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Z1332     Excavated Cavalry Crossed Sabers Regulation 1858

Description: Very nice complete pair of crossed swords. This one is a bit wavy but complete and void of any cracks or repairs.

Measures: 1.75" x 3.25"

Recovered: Fairfax, Virginia

Price: $250.00

Z1322     Excavated Cavalry Crossed Sabers Regulation 1858

Description: Excellent set of crossed sabers recovered by Ron Stonelake in North Anna, Virginia. This piece is slightly wavy. There are no cracks or repairs. It has Ron's number on the back and still retains three of the original attachment loops. This relic will come with a map showing the vicinity in which it was located. It was recovered near the Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad along Long Creek just opposite of the Chandler House.

Measures: 1.75" x 3.25"

Recovered: North Anna, Virginia by Ron Stonelake

Price: $295.00

Z1319     Excavated Cavalry Crossed Sabers Regulation 1858

Description: Very nice crossed sabers recovered from the Shiloh area. This piece is a little wavy yet intact without any breaks or repairs. This one is missing all the attachment loops which is common on dug examples.

Measures: 1.75" x 3.5"

Recovered: Shiloh

Price: $250.00

Z1279     Excavated Carbine Sling Swivel

Description: Here is a nice excavated carbine sling swivel with the spring still intact. The exact recovery area of this one is unknown. It has been cleaned and coated.

Measures: 3" x 8.75"

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $125.00

Z1276     Excavated/Early Pickup/Barn Find Carbine Sling Swivel

Description: Here is a very nice carbine sling buckle that is missing the spring. This one has been cleaned and coated for your enjoyment. It is said to have come from Franklin, Tennessee and may be a bard find based on the condition.

Measures: 3" x 8.75"

Recovered: Franklin, Tennessee

Price: $125.00

Z1275     US Bit Boss from a M1859 Bridle Bit

Description: Nice excavated US bit boss. This one has a dark patina and both pins attached. It has some rust remnants on the backside and may have come out of a trashpit.

Measures: 1.25" x 2"

Recovered: Spanish Fort, Alabama

Price: $40.00

Z1268     Regulation 1841 Carbine Sling Buckle (Maker Marked)

Description: Here is a nice carbine sling buckle that was dug by a friend of mine a few years ago off of Valley Road. This one still had leather on it when it came out of the hole. This one is triple marked and is slightly wavy. This one is marked, "T.J.Shepard / US / E.Gaylord Chicopee Mass."

Measures: 51 mm x 82 mm

Recovered: Maryland Heights, MD. East Side by Matt Edwards off of Valley Road

Price: $175.00

Z1266     Regulation 1841 Carbine Sling Buckle and Batwing

Description: Nice excavated carbine sling buckle and batwing from the Murfreesboro, Tennessee area. Both flippers are intact and move freely. This one has a pleasing patina and it's slightly wavy. There is a slight diggers kiss on the outer edge that was done years ago. It is already starting to obtain patina and isn't noticeable but it is mentioned for exactness.

Measures: 50 mm x 84 mm

Recovered: Murfreesboro, Tennessee

Price: $125.00

Z1239     Confederate Script "C" Cavalry Button

Description: Here is a very nice excavated script "C" cavalry button. This one has a nice pleasing patina. The only issue with this button is the shank is bent over but still intact. There are no cracks and the face is perfect!

Backmark: "S. ISAACS CAMPBELL & CO. / (dot) LONDON (dot) / 71. JERMYN. ST." dm  outer ring of dots, inner solid ring.

Measures: 22.47mm

Recovered: Orange, Virginia

Price: $395.00

Z1208     Civil War Carbine Sling Swivel

Description:  Here is a decent maker marked carbine sling swivel. This one is marked, "O.B. North & Co. / New Haven Ct." This one has a very bright finish and is in working order. There are a few light rust spots on the clip which would clean up easily. There is one portion of the larger bar that is a little crusty with iron.

Measures: 3" x 8.75"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $95.00

Z1202     Model 1859 Cavalry Curb Bit with US Bit Bosses

Description: Here is a very nice barn condition bit that has been cleaned and coated. This one has a high port that almost reaches the rein slots. Both bit bosses are firmly attached and have a nice patina. This one still has the lower bar attached. The only issue with this bit is that it's slightly bent out of square and was tweeked at one point in time.

Measures: 5" x 9.5"

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $225.00 SOLD

Z1201     Regulation 1841 Carbine Sling Buckle

Description: Here is a carbine sling buckle that appears to have been dug in a sandy area or perhaps a fire pit. Fortunately, this one isn't bent too far out of shape like most examples. There is still one full flipper and part of another. Neither of them are movable.

Measures: 51mm x 81mm

Recovered: Chancellorsville, Virginia

Price: $65.00

Z1199     Model 1859 Cavalry Curb Bit (Field Modified)

Description: Here is an interesting Cavalry curb bit. This is your typical M59 bit missing both of the bit bosses. This example has a very low port. The most interesting thing about this one is the field modification. One of the cheek pieces broke off and was modified with a broken part of another bit. A new cheek piece was hand forged and attached with two rose head nails. This piece is slightly out of square due to having a handmade piece attached but obviously served its purpose. This is a great example of field ingenuity! Based on the look of the metal this was an early pickup or barn find and it's been cleaned and coated.

Measures: 6" x 8.5"

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $95.00

Z1182     Federal Eagle "C" Cavalry Coat Button

Description: Here is a great eagle Cavalry button with a very slick patina. This one was recovered in Mine Run, Virginia by Robert Stonelake. This one is missing the shank but has an excellent backmark. There are no pushes or cracks throughout the body.

Backmark: "HORSTMANN'S / NY & PHI " dm between two rings of dots

Measures: 20.76

Recovered: Mine Run Virginia by Robert Stonelake

Price: $65.00

Z1181     Federal Eagle "C" Cavalry Overcoat Button

Description: Here is a very nice excavated Cavalry button. This one is an overcoat size and still has plenty of gilt surrounding the eagle. The shank is intact and the button doesn't have any dents or cracks.

Backmark: Illegible

Measures: 22.67 mm

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $85.00

Z1180     Federal Eagle "C" Cavalry Coat Button

Description: Here is a very nice excavated eagle Cavalry button. This one still has a good bit of gold left in the right places. The stand up shank is intact and there is still a bit of thread left. There are no dents, cracks, or pushes on this example.

Backmark: "SCOVILL MF'G CO. / (dot) WATERBURY. (dot) " dm between rings of dots

Measures: 20.62mm

Recovered: Petersburg, Va.

Price: $90.00

Z1176     Regulation 1841 Carbine Sling Buckle

Description: Here is a nice excavated carbine sling buckle. This one is intact and the flippers are frozen in place. The middle bar is slightly bent and the outer end edges are slightly wavy.

Measures: 51mm x 85mm

Recovered: Wilderness, Virginia

Price: $95.00

Z1109     Federal Eagle "C" Coat Button

Description: Nice excavated cavalry coat button. This one was recovered from an early war camp in Bakerton, West Virginia. The face still retains a lot of gilt but the back is pushed and cracked around the shank.

Backmark: W.H. SMITH & CO NEW YORK rmdc

Measures: 22.41mm

Recovered: Bakerton, West Virginia

Price: $60.00

Z1094   Section of a Patented Two Part Spur

Description: Here is a very interesting spur. This one would have originally been made up of two parts. This piece would have been tacked into the back of a boot heel. The neck and rowel portion would have slipped down into the back of this piece and locked in place. This one is a little wavy but still retains it's original shape. The inside is stamped "211" and the patent information is on the inside. This particular variant is a little different from the one listed in in Crouch's spur book!

Measures: 1" x 2"

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $50.00

Z1079     Excavated Model 1833 Brass Stirrup for the Grimsley Artillery Driver's Saddle

Description: Here is a very nice brass stirrup for the Grimsley artillery saddle. This one has the opening of 1.5" which is thought to be for the artillery saddle rather than the Dragoon saddle with a 1.35" opening. This one is in very nice condition! The tread is stippled and unbent. Most excavated examples I have seen have bent treads from heavy use. This particular stirrup was in use as you can clearly see wear on certain parts if you look closely. This would make a great addition to any Cavalry or Artillery collection!

Measures: 5" x 6.25"

Recovered: Unknown

Price: $175.00

 

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