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US-CS-BP-3  Regulation 1855 Pattern Rifleman Enlisted Belt Plate Ca 1855 - 1862. This plate is a French design copied from the 1847 chasseur a pied accoutrements with a frog for the saber bayonet of the Model 1855 Rifle and slides which linked with the 1855 pattern knapsack. This plate saw early war use but was rendered obsolete by the Model 1861 Rifle Accoutrements. This plate is known to have been worn by both C.S. and U.S. troops. This example has a nice mustard [patina and displays very well with no bumps, dings or bends as is often the case $499.00



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US-BP-2 Here is a piece from one of the most storied battles of the Civil War, the Battle of New Market. The Battle was fought on May 15, 1864, in Virginia during the Valley Campaigns of 1864. A makeshift Confederate army of 4,100 men, which included cadets from the Virginia Military Institute (VMI), defeated Union Major General Franz Sigel and his Army of the Shenandoah. A really neat relic and who knows maybe a VMI Cadet ripped this off some yankee belt! $150.00



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BP-2 Very nice Volunteer Militia of Maine “baby” size plate dug at Port Hudson, Louisiana by Billy Spedale years ago. and he marked the back of the plate. These small plates with single arrow hooks and tongue were standard equipment for Maine troops. This one has a nice greenish brown patina and a few bumps and bruises but is rock solid and is priced accordingly $895.00



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CBP-1 Volunteer Militia Of  Maine Cartridge Box Plate. This scarce plate was dug at Port Hudson, Louisiana by Billy Spedale years ago. Very desirable plate from the longest siege of the Civil War. It has a little bleed through on the last “M” and a couple of cracks and is priced accordingly $695.00



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CS2 A very nice C.S. Gutterback plate with a bonus, the soldier engraved his initials on the face of the plate. “H.W.” there is also a small “x” to the left of the “H” which may indicate this is way it is to be read: “ H.W. rather than “M.H.”
The buckle has a small freeze crack but does not distract from this terrific soldier marked piece. Verbal Provenance to Stafford County, Virginia and from a well known collection that will be disclosed to the buyer upon purchase. 59mm x 65mm. Similar buckle listed in Keim’s book figure 325 page 203.
$675.00



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CS-US6 Regulation 1855 Pattern Rifleman Enlisted Belt Plate Ca 1855 - 1862. This plate is a French design copied from the 1847 chasseur a pied accoutrements with a frog for the saber bayonet of the Model 1855 Rifle and slides which linked with the 1855 pattern knapsack. This plate saw early war use but was rendered obsolete by the Model 1861 Rifle Accoutrements. This plate is known to have been worn by both C.S. and U.S. troops. This example was recovered in a C.S. Camp in Stafford County, Virginia and has a great greenish/brown patina.
$399.00


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