1800's Militaria Dug


Eagle Sword Belt Plate with cast wreath.  Officer pattern.  Similar to Plate 619 on Page 377 in book AMERICAN MILITARY BELT PLATES by Michael J. O'Donnell & J. Duncan Campbell.
Approximately 52mm by 85mm.  $200.00  Sold

Eagle Sword Belt Plate.  This is a fairly scarce pattern.  If viewing the front the lower right corner looks as though it may have been schrapnel struck.  You can also see this in the third photo.  Approximately 52mm by 87mm.  $175.00   Sold

Brass Sash Buckle.  Approximately 59mm by 34mm.  $30.00

Garrison Buckle excavated in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.  Approximately 59mm by 55mm.  $20.00

Navy Cuff Button.  I dug this in a Confederate cavalry camp near Winchester, Virginia.  $20.00

British Knapsack Hook similar to the Civil War variety imported by the Confederates from Great Britain.  Excavated at a Crimean War site.  The Crimean War is known in Russian history as the Eastern War of 1853-1856 where Russia lost to an alliance of France, Britain, the Ottoman Empire, & Sardinia.  Approximate height 50mm.  $25.00

Handle and a portion of the blade to a McElroy Bowie Knife excavated in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.  The full knife pictured for reference is from Page 133 of the book CONFEDERATE BOWIE KNIVES by Jack Melton, Josh Phillips, & John Sexton.  A very rare and desirable relic.  $750.00  

Nathanial Oates (Hampshire County, WV) Kentucky Rifle Brass Side Plate.  Excellent condition.  Approximately 4&1/2 inches in length.  $100.00

Brunswick Rifle 2 Groove .69 Caliber Bullet.  $45.00 

US Model 1876 Prairie Wars Cartridge Belt Buckle.  Excavated at Fort Keogh, Montana.  Approximately 60mm by 55mm.  $125.00

Brass Roller Buckle.  Excavated in Europe and is either Crimean War or Franco-Prussian War.  Approximately 70mm by 25mm.  $25.00