1800's Militaria Nondug

1874 Pattern Waist Belt Plate
$55.00 1874 Pattern Eagle Officers Belt Buckle. Still retains gold gilt. Approximately 51mm by 77mm.
Large Heavy Confederate Artillery Brass Stirrup – SALE PENDING
$95.00 There is a stirrup like this in the Warrenton, VA Civil War Museum. It is identified as having belonged to a Confederate Artilleryman. This item is from Herndon, VA. Approximate height 6 inches.
1851 Pattern Sabre Belt Plate – SOLD
$225.00 1851 Pattern, Officer, ca. 1862-1844. Identical to Plate 649 on Page 392 in book AMERICAN MILITARY BELT PLATES by Michael J. O'Donnell & J. Duncan Campbell. Bench number 99 on tang. Approximately 52mm by 88mm.
Very Unusual US Cavalry Brass Spurs
$250.00 Very well made. Only pair I have seen chamfered and not rounded. Approximate opening 3&1/8 inches. Approximate debth of U 3&1/2 inches.
Iron Swivel Stirrup – SALE PENDING
$35.00 Blacksmith Made. Possible Confederate use. Approximate height 4&5/8 inches.
Brass Stirrups
$175.00 Nice pair. Possible Confederate use. Approximate height 5&1/8 inches.
Mills Revolver Belt Plate Rig, Texas, ca. 1895-1905
$250.00 Similar to Plate 965 on Page 573 of book AMERICAN MILITARY BELT PLATES by Michael J. O'Donnell & J. Duncan Campbell except example in book is Rhode Island and this is Texas. Belt overall length approximately 36 inches. Buckle approximately 58mm by 70mm.
Virginia Waist Belt Plate
$275.00 Similar to Figure 55 on Page 61 of book VIRGINIA MILITARIA OF THE CIVIL WAR by Howard R. Crouch. Nice example. Gold Gilted. Approximately 50mm by 69mm.
US Harpers Ferry Model 1816 Lockplate
$85.00 Made by Harpers Ferry Armory of Harpers Ferry West Virginia and dated 1825. I believe this was converted to percussion for Civil War use. This item is marked with the soldiers name which starts to the right of the Eagle.
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