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WONDERFUL UNTOUCHED MEXICAN WAR INFANTRY RIG: CARTRIDGE BOX, SLING, WAISTBELT AND PLATE, BAYONET AND SCABBARD, ALL PLATES, AND MAGAZINE TINS!

WONDERFUL UNTOUCHED MEXICAN WAR INFANTRY RIG: CARTRIDGE BOX, SLING, WAISTBELT AND PLATE, BAYONET AND SCABBARD, ALL PLATES, AND MAGAZINE TINS!

Sets like this don’t come on the market much anymore and when they do, they have often been fooled around with. This is a great untouched set, just as you’d like to find on wandering into a poorly… (766-1529). Learn More »

U.S. 1855 PATTERN RIFLEMAN’S BELT

U.S. 1855 PATTERN RIFLEMAN’S BELT

This scarce 1855 rifleman’s belt rig is in very good condition and complete with its two-piece frame buckle, brass belt loops, and bayonet frog and support straps. Constructed of black waxed-leather… (1142-49). Learn More »

MINT GUNNER’S OR ARTILLERY FUSE POUCH BELT

MINT GUNNER’S OR ARTILLERY FUSE POUCH BELT

These simple belts were used to carry the artillery fuse pouch and frequently appear around the waist of “Number Four” in the gun crew, handling the friction primers and lanyard. This is in mint… (1145-02). Learn More »

VERY NICE US 1832 PATTERN SWORT SWORD DATED 1835 AND REGULATION 1839 PATTERN BELT

VERY NICE US 1832 PATTERN SWORT SWORD DATED 1835 AND REGULATION 1839 PATTERN BELT

  This is a really nice example of the U.S. artillery short sword and belt. Adopted by the army in 1832, this gladius-pattern short sword was a big seller for Ames to the U.S. and state governments,… (1052-42). Learn More »

M1851 US BELT RIG WITH PLATE AND STRAPS

M1851 US BELT RIG WITH PLATE AND STRAPS

Fantastic condition buff leather sword belt. The exterior leather surfaces are very clean and in excellent condition. The leather is strong and supple with no weak spots. Both the sword hangers are… (172-5550). Learn More »

ENLISTEDMAN’S EAGLE BELT BUCKLE WITH BELT

ENLISTEDMAN’S EAGLE BELT BUCKLE WITH BELT

The belt plate and buckle pictured here is from mid Civil War, 1862-1864.  The eagle plate is an 1851 pattern prevalent in late war enlistees.  The design was introduced in 1851 with… (172-3107). Learn More »

LEATHER WAIST BELT

LEATHER WAIST BELT

This waist belt is the type seen in Civil War photographs being worn by enlisted southern soldiers during the Civil War.  Leather is well worn with moderate cracking but remains supple. Decorative… (2020-1200). Learn More »

U.S. 1855 PATTERN RIFLEMAN’S BELT

U.S. 1855 PATTERN RIFLEMAN’S BELT

This scarce 1855 rifleman’s belt rig is in excellent condition and complete with its two-piece frame buckle, brass belt loops, bayonet frog and support straps, and a scabbard for the 1855 sword… (172-5583). Learn More »

CAVALRY LEATHER GROUP WITH NAME

CAVALRY LEATHER GROUP WITH NAME

A group in very nice condition containing a carbine cartridge box, a revolver cartridge box, and an NCO sword belt rig, all from same maker. Buff leather belt and all straps are in very good condition… (809-102). Learn More »

$1,700.00
Originally $1,750.00
ON HOLD

CIVIL WAR KERR REVOLVER HOLSTER ON BELT

CIVIL WAR KERR REVOLVER HOLSTER ON BELT

This is a black leather holster made to accommodate the Kerr revolver. The leather still shows the “profile” of a revolver cylinder. The holster “pocket” measures approximately 9 ¼” along… (1117-97). Learn More »

MILITIA SWORD BELT & BUCKLE, ca. 1846 - 1850

MILITIA SWORD BELT & BUCKLE, ca. 1846 - 1850

Black bridle leather, 38” in width, 1.5” in width. Two Strap-hangars, 11 x 22.75” in length, .875” in width. Brass circular disc buckle, with wingspread eagle encircled by 29 stars. Circular,… (846-110). Learn More »

$735.00
Originally $810.00

US 1832 PATTERN INFANTRY SERGEANT’S SWORD BELT WITH REGULATION SHORT SWORD

US 1832 PATTERN INFANTRY SERGEANT’S SWORD BELT WITH REGULATION SHORT SWORD

This is a scarce example of the 1832 pattern sword belt and short sword for infantry sergeants and company musicians. This was regulation until the 1840 patterns were adopted, produced, and issued,… (1097-22). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ENLISTED INFANTRY BELT AND BUCKLE BY CONDICT

CIVIL WAR ENLISTED INFANTRY BELT AND BUCKLE BY CONDICT

This is a very good regulation Civil War bridle leather US infantry waist belt clearly stamped by J.E. Condict of New Jersey and New York, and bearing his White Street, NYC, address. Jennings Condict,… (953-179). Learn More »

$400.00
ON HOLD

IDENTIFIED SWORD BELT OF SERGEANT SOLOMON ASHLINE 118th NEW YORK, CAPTURED AT SECOND FAIR OAKS 1864

IDENTIFIED SWORD BELT OF SERGEANT SOLOMON ASHLINE 118th NEW YORK, CAPTURED AT SECOND FAIR OAKS 1864

This regulation buff leather sword belt is near mint condition. The leather is supple and has a nice overall brown tone that is common in black buff accoutrements, which oxidized quickly from iron in… (172-5551). Learn More »

MODEL 1851 NCO WAIST BELT WITH BELT PLATE AND SWORD FROG

MODEL 1851 NCO WAIST BELT WITH BELT PLATE AND SWORD FROG

Civil War era non-commissioned officer’s belt buckle on original waist belt. Cast brass eagle buckle which has a one-piece applied German silver wreath and has the narrow ½ inch wide hook on back.… (1087-78). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE WAIST BELT IMPROVISED OF SNAKE BUCKLE AND CS RIFLE SLING

CONFEDERATE WAIST BELT IMPROVISED OF SNAKE BUCKLE AND CS RIFLE SLING

Field-used and field-modified equipment is a really interesting area of study where a moment of innovation or need on the part of a soldier comes to life. This also one of those objects that carries… (480-167). Learn More »

SCARCE WISH-BONE BUCKLE, ON FIELD-MADE ARMY BELT

SCARCE WISH-BONE BUCKLE, ON FIELD-MADE ARMY BELT

Iron “Wishbone” w/hook and rear studs, attached to rough Field-made belt cut from bridal leather, 35” in length, 1.75” in length, w/four punched holes. Leather is stiff cracking throughout.… (224-499). Learn More »

NEAR MINT CONDITION CIRCA 1851-1855 RIFLEMAN’S BELT AND SABER BAYONET FROG

NEAR MINT CONDITION CIRCA 1851-1855 RIFLEMAN’S BELT AND SABER BAYONET FROG

In 1839 the oval US plate was introduced for wear on a waist belt by infantry and riflemen. By 1841 the belt for riflemen was increased in width to carry the waist-mounted rifle cartridge box and the… (1000-703). Learn More »

FANTASTIC NAMED CONFEDERATE COTTON BELT - PUBLISHED IN BOOK ON CIVIL WAR RELICS

FANTASTIC NAMED CONFEDERATE COTTON BELT - PUBLISHED IN BOOK ON CIVIL WAR RELICS

This unique Confederate belt was published on page 228 of “THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF AMERICAN CIVIL WAR RELICS” by Stephen W. Sylvia and Michael J. O’Donnell in 1978. It was originally part of… (33-244). Learn More »

WHITE BUFF LEATHER DRAGOON SWORD BELT WITH FIELD REPAIRED “US” BUCKLE

WHITE BUFF LEATHER DRAGOON SWORD BELT WITH FIELD REPAIRED “US” BUCKLE

Buff leather dyed brown on the outside to conform to the 1851 Regulations while the inside was left white. Leather is in very nice condition but just a bit stiff. The frog for the M1832 Artillery… (410-358). Learn More »


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REGULATION 1861 CARTRIDGE BOX WITH PLATE, TINS, AND CARTRIDGES!

Something you never find…this cartridge box is an example of the "Pattern 1861” infantry cartridge box still filled with cartridges! Outer flap exhibits some crazing. Original oval “US” box plate is secured to the face of the box, and you can… (766-1442). Learn More »

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