About Civil War Plates Shop the extensive inventory of fashion including men's belt buckles! Skip to main Group sex fest. Civil War Plates Refine Results. Browse Related Browse Related. Also shop in Also shop in. Civil War Relic Lock Plate. This item is from the estate of an avid civil war collector. Up for auction is a very nice early dug Canteen mess plate. Made from Union Bullseye Canteen. They were easily melted in fire to make mess plates or boiler. This one has small Union breast plate hole punched Civil War Relic U. The face shows two areas where the iron hooks have broken through, and both hooks are missing. The rim is straight and has only a couple of very minor dings. The back has retained most of its lead. A great addition to your collection. Found about forty years ago, the plate has good detail, with a couple of iron nodules from the hooks, which are gone. USA oval buckle is made with an antiqued finish. Original good used condition. Authentic from the Civil war era. Image is on glass. Clasp catch is present. It is fully complete with hook on the reverse. The silver wreath i Summer jobs for teens in philadephia item in the images is Union breast plate a model. Sixth plate full case Tintype. Chest shot of Confederate Soldier holding rifle with bayonet. Foxing on part of the face. This is a 6th plate Ambrotype of a Civil War soldier, plus a small tintype of him in uniform. This is a nice combo of before the war and during the war. Nice 6th plate civil war tintype that pictures a soldier sitting in uniform with gold leaf on buttons. This all solid brass replica belt plate will Big naked breast pictures make you wonder I love blonde boys age. It is made to look just like the a antique. We Union breast plate in high quality reproduction antiques. Many of these reproductions Excellent dug eagle Brest Plate with both loops Ali larter pussy in the wilderness battlefield area! Condition is as seen but overall it is solid and Union breast plate shape for over years in the ground! This page was last updated: Number of bids and bid amounts may be slightly out of date. See each listing for international shipping options and costs.
Default By popularity By average rating By newness By price. A great authentic Civil War bayonet. The scabard is a multi rivet later war model with some loss of original black coating. Leather is not stuff and the bayonet comes in and our very easily. Complete museum documentation COA Provided. Certified by The Gettysburg Museum of History. Please see our other items. Also note when browsing our web site there are several pages of items, at the bottom of the list look for other page numbers. A fair-good condition leather Civil War cap box. Used by bother sides, this is a Federal Union issue box. Every Civil War Infantry Soldier would have a cap box if using a percussion cap weapon. The leather is fair to good, it does open see pics but is a bit fragile. Has expected wear but overall good-fair condition. An authentic very nice leather belt that is flexible and good condition. The belt buckle is a U. The cap box is in very good condition, an extra hole was made by the soldier, and initials scratched in the face of the box see photos. A very fine set. Has expected wear but overall good condition. A very nice early model U. The leather is very flexible and not stiff at all. The tins are not easily removable hard to pull out but they are there. A very nice U. The closer tab is torn. The straps on the back are solid. A very nice and solid not rotted piece of hard pine with a fired 3 ring. You can clearly see where the wood grew around this bullet meaning this was from a living tree not a fence post or wood from a building. Also note the black area that is sap that seeped and dried, this was the tree responding to the trauma of the bullet strike. Bullets in wood are some of the most asked for Civil War relics. They are getting very difficult to find. They almost exclusively come from old collections at this point and are almost never found by relic hunters anymore. A very historic battlefield recovered relic. Found years ago in an area that was not National Park at the time. Don't miss this unique opportunity. A historic museum piece, A well documented authentic example from Fredericksburg. A good condition leather Civil War cap box. Has the maker mark...
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This fine example was dug near Fredericksburg VA. Attachment loops rusted away. Found on private property west of the Shiloh Tn. Battlefield about five years ago. Really nice example with full lead and both attachment loops intact. Hat Plate is sharply detailed with a Federal Eagle perched on a shield in front of cannons and war trophies. Mint condition with copious silver plating. This buckle has a fantastic patina. Note remnants of leather belt on the hooks. Rare large size with the fat OVM letters. Excellent condition with intact iron wire hooks. Provenance of Atlanta Campaign. Superb condition with a great patina. Note integral cast brass wreath. Found near Corinth MS. Untouched condition with intact attachment hooks. No repairs or monkey business. Verbal Provenance of Northern VA. Nice looking plate with both attachment loops intact. Dug near Corinth MS. Early Boyd and Sons of Boston contract pattern unmarked in great condition. Found in the Shiloh-Corinth area. Standard Watertown Arsenal Contract Pattern in flawless condition. Worn by enlisted Cavalry and Artillerymen. Beautiful untouched patina with notable service wear. A particularly nice example that saw action in the struggle. Belt Plate is flawless with a great untouched patina. This fantastic plate is in great condition with a super smooth chocolate brown patina. If you are looking for a killer dug US Belt Plate with a strong maker mark, here it is. Dug on the Gaines Mill VA. Battlefield by Tom Everette. Nice example of the arrowhead hook type. This variant was most likely produced under contract by the Watertown Arsenal in New York. Breast Plate in immaculate condition. I Civil War Bullets Vol. Union Buckles and Plates. Scarcer small pattern in fantastic condition. Dug at Bovina MS.
Civil War Relic U.S. Eagle Breast Plate Dug in Petersburg, Virginia. $ . Original Civil War Ambrotype Photo Union Soldier in Uniform 1/9 Plate Size. A Civil War breastplate is actually an accoutrement worn on the long leather cartridge box sling, or strap, of the Union soldiers. The strap was worn so that is. Was thinking of purchasing this Union Eagle Breastplate. I wanted to ask your opinion on it before I do though. I compared this variation to other. Produced as matching sets by Emerson Gaylord with State Seal Breastplates and “OVM” Belt Plates. This fine example was dug near Fredericksburg VA. and. CS & US Box Plates and Breastplates from the Civil War era. Use for authentic reenactments or memorabilia. Buy at C&C Sutlery.
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