The following are for sale and are lifetime
guaranteed. For a more detailed picture and description, just double click
the thumbnail. E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
with questions or to order.
Blakeslee Six Tube Quickloader. Extremely
rare. Five hundred of this first pattern were ordered and issued
during the War. Please email me for details on this fantastic piece.
Austrian Lorenze Bayonet Scabbard. US
contractor made for
the Austrian two-band rifle. There are far more bayonets than
scabbards and this is a hard to find pattern. In excellent,
un-issued condition. One remaining.
Pictures on request
Navy Fuse Boxes.
I have a number of these with 1863 and 1864 dates and different Navy Yard
markings. Each comes with an unopened packet of fuses. Choice,
M1832 Artillery White Buff Sword Belt with sword
frog and an 1839 Pattern Artillery two-piece waist belt plate having
“U.S.” (O&C #252). Very good. The leather is dirty but supple and
the belt plate has a dark untouched patina.
Field Officer's folded leather belt rig.
Finely made sword belt with cast M1851 brass eagle plate (has early narrow
M1851 Enlistedman's Belt Rig. Buff leather
with applied silver wreath plate and shoulder strap (a correct to the
period replacement). One hanger broken.
M1851 Enlistedman's Belt Rig. Minty buff leather
with applied silver wreath plate with original shoulder and both hanger
straps. Clear maker mark. Only downside to this beauty is that
a previous owner added his name to the reverse. Hard to find a
better display piece.
Cavalry Carbine Cartridge
Box. W. H. Wilkinson maker marked
with cartouche. Missing wooden block, otherwise excellent leather
and in sound, and very nice condition.
Have three, this one is the best value. If you'd like a better one,
let me know by email.
Infantry Cartridge Box. R. Nece marked box for .69
caliber musket. Pattern of July, 1864 without embossed US.
One of the 700 pieces that Nece tried unsuccessfully to sell to the US
government at the end of the war. Missing one roller buckle.
Percussion Cap Box. Crossman marked.
With both belt loops and whole tab. No wool and one of the end covers is
loose. Flap is somewhat stiff. An excellent display example.
Percussion Cap Box. One belt loop has
torn. Tab is whole. No wool. Leather is somewhat stiff.
An excellent display example.
Percussion Cap Box. O. S. Williams
marked. With both belt loops and torn tab. No wool. Leather is
supple. An excellent display example.