Confederate Belt Buckles & Plates

CSBP 1. Dug Confederate Enlisted Man’s Belt Plate.

Excellent condition. Dug near Huntsville, AL. This is the very plate pictured on the cover of Mullinax’s Confederate Buckle Book.



CSBP 2. Dug Confederate Enlisted Man’s Belt Buckle.

Rare variant. Very thick type in flawless condition. Dug near Petersburg, VA. on private property.



CSBP 3. Dug Confederate Enlistedman’s Belt Buckle.

Very nice and untouched Large size “Wisbone” Frame buckle that was dug at Varina, VA. near Richmond.



CSBP 4. Dug North Carolina Militia Sword Belt Buckle.

Beautiful Buckle. Wreath and tongue dug within a few miles of each other by different diggers near Fredericksburg, VA. Match is perfect in both fit and color. One of the rarest of the Southern State Buckles.


CSBP 5. Dug Louisiana Militia Belt Plate.

A little rough around the edges but still displays very nicely. No repairs and  retains all three hooks on the back. Soldier has also carved his initials in the lead. Dug near Stephens City, VA. by Tim Lansberry.


CSBP 6. Dug Confederate Enlisted Man’s “Wishbone” Frame Buckle.

Rare small size “baby” Fork tongue or “wishbone” Frame Buckle in flawless condition. Dug near Camden, Arkansas.



CSBP 7. Confederate Enlisted Man’s large size “Wishbone” Frame Buckle.

Untouched example with a pea green patina. Dug near Harper’s Ferry, VA.



CSBP 8. Dug Confederate Enlisted Man’s Belt Buckle.

Here is a very nice excavated example of the large size “standard” Confederate Frame Buckle. Dug near Corinth, MS. The buckle is totally untouched with the dirt still on it.



CSBP 9. Dug Georgia Militia Cartridge Box Plate.

Stone mint. Dug near Fredericksburg, VA.



CSBP 10. Dug Confederate Enlisted Man’s “Standard” Frame Buckle.

Honest buckle worn on campaign by a hard marching Confederate Infantryman. Nice patina. Dug near Winchester, VA.



CSBP 11. Dug Confederate Saddle Shield.

Nice unmarked example. Dug near Richmond, VA.



 CSBP 12. Confederate Enlisted Man’s Waist Belt.

Stunning condition and absolutely untouched. This Atlanta Arsenal belt and buckle has been together since it was issued over 150 years ago. Straight out of a 40+ year collection in which there were three CSA Belt Rigs. This one was the finest of the lot and one of the best in existence.




 CSBP 13.  Dug Confederate Enlisted Man’s Belt Plate.

Beautiful Eleven Star CS that was dug 5 years ago near High Point, NC. This one has a beautiful light green patina.



CSBP 14. Dug Confederate Saber Belt Buckle Tongue.

One of several styles of Virginia pattern CS buckles. Dug near Fredericksburg, VA. Ready for a matching wreath.