1800’s Militaria Dug

Union Civil War Cavalry Spur – Marked with a 9
$55.00 Standard style used by union cavalry during the Civil War. First one I have seen with a number 9 marking (see first photo).
Brass US Bit Rosette – SOLD
$45.00 Regulation 1859 bridal bit US boss. This was attached to the side of the horsebit used by Union cavalry during the Civil War. Excavated in one of General Custer’s camps near Winchester, Virginia in the Shenandoah Valley.
Brass US Bit Rosette – SOLD
$45.00 Regulation 1859 bridal bit US boss. This was attached to the side of the horsebit used by Union cavalry during the Civil War. Excavated in one of General Custer’s camps near Winchester, Virginia in the Shenandoah Valley.
Brass Scabbard Throat
$95.00 Marked with Roman Numerals.  Indicative of Confederate States Armory of Kenansville, NC.  Approximately 28mm by 47mm.
Brass Roller Buckle
$25.00 Excavated in Europe and is either Crimean War or Franco-Prussian War.  Approximately 70mm by 25mm.  $25.00
US Model 1876 Prairie Wars Cartridge Belt Buckle
$125.00  Excavated at Fort Keogh, Montana.  Approximately 60mm by 55mm.  
Brunswick Rifle Bullet
$45.00 Brunswick Rifle 2 Groove .69 Caliber Bullet. 
Nathanial Oates (Hampshire County, WV) Kentucky Rifle Brass Side Plate
$100.00 Nathanial Oates was born in Hampshire County, West Virginia in 1824. Excellent condition.  Approximately 4&1/2 inches in length. 
British Knapsack Hook
$35.00 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.  
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