Here's One You Don't See With Inspectors Mark C E W, Charles E Wilson Marked Box Plate, Full lead, Booth Loops, Face Has Been Cleaned But You Never See His Mark On Plates Like This, You Do See Them On Cavalry Sabers. Charles E Wilson Was A Federal Inspector In 1862.
Excellent Gutter Back Frame Buckle, Note Screw Heads In The Gutter. Mullinax States " These Secured The Original Pattern Plate To A Board For Easy Handling During The Casting Process:".
New, US Buckle Maker Marked E Gaylord. This Buckle Was Found In An attic Of A Circa 1830's-1840's Home On 410 N. Loudon St. Winchester, Va. The House Was Occupied By The Williams Family For Generations. The House Next Door Was Known As fort Loudon Built Under The Supervision of George Washington. Left Handed Buckle As The Studs Are Under The S.
Rare Medium Size US Buckle, One Edge Has Been Folded But It's All There Minus A Small Amount Of Chipping Around The Edge.
Excellent Confederate U Tongue Frame Buckle In Excellent Condition. Beautiful Emerald Green Patina. This Is The Medium Size, Ref. Plate 182 In Mullinax Buckle Book.
Absolutely Gorgeous Imported Confederate Snake Buckle All Pieces Dug Together In A Confederate Camp Near Moss Neck Manor. Buckle Is In Fantastic Condition.
Rare South Carolina Breast Plate Converted To Belt Buckle Dug On The Gaines Mill Battlefield By Tom Everette. The Back Has Been Stabilized With A Bit Of Glue. Plate Has Been Over Cleaned, Very Nice Detail & 100% Authentic.
New, Here We Have A Killer CSA Rectangle Belt Plate With A Beautiful Emerald Green Patina. The Air Vent Blew Through Creating The Casting Flaw Under The S. The Border Is Indented For The Period By The A. This Excellent "Atlanta Arsenal" Style CSA Rectangle Belt Plate Will No Doubt Be The Center Piece To Any Civil War Buckle Collection. All Three Hooks Are Present, No Repairs What So Ever. Same Example Can Be Seen In Steve Mullinax's Confederate Buckle Book On Page 57 Plate 093
US Cratridge Box Plate With Brass Loops, These Cartridge Box Plates Are Associated With Ohio Troops. Full Lead Both Loops Intact. Excellent Condition.
New, Here We Have A Beautiful Rev. War/ War of 1812 Clipped Corner Shoulder Belt Plate With A Beautiful Green Patina. 6 Fastenings Studs On The Back. Plate Measures 60MM X 75MM
New, 59 MM Burnside Breast Plate In Fantastic Condition. Full Lead Both Iron Loops Are Present Except For A Very Small Amount On The Top Of One Of The Loops. Very Nice Example. These Plates Are Associated With Maine Troops As They Are Mostly Found In 9th Corp Camps. A Similar Example Can Be Found In American Military Belt Plates By Michael J. O'Donell & J. Duncan Campbell Page 283 Plate # 448
New, Triple Marked Carbine Sling Buckle E Gaylord Chicopee Mass, US & T J Shepard. Markings Are A Bit Faint But They Are There. Bat Wing Was Not Dug With The Buckle But Displays Wonderfully.
New, Confederate CS "Rope Border" Belt Buckle. As Can Be Seen The Plate Had A Bit Of Rim Damage That Was Beautifully Restored, With 99% Of The Original Buckle Intact. This Is An Excellent Confederate Buckle That Will Be A Great Addition To Any Civil War Collection.
New, Triple Marked Federal Breast Plate In Excellent Condition, Beautiful Face, Both Iron Loops Are Present On The Back With A Little Bit Of Lead Missing Mostly Around The Rim. Plate Is Marked WH Wilkinson, US, & The Inspector's Name Of TJ Shepard. You Don't See These Come Up For Sale Every Day And This One Is An Exceptional Example.