. Plate is a two-piece tongue and wreath with a spread-winged eagle… (2022-1096). Learn More »

$750.00
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POST-CIVIL WAR GEORGIA BELT AND BUCKLE

POST-CIVIL WAR GEORGIA BELT AND BUCKLE

Black leather belt meas. approx. 1.75 inches wide with a line of stitching outlining each edge. The leather surface shows light to moderate surface finish loss from rubbing and use over the years. The… (2022-957). Learn More »

MAKER MARKED SMALL PATTERN 1839 OVAL US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE

MAKER MARKED SMALL PATTERN 1839 OVAL US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE

The face is in unissued condition and showing a lot of the original finish. Face is clean but for a few oxidation spots. Top edge has several very slight dimples. The reverse has 100% of the lead fill… (2022-741). Learn More »

PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE FROM GETTYSBURG, KEN BREAM COLLECTION

PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE FROM GETTYSBURG, KEN BREAM COLLECTION

Item is in good condition. Brass face with typical eagle stamping. Light wear on the edges. Back has most of its lead fill with moderate pitting. The wire loops are missing. This plate is for use on… (1163-78). Learn More »

SOUTH CAROLINA “GERMAN ARTILLERY” BELT PLATE 1880-1900

SOUTH CAROLINA “GERMAN ARTILLERY” BELT PLATE 1880-1900

This plate is identical to O’Donnell and Campbell Plate 855, dating 1880 to 1900, and identified as belonging to the “German Artillery” of Charleston, South Carolina. The plate is rectangular… (766-1763). Learn More »

$1,475.00
Originally $1,850.00
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U.S. MODEL 1872 HAGNER PATENT NEW YORK BELT PLATE

U.S. MODEL 1872 HAGNER PATENT NEW YORK BELT PLATE

The leather belt is 1.75” wide and approximately 50” long overall. Belt is made of bridle leather with a brass keeper sewn and riveted on one end and a brass adjustment hook riveted to the… (490-2824). 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 »


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SCARCE NEW MODEL 1865 SHARPS STILL IN PERCUSSION NEAR FACTORY NEW

There are no appreciable differences between the NM1863 and NM1865 Sharps other than the stamped model designation by the company, and its occasional absence, which some have speculated was due to worn out or broken old dies, or was a marketing ploy… (490-2531). Learn More »

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