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Updated 10-25-20

WP 1. Fantastic US M-1860 Colt Army Revolver .44 Cal.

Take a good look at this one. All matching serial # 92639 (except for wedge). Thinning factory blue finish on barrel with deeper finish in the recesses. Case colors still present on parts of the frame. Strong cylinder scene and barrel address. Cylinder pins intact. Action is very crisp and tight. Original walnut grips have sharp edges and US Military Inspector Cartouches. Bore is mint. Early 1863 production. If you are looking for a “King Daddy” Colt Army for your collection, here it is.

$7995.00

 

CSBP 1. Confederate Officer’s Sword Belt. Early war Leech and Rigdon Pattern. 

Good overall condition with some leather loss which is common on composite belts. Tongue and Wreath CS Buckle is magnificent and obviously a first generation casting. Note “L” stamp on wreath which is indicative of Leech and Rigdon (Memphis Novelty Works). Really sharp oak leaf and acorns motif. This early war belt is quite scarce.

$6995.00

 

CSBP 2. Confederate Officer’s Sword Belt Buckle. Richmond Arsenal Pattern.

Outstanding example with an untouched patina. This pattern is also found on enlisted Confederate Cavalry and Artillery saber belt rigs. Mint condition. Ex. M.E. “Mac” Mason Collection.

$3995.00

 

ART 1. US 3″ Type I Hotchkiss Percussion Fused Shell.

This is the early war pattern (note lack of flame grooves). Appears to be a dropped early battlefield pick up. Hotchkiss Percussion Fuse screws out and is in excellent condition. Mostly legible “October 1855” Hotchkiss Patent cast into base cup. Apparently this shell was found in Tennessee. Ex. Bill Erquit Collection.

$475.00 

 

ART 2. Sectioned US 24 lb. Bormann Fused Case Shot.

This projectile packed a brutal punch indeed. Massive and deadly with a copious load of shrapnel. Skilled artillerists would explode these over the heads of advancing enemy troops causing gaping holes in their lines. This ammunition was designed for the 24 lb. Howitzer. Shell is perfectly sectioned exposing shrapnel balls in black pitch matrix, Bormann time fuse and powder chamber.

$350.00

 

ART 3. US Hotchkiss Percussion Fuse.

Good condition. Found by the late Johnny Bobo. Relic of the Atlanta Campaign.

$65.00 

 

ART 4. Dug group of US 3″ Hotchkiss Shell Fragments from the April 1865 Five Forks VA. Battlefield.

Large Hotchkiss fragment, base cup and lead sabot fragment dug by the late Arthur Lehman near Five Forks, VA.

$45.00 

 

MS 1. Dug Confederate Cavalryman’s Spur.

Unusually large spur. Common Confederate Arsenal Pattern. Iron rowell intact but quite rusty. Provenance of North Ga.

$175.00

 

MS 2. Dug Confederate .577 Cal. Enfield bullet in wood fragment.

Found many years ago by Bill Erquit in the wake of the Atlanta Campaign. 

$75.00

 

CART 1. Confederate Enfield Pattern Cartridge from Columbus GA. Arsenal .577 Cal.

Very good condition. This cartridge originally came from a package of ten marked ” Columbus Arsenal” and comes from the collection of the late Tom Henrique. Minor powder leak at the bottom end. A fitting accessory for your Confederate Enfield Rifle Musket.

$250.00

 

CART 2. CS/US “Buck and Ball” Cartridge .69 Cal.

Excellent condition. This type has the buck shot loaded below the ball. Perfect accessory for your M-1816 through M-1842 Military Smooth Bore Musket. Ex. Tom Henrique collection.

$295.00

 

CART 3. US Smith Cavalry Carbine Cartridge. Carboard Cased Variant .50 Cal.

This mid war type was an improvement over the rubber cased cartridge which tended to get stuck in the breech. Excellent condition. Ex. Tom Henrique collection.

$175.00

 

CART 4. US Smith Cavalry Carbine Cartridge. Rubber Cased Variant .50 Cal.

Excellent condition. Original Rubber Cased design which after several firings tended to get stuck in the breech. Later supplanted by the Cardboard Cartridge and then the Poultney Paper and Foil type. Excellent condition.

$295.00

 

CART 5. Enfield Pattern Cartridge .577 Cal.

Nice cartridge. Standard type. These were imported by the Confederacy from England in large quantities. A fitting accessory for your Confederate Enfield Rifle Musket.

$250.00

 

CART 6. US Starr Cavalry Carbine Cartridge .54 Cal.

Scarce to find. Classic blue paper cartridge in superb condition. Ready to display with your Starr Carbine.

$175.00

 

CART 7. Scarce Packet of six D.C. Sage “Seamless Skin” Navy Revolver Cartridges.36 Cal.

Excellent untouched condition. Clear label. Here is what you need to display with your Civil War Navy Revolver.

$495.00 

 

CART 8. Rare 10 Gauge Shotgun Cartridge by Eley.

Scarce cartridge in great condition with original orange Eley label. The buckshot is packed in a wire cage wrapped with paper. These were imported from England for use by Confederate Cavalry forces.

$125.00

 

CART 9. US Maynard Cavalry Carbine Cartridge .50 Cal.

Perfect brass cased cartridge. Early type with pointed nose. Display with your first or second model Maynard Carbine.

$75.00

 

CART 10. Early US Maynard Cavalry Carbine Cartridge .50 Cal.

Very rare 1st type with round ball. Display with your first or second model Maynard Carbine.

$250.00

 

CART 11. US Maynard Cavalry Carbine Cartridge .50 Cal.

Perfect brass cased cartridge. Common flat tipped variant. Display with your first or second model Maynard Carbine.

$45.00

 

CART 12. US Maynard Cavalry Carbine Cartridge .37 Cal.

Scarce cartridge in flawless condition. Display with your first model .37 Cal. Maynard Carbine.

$95.00

 

CART 13. Type II US Williams Cleaner Cartridge .58 Cal.

High quality example with blue paper. Ex. Tom Henrique collection.

$165.00

 

MS 8. Heavy Brass US Mounted Dragoon or Artillery Stirrup with “T.&T. FAIRBANKS & Co. St. JOHNSBURY VT.” Maker Stamp.

Scarce maker mark. Rarely seen.

$250.00

 

MS 9. WW I US Cavalry Stirrup marked “U.S.” and “GS & BROS.”.

I have never seen this standard iron variant with a “U.S.” or a maker stamp. This one has both. Condition is excellent. This pattern evidently stayed the same for many years. Identical to the standard US Civil War stirrup.

$20.00

 

CSBP 2. Dug Confederate “Heavy” Cavalry Carbine Sling Buckle.

Perfect condition and found in Confederate Cavalry camps. This type is quite distinct and much thicker than the Federal Pattern. Found near Petersburg VA.

$395.00

 

MS 10. Dug US Mounted Officer’s Spur.

Heavy scrolled floral pattern in very good condition. Not rare but not common either. Relic of the Big Black River Campaign near Vicksburg, MS.

SOLD

 

CSBP 3. Dug Mississippi Militia Saber Belt Plate.

Flawless example dug many years ago in the Shenandoah Valley near Luray, VA. This is the actual buckle photographed in Steve Mullinax’s first edition of “Confederate Belt Buckles and Plates” book on pg. 159, plate 281. 

$12,500.00 HOLD T.C.

 

CSBP 4. Dug Confederate Enlistedman’s Belt Plate.

Classic “Tennessee” or in this particular case,”Virginia” style CSA Rectangular Belt Plate since it was dug near Petersburg, VA. This pattern is generally thinner than it’s “Atlanta Arsenal” counterpart. Also note thinner border and larger periods between the letters. Condition is superb and it also has a great look with an untouched green patina contrasting perfectly with the dirt. This one is a beauty!

$3450.00 HOLD R.C.

 

CSBP 5. Dug Confederate or State Militia Shoulder Belt Plate.

These stamped brass oval plates are found mostly in early war Confederate camps. Condition is very good with no repairs or issues. Found near Champion Hill, Mississippi by Mike Rejebian.

$295.00

 

CSBP 6. Dug Confederate Enlistedman’s Belt Plate.

My pictures simply don’t do this buckle justice. This Army of Tennessee pattern “CS” has a fantastic emerald green patina and retains 100% of the original black enamel paint in the background. All three “spun” down hooks are present on the reverse. If you are looking for a stunning example of this classic Confederate belt buckle, here it is. Provenance uncertain but probably Tennessee.

HOLD S.W.

 

CSBP 7. Dug Issacs and Campbell Confederate “Snake” Buckle.

Classic example. Dug long ago near the Spotsylvania VA. Battlefield. Condition is excellent with a nice matching oak woods patina. These buckles were issued on accoutrement belts along with knapsacks, cartridge boxes, uniforms and cap boxes. All produced by the firm London firm Issacs, Campbell & Co. These were imported through the Federal blockade in large quantities. See pages 112 and 113 of Steve Mulinax’s “Confederate Belt Buckles and Plates” (expanded edition) reference book for more information and a photo of a Confederate soldier sporting a complete Issacs and Campbell accoutrement set. 

$595.00

 

CSBP 8. South Carolina Militia Sword Belt Buckle.

Here is a top notch example of the classic South Carolina Tongue & Wreath Belt Buckle. Condition is fantastic with 90% original gold plating intact and no repairs or other issues. This type is shown on page 193, plate 353 of Steve Mullinax’s “Confederate Belt Buckles and Plates” reference book (expanded edition). Ex. Walter Lineberger, Ex. Sam Padgett collection.

$6500.00

 

CSBP 9. Dug Confederate Cavalryman’s Carbine Sling Buckle.

Scarce smaller variant in flawless condition with an untouched patina. Found in King George County, VA. See page 100, plate 174 in Steve Mullinax’s “Confederate Belt Buckles and Plates” reference book (expanded edition) for an identical example.

$495.00 

 

CSBP 10. Dug Confederate Enlistedman’s Belt Plate.

Classic “Atlanta Arsenal” style CSA Belt Plate in fabulous condition. Beautiful green patina, perfect hooks on reverse. My pictures don’t do this buckle justice. Note casting flaw on bottom of the “S”. Provenance unknown. Super example.

SOLD

 

USBP 1. Superb Ohio Volunteer Militia Belt Plate.

Great looking and classic “OVM” Belt Buckle in excellent condition. Appears to have been cleaned long ago by the digger.

$2650.00

 

MS 11. Scarce US Militia Officer’s Bridle Bit Rosette.

Rare type and highly detailed, I once had a dug one that was found in a Confederate camp. Still retains leather backing. Reverse is lead filled. Perfect condition.

$350 HOLD L.C.

 

USBP 2. Dug State of New York Militia Belt Plate.

Good honest SNY with all hooks intact on reverse. Dug between Vicksburg and Jackson Mississippi by Mike Rejebian.

$595.00

 

USBP 3. Dug US Eagle Breastplate for Cartridge Box Sling.

Nice example with intact iron sling attachment loops. Dug near Vicksburg MS. by Mike Rejebian.

SOLD

 

USBP 4. Dug US M-1851 Enlistedman’s Saber Belt Buckle.

Beautiful green patina with some slight bends. An attractive example. Dug near Canton Mississippi.

$225.00 

 

USBP 5. Dug M-1839 “Baby” US Enlistedman’s Belt Plate.

Good overall condition. Appears to have been near a camp fire as there is evidence of lead melting on the reverse. Belt hooks present. Found near Vicksburg, MS.

$225.00

 

USBP 6. Dug US Militia Panel Plate ca. 1850.

Great condition with no repairs or issues other than missing belt hooks. This is a scarcer variant. Dug near Champion Hill MS. by Mike Rejebian.

SOLD

 

USBP 7. Ohio Volunteer Militia Belt Plate picked up on the Sept.17th, 1862 Antietam Battlefield.

Historic war relic with old label on reverse. Buckle has a fantastic untouched patina.

SOLD 

 

USBP 8. Dug US M-1851 Enlistedman’s Saber Belt Buckle.

Classic example with an attractive aqua green patina and remnants of silver wreath. Possibly dug in a wet area. Found near Vicksburg MS.

$250.00 

 

USBP 9. Dug US “Burnside” Eagle Breastplate for Cartridge Box Sling.

These small plates are scarce and dug in the wake of the Army of the Potomac. Some experts believe them to have been issued to Maine Militia troops. This example is in very good condition with both iron attachment loops intact. Provenance of Northern VA.

$395.00

 

USBP 10. Dug US Enlistedman’s Belt Plate marked “E. Gaylord”. 

Fine example, near perfect with clear “E. GAYLORD” maker mark. Slick brown patina. Provenance uncertain.

$375.00

 

USBP 11. Dug State of New York Militia Belt Plate. 

Great condition with fragment of leather belt intact on reverse. Nice looking patina. Small area of rim damage. Provenance of Petersburg VA.

$650.00 HOLD R.C.

 

MS 12. Dug US/CS Martingale.

Possibly Confederate or pre-war. Not typical US issue. Good condition with full rim but has some bends. Found near Jackson MS. by Mike Rejebian.

$350.00

 

MS 13. Confederate Holster for Navy Revolver Identified to “P. B. Robison, 7th VA”.

This holster has smooth and supple leather and fits a Colt Navy or Leech and Rigdon Revolver perfectly. I haven’t looked up Robison’s history but a friend who subscribes to Fold 3 found this soldier and he was evidently a Confederate Staff Officer in Virginia. I will leave it up to the buyer to do more research. 

$1495.00 

 

MS 14. Dug US Patriotic Shield Pin.

This neat little relic was probably provided to the soldiers by camp sutlers. Found by Mike Rejebian near Bolton MS. Vicksburg campaign.

$150.00 HOLD H.L.

 

MS 15. Dug US Cavalry Hat Insignia for Kepi or “Hardee” Hat.

Complete with no repairs, exactly as it was found. Dug near Vicksburg MS.

$250.00

 

MS 16. Dug Bugle Mouthpiece found near Culp’s Hill, Gettysburg Battlefield.

Unusual small pattern, truly for a bugle. Once part of the Iva Rosensteel Collection.

$95.00 HOLD J.W.

 

MS 17. Rare Memphis Novelty Works Raking Spur.

This Confederate Cavalryman’s Spur must be rare. It was most likely produced in the early days of Charles Leech and Thomas Rigdon’s operation in Memphis. It is a raking type spur with the stars cast on the strap terminals but no “CS” cast on the back. Dug by Mike Rejebian between Jackson and Vicksburg MS.

SOLD M.E.

 

WP 15. US M-1835/1842 Socket Bayonet .69 Cal.

First US model to utilize the locking ring. A fairly scarce bayonet and a perfect companion to your M-1835 and M-1842 Smoothbore Musket.

$175.00

 

MS 18. Excavated pair of Belt Plate Hooks.

One set is standard Gaylord pattern that will work with US, SNY and many Confederate State oval plates including Arkansas, Georgia, South Carolina, Mississippi and Maryland. The other hooks are for a mid war US pattern belt plate. Both dug by Johnny Bobo near Atlanta GA.

$60.00

 

MS 19. Excavated US Militia Sword Guard Plate.

Most likely from an early US Militia Sword with an Eagle Head Pommel. Guard fragment is silver plated and features a spread winged US Eagle. Cool looking relic. Dug in an Alabama Troops camp. Northern VA.

$195.00

 

MS 20. Dug Horse Head Insignia Pin.

Interesting lead filled pin. Possibly for Cavalry insignia? Dug near Canton MS.

$150.00 HOLD J.B.

 

MS 21. Dug US Artillery Insignia for Kepi or Hardee Hat.

Complete and totally untouched. Found in the wake of the Vicksburg MS. Campaign.

$225.00 

 

MS 22. Dug “100 Ind.” Hat or Uniform Insignia made of Cast Lead. 

Some proud member of the 100th Indiana Volunteer Regt. cast this lead pin in a camp near the Big Black River between Jackson and Vicksburg MS. Very rare insignia. 

$695.00

 

MS 23. Large Dug Clod of Red Clay with dropped .58 Cal. 3 Ring Minie’ dug in a Rifle Pit by Bill Erquitt near the Greenwood Cemetery in 2002. Atlanta Campaign.

Neat relic with solid provenance. Like a moment frozen in the summer of 1864.

$125.00

 

MS 24. Dug Clod of Red Clay with a .52 Cal. Spencer Cartridge Hull dug in a Rifle Pit by Bill Erquitt near the Greenwood Cemetery in 2002. Atlanta Campaign.

Neat relic with solid provenance. Like a moment frozen in the summer of 1864.

$35.00

 

MS 25. Dug Clod of Red Clay with dropped .58 Cal. 3 Ring Minie’ dug in a Rifle Pit by Bill Erquitt near the Greenwood Cemetery in 2002. Atlanta Campaign.

Neat relic with solid provenance. A moment in time frozen in 1864.

$95.00

 

MS 26. Dug Clod of Red Clay with a fired Confederate Enfield Bullet dug in a Rifle Pit by Bill Erquitt near the Greenwood Cemetery in 2002. Atlanta Campaign.

Neat relic with solid provenance. Like a moment frozen in the summer of 1864.

$35.00

 

 ART 1. Dug 12 lb. Confederate “Polygonal” Spherical Shell neatly sectioned.

Superb example of the type that breaks up into diamond shaped shrapnel. Perfectly sectioned. Note casting bubbles and square cavity.

$250.00 per section.

 

ART 2. Dug Confederate 2.9″ Atlanta Arsenal Read-Parrott Shell.

Rare Confederate Shell in excellent condition. Hard to find with intact brass sabot. Note distinct bull nose and rebated bottom section (this reduced chipping when fired). Relic of the Atlanta Campaign. Ex. Bill Erquitt Collection.

SOLD 

 

ART 3. Exploded Confederate 12 lb. “Polygonal” Spherical Shell. 

Totally cool artillery relic! Neatly blown in half and showing five sided lines of weakness cast into the cavity. Found many years ago by Bill Erquitt near Flamingo Dr. Atlanta Campaign.

SOLD

 

 ART 4. Dug 12 lb. Confederate “Polygonal” Spherical Shell neatly sectioned.

Superb example of the type that breaks up into diamond shaped shrapnel. Perfectly sectioned. Note hexagonal cavity.

250.00

 

CSBTN 1. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button with Cloth Fragment of Confederate Jacket.

CS 189, 23 mm. Rare button in superb condition with no pushes and a fantastic slick patina. Shank partially broken. Note sizeable bit of butternut homespun fabric that was found with it. Found in Virginia.

$1850.00

 

CSBTN 2. Dug Confederate Army Staff Officer’s Coat Button.

CS 17, 24 mm. Fantastic example with sharp highlighted details and intact shank. Provenance of Northern VA.

$1495.00

 

CSBTN 3. Dug Confederate Army Staff Officer’s Coat Button.

CS 26 B, 21 mm. High quality button most likely produced by Casimir Rouyer of New Orleans. Considerable gold plating and intact shank. Provenance unknown though this type is mostly found in the Western Theater.

$595.00

 

CSBTN 4. Dug Confederate Army Staff Officer’s Coat Button.

CS 7, 23 mm. Nice looking CS Staff with gold plating. Shank intact. Slight chip on rim. “W. DOWLER SUPERIOR QUALITY” bm. Ex. Bruce Hohler collection.

$995.00

 

CSBTN 5. Dug Confederate General Service Coat Button.

CS 81, 23 mm. Great looking dug example in spite of slight push. Letters nicely highlighted with dirt.”S. BUCKLEY BIRMINGHAM” bm. Found by Mike Rejebian near Petersburg VA.

$395.00 HOLD R.C.

 

CSBTN 6. 49. Dug Confederate Cavalry Coat Button.

CS 126, 25 mm. Large size stippled block “C” with “H T & B MANCHESTER” bm. Slick patina. Shank intact, minor freeze cracks on reverse but button is solid and stable. Dug near Fort Fisher NC. 

$495.00

 

CSBTN 7. Dug Confederate Artillery Coat Button.

CS 117, 22-23 mm. Good example with intact iron back and shank. Found near Vicksburg MS. 

$150.00 

 

CSBTN 8. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 184, 23 mm. Common solid cast brass “I” in average condition with intact shank. Dug near Vicksburg MS. by Mike Rejebian.

SOLD

 

CSBTN 9. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 181, 22 mm. Good condition with a smooth face “E.M.L.&C. RICHMOND VA.” bm. Shank missing in action. 

$125.00

 

CSBTN 10. Confederate Army Staff Officer’s Coat Button.

CS 5, 19 mm. Medium size Confederate Staff Button with sharp details and gold plating. These were imported through the Federal blockade from England. “EXTRA RICH * TREBLE GILT” bm. A very nice example. 

$225.00 

 

CSBTN 11. Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CSI 244 (Tice) 23 mm. Non excavated. This variant is most commonly associated with the Army of Tennessee. Superb condition. 

$795.00

 

CSBTN 12. Confederate General Service Coat Button.

CS 86, 22 mm. Untouched solid cast brass C.S.A. button in great condition.

$650.00

 

CSBTN 13. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 177, 23 mm. High quality example with “SUPERIOR QUALITY” bm. Dug by Roger Jarrell at West’s Crossroads, SC. 

$225.00

 

CSBTN 14. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 171, 25 mm. Fantastic dig example of the large “Stippled I” with the “HT&B MANCHESTER” bm. Provenance of Central VA. near Richmond. 

$350.00

 

CSBTN 15. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 184, 23 mm. Classic cast brass Infantry button with a slick light green patina. Found near Lawsonville SC. by Anthony Hickerson.

$165.00

 

CSBTN 16. Dug Confederate Infantry Coat Button.

CS 184, 23 mm. Outstanding cast brass Infantry button with a slick emerald green patina. Found near Estill SC. by Anthony Hickerson.

$185.00

 

SSBTN 1. Dug North Carolina Militia Coat Button.

NC 16, 23 mm. Remarkable condition with a slick brown patina and sharp details. Provenance of CS Army surrender camp near Greensboro NC.

$145.00

 

SSBTN 2. Dug North Carolina Militia Coat Button.

NC 16, 23 mm. Robust NC “Sunburst” with a slick brown patina and sharp details. Provenance of CS Army surrender camp near Greensboro NC.

$145.00

 

SSBTN 3. North Carolina Militia Coat Button found with remnants of Confederate Jacket, Two Indian Head Cents and Two Blouse Buttons.

NC 8, 23 mm. Button is in very good condition with traces of gold and an intact shank. Jacket fragment appears to be classic “Butternut” homespun. The two Indian Head Cents are wartime dated, 1861 and 1862. Verbal provenance of Central VA.

$350.00 HOLD H.L.

 

SSBTN 4. North Carolina Militia Coat Button found with remnants of Confederate Jacket.

NC 8, 23 mm. Button is in very good condition with a slick patina, traces of gold and an intact shank. Jacket fragment appears to be classic “Butternut” homespun. Verbal provenance of Central VA.

$195.00 HOLD H.L.

 

SSBTN 5. Dug Kentucky Militia Coat Button. 

KY 1, 23 mm. Very nice example with a lot of gold plating and good details. No pushes and perfect shank. Appears to have “STEELE & JOHNSON” bm. but hard to see because poorly struck. Found near Spotsylvania Court House, VA.

$795.00

 

SSBTN 6. Louisiana Militia Coat Button. 

LA 2, 23 mm. Nice non dug example with considerable gold plating. “SCOVILL MFG. CO. WATERBURY” bm.

$395.00

 

SSBTN 7. Dug Louisiana Militia Coat Button. 

LA 220 (Tice) 23 mm. Good example with traces of gold plating. Light ground action. “SCOVILL MFG. CO. WATERBURY” bm. Dug near Bolton MS. by Mike Rejebian.

$275.00

 

SSBTN 8. Dug Mississippi Militia Coat Button. 

MP 4, 21 mm. Attractive button with gold highlights. Light push to face. Note thread attached to shank “HYDE & GOODRICH N.O.” bm. Dug near Brownsville MS. by Mike Rejebian.

$295.00

 

SSBTN 9. Dug Mississippi Militia Cuff Button. 

MP 4, 15 mm. Flawless cuff button with a slick brown patina and gold highlights. “HYDE & GOODRICH N.O.” bm. Dug Middle Tennessee.

$275.00

 

SSBTN 10. Dug Georgia Military Institute Coat Button. 

SU 128, 20 mm. Rare cast white metal button in unbelievable condition. Lack of corrosion may be due to high silver content. Nicely struck. I cannot remember the provenance.

$1350.00

 

SSBTN 11. Dug South Carolina Militia Coat Button. 

SC 14, 23 mm. Good representative example with light traces of gold. “HORSTMANN & ALLIEN NY.” bm. Found near Canton MS. by Mike Rejebian.

$165.00

 

SSBTN 12. Dug Virginia Militia Coat Button. 

VA 13, 23 mm. Good representative example with traces of gold. Light ground action. “CANFIELD BROS. BALTIMORE” bm. Found near Chancellorsville VA. by Mike Rejebian.

$150.00

 

USBTN 1. US Army Staff Officer’s Coat Button.

GS 7, 23 mm. Scarce pre-war button with wide rim. Nicely gilded. “SCHUYLER, HARTLEY & GRAHAM NY.” bm.

$65.00 

 

USBTN 2. Dug US Army Staff Officer’s Coat Button.

GS 5 A, 23 mm. Great excavated example with a lot of gold. Dug near Chattanooga TN. by Tommy Gann. “EXTRA QUALITY” bm.

$85.00 

 

USBTN 3. Dug US Cavalry Coat Button.

23 mm. Average condition with gold plating and some ground action. I cannot make out the backmark. Found near Vicksburg MS. by Mike Rejebian.

$35.00

 

USBTN 4. Dug US Rifleman’s Coat Button.

RF 19, 23 mm. Good condition with gold plating and mild ground action. “W.H. SMITH NEW YORK” bm. Found near Vicksburg MS. by Mike Rejebian.

$45.00

 

NSBTN 1. Dug New York Militia Coat Button.

NY 30, 23 mm. Nice looking button with a lot of gold plating. “EXTRA QUALITY” bm. Found near Vicksburg MS. by Mike Rejebian.

$45.00