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Union Buckles and Plates

USBP 3. Dug State Of New York Militia Belt Plate.

This one is an Empire State beauty. Flawless with a fantastic patina. Found near Vicksburg, MS.

$895.00 HOLD M.B.

USBP 4. Dug U.S. Breastplate for Cartridge Box Sling.

Really nice example with full lead and both attachment loops intact. Provenance uncertain, comes from an East Tennessee relic hunter’s collection.


USBP 5. Early Federal Shako Hat Plate Insignia.

Excellent condition. This large U.S. Hat Plate is sharply detailed with a Federal Eagle perched on a shield in front of cannons and war trophies. Ca. 1830’s.


USBP 6. Dug US Cavalryman’s Carbine Sling Buckle.

Excellent condition with the brass “bat wing” tip. Exactly how it was found long ago by Dan Wingate. Provenance of North GA.


USBP 7. Dug U.S. Enlisted Man’s Belt Plate.

This buckle has a fantastic patina. Note remnants of leather belt on the hooks. Dug near Spotsylvania Court House, VA. Originally purchased from Roger Catlett in the 1970’s.


USBP 8. US M-1851 Officer’s Sword Belt Plate struck by a Canister Ball.

According to the note, this grisly relic was dug on the Antietam Battlefield way back in 1955. Quite extraordinary. Ex. “Hap” Hazard Collection.


USBP 9. Bullet struck US Enlisted Man’s Belt Plate.

It is as simple as this, Yankees came South to invade and many did not make it back. This buckle has without question been struck with a conical bullet at high velocity. I doubt that the wearer survived. Found at a skirmish site near Summerville GA. and once part of Charlie Harris’ long time collection. He is the author of the popular reference book “Civil War Relics of the Western Campaigns”.

$1495.00 HOLD M.K.

  USBP 10. U.S. M-1839 Enlistedman’s Belt Plate maker marked “E. GAYLORD”.

Perfect example with original belt adjuster. Strong “E. GAYLORD” maker stamp.


USBP 11. Dug U.S. M-1851 Officer’s Sword Belt Buckle.

Superb condition with a great patina. Note integral cast brass wreath. Found near Corinth MS. 


USBP 12. Dug Ohio Volunteer Militia Cartridge Box Plate.

Historical provenance and good condition though missing attachment loops. Found behind Battery Robinett at Corinth, MS. A great looking and scarce plate for the money.

$1250.00 HOLD J.S.

 USBP 13. Dug US Breastplate for Cartridge Box Sling marked “BOYD & SONS BOSTON”.

Nice looking plate with both attachment loops intact. Clear “BOYD & SONS BOSTON” makers mark on reverse. Dug near Corinth MS.


USBP 14. Dug US M-1839 Enlistedman’s Belt Plate.

You can see that this beauty was dug long ago. Perfect. Watertown Arsenal contract pattern. Provenance of Northern VA.


USBP 15. U.S. M-1851 Enlisted Man’s Saber Belt Plate.

Worn by enlisted Cavalry and Artillerymen. Beautiful untouched patina with notable service wear. A particularly nice example that saw action in the struggle. 


USBP 16. Dug U.S. Enlisted Man’s Belt Plate.

Nice example of the arrowhead hook type. This variant was most likely produced under contract by the Watertown Arsenal in New York. Provenance uncertain. Great buckle.


USBP 17. Excavated U.S. M-1851 Officer’s Sword Belt Plate.

Nice looking example with the integrally cast wreath. Provenance uncertain.