Bob Walker -

State of New York Belt Plate. This beautiful example of a SNY plate appears to have come from a ship wreck along the Atlantic coast where it spent some time in the salt water causing the iron attachment hooks to rot off. Full lead.
                        Wonderful face for display.

#812                                                                  $395
Civil War regulation belt with US plate and brass 
retainer clip complete and original. Belt marked by 
sub inspector H,H.Hartzel(?). One hole for plate has 
an easily repaired tear. Obviously a vetern and still reasonably priced.

#1219                                                     $375
Civil War Regulation Belt
NCO Shoulder Belt Plate, pattern 1826. A 
non-excavated plate with good patina. a very 
nice face with no defects, full lead and all three 
attaching hooks. See O'donnell & Campbell #455

#1307                                                      $395
 Sergeant's Brass Shoulder Scales. Original surplus Civil War, unused, complete including all mounting tabs and black buffer on underside. Sergeants scales are different from enlisted men as the bottom side is also finished and has a clam shell, not concave edge. They still have the original clear coating  that kept them from tarnishing. One scale has minor scuffing to the clear finish that is meant to be polished off. The only flaw is a ding in the center of one scale. A great and complete example.

#740                                                                                                                                                           $375
Batty Peace Flask. Very early 1st contract (1837) model. Stamped 1850 and Batty on the top. Also correct, untrimmed SYKES patent graduated spout. Inspector stamp is a small "L.B.C." also on the top of the spout body. The top section is all good and complete with original spring still functioning. Brass spout body is held to the copper body with 3 small original screws. The top, original strap loop and body are all good with no solder added.  Considering this flask was  in use during the 2nd Seminole and American Civil War it is in really good shape.  Excellent original condition. One of the nicest reasonably priced early martial flasks you could possibly find.  See Rilings,  Powder Flask Book #857.

#CW1138                                                                                   $395
Letters & Numbers!  Through the years I have accumulated many Civil War era Company letters and numbers. Some are brass some are plated. Most have come form of original attachment device on the back. Just a few are dug. Let me know what you need - size/finish etc and I will try to match it up.

$10 - $45 EACH


- ALL 50+ $400 -
State of New York Belt Plate
NCO Shoulder Belt Plate
Sergeant's Brass Shoulder Scales
Batty Peace Flask
Letters & Numbers
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