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MODEL 1839 CARTRIDGE BOX WITH ORIGINAL BOX PLATE: MISSISSIPPI RIFLE

MODEL 1839 CARTRIDGE BOX WITH ORIGINAL BOX PLATE: MISSISSIPPI RIFLE

These cartridge boxes were adopted in 1839 and use a single-piece tin liner divided into five compartments in an upper tray for twenty cartridges ready for use, and two open lower sections for two… (1142-117). Learn More »

BATTLE DRESS BRITISH ARTILLERY SABERTACHE

BATTLE DRESS BRITISH ARTILLERY SABERTACHE

A scarce example of a regulation battle dress sabretache. A large flat dispatch pouch worn by mounted officers along with their saber.  This example dates 1856 to 1875 and is constructed of treated… (88-150). Learn More »

LEATHER CAVALRY CARBINE SLING & SNAP HOOK

LEATHER CAVALRY CARBINE SLING & SNAP HOOK

This is a Cavalry shoulder sling designed for use with weapons fitted with sling rings (musketoon, rifled carbine, and all patented breech-loading carbines). The sling was to be worn over the left… (160-80). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CAVALRY CARBINE CARTRIDGE BOX

CONFEDERATE CAVALRY CARBINE CARTRIDGE BOX

This cartridge box measures about 7 by 4.5 by 1.25 inches, has a one-piece tin magazine inside, made without tray or dividers, and has a round, lead finial on the bottom. The measurements and… (490-2797). Learn More »

$1,950.00
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WEYMOUTH LIGHT INFANTRY PAINTED MILITIA KNAPSACK 1818-1833

WEYMOUTH LIGHT INFANTRY PAINTED MILITIA KNAPSACK 1818-1833

Decorated military Americana offers a rare combination of history and art. American volunteer militia companies from 1790 to 1860 were legally chartered, but their uniforms and equipment were limited… (1032-162). Learn More »

U.S. NAVY ENLISTED BELT

U.S. NAVY ENLISTED BELT

Regulation belt made of blackened leather.  This pattern belt and japanned iron friction buckle seems to have appeared in 1862.  It is specifically detailed as a regulation issue item by the 4th… (766-1837). Learn More »

CIRCA 1820 PAINTED AMERICAN MILITIA KNAPSACK

CIRCA 1820 PAINTED AMERICAN MILITIA KNAPSACK

Uniforms and equipment of American volunteer militia companies from 1790 to 1860 are a great combination of “gutsy visual impact” in John Hamilton’s words, along with historical interest, and… (1032-161). Learn More »

VERY NICELY DECORATED WAR OF 1812 ERA AMERICAN MILITIA CARTRIDGE BOX

VERY NICELY DECORATED WAR OF 1812 ERA AMERICAN MILITIA CARTRIDGE BOX

This cartridge box is in nice condition with belt loops, interior block, and decorative gilt bass rosette device in place on the flap, and is untouched. Best of all, the flap, front, sides and even… (2022-233). Learn More »

$595.00
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.58 CALIBER INFANTRY CARTRIDGE BOX BY BAKER AND MCKENNEY WITH SNY PLATE

.58 CALIBER INFANTRY CARTRIDGE BOX BY BAKER AND MCKENNEY WITH SNY PLATE

This infantry cartridge box for the .58 caliber rifle musket follows the pattern of March 1864 and carries a New York oval SNY cartridge box plate. The pattern improved on the 1861 pattern by… (2022-1781). Learn More »

$795.00
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RARE S. ISAAC, CAMPBELL & CO. KNAPSACK

RARE S. ISAAC, CAMPBELL & CO. KNAPSACK

This is a rare Civil War period English-made knapsack produced by the firm S. Isaac, Campbell & Company of London. It is constructed of white canvas, painted black on the exterior surfaces. There… (1179-315). Learn More »

MASSACHUSETTS SABER BELT AND FINELY DETAILED BELT PLATE

MASSACHUSETTS SABER BELT AND FINELY DETAILED BELT PLATE

O’Donnell and Campbell note the “extra fine detail” of these belt plates bearing the Massachusetts state seal, pictured as Plate 700, and this one knocks the socks off the one illustrated for… (2022-1029). Learn More »

UNISSUED CIVIL WAR ENLISTEDMAN’S BELT, BUCKLE, AND KEEPER

UNISSUED CIVIL WAR ENLISTEDMAN’S BELT, BUCKLE, AND KEEPER

Leather belt is in excellent condition. Two-inch-wide buff leather dyed brown on front. There are maker’s (S.H. Young & Co.) and sub-inspector’s stamps near the end with the “keeper” but… (766-1834). Learn More »

MINTY U.S. CIVIL WAR MUSKET SLING

MINTY U.S. CIVIL WAR MUSKET SLING

This is a great example of a US contractor-made sling for use with Civil War era rifle muskets. This is a Pattern 1857 musket sling which was originally designed for the US Model 1855 rifle musket,… (490-3671). 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 »

BAYONET FROG FOR THE 1854 AUSTRIAN LORENZ

BAYONET FROG FOR THE 1854 AUSTRIAN LORENZ

This is a good example of the Austrian bayonet frog used with bayonet scabbard for the quadrangular-blade socket bayonet of the M1854 Austrian Lorenz. The Lorenz was well regarded and imported by… (490-3745). 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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REGIMENTALLY MARKED FORTY-NINTH NEW YORK KNAPSACK

REGIMENTALLY MARKED FORTY-NINTH NEW YORK KNAPSACK

This is the classic Civil War Union army “double-bag” knapsack personalized by a soldier of the 49th New York by the addition of a painted canvas cross of the 6th Corps with the number “49” in… (399-23). Learn More »

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 »

EXPERIMENTAL CARTRIDGE BOX FOR 56-50 SPENCER AMMUNITION

EXPERIMENTAL CARTRIDGE BOX FOR 56-50 SPENCER AMMUNITION

Black bridle leather cartridge box that looks very much like a US Civil War issue cavalry carbine box. The shape of the body and the flap appear to be the same. It has both roller buckles and the… (490-2796). Learn More »


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ATLANTA ARSENAL ARTILLERY SHELL CRATE

In 1961 workmen recovered this crate during construction of I-75 around Atlanta. This crate for 32 pounder shells measures approximately 15” long (without the two handles) by 8.5” wide. It is 9” tall (without the lid). The crate is held… (846-382). Learn More »

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