All hooks and remnants of Boyd and Sons Boston backmark. #BP-0064
U.S Boxplate Excavated Chancellorsville, VA $170.00
Both hooks intact. #BP-0066
1851 Style Drummer Boy Buckle. Excavated Chancellorsville, VA.
Had wire hook attachments an back and used to hold drum sticks.
Accouterments, Buckles and Plates
U.S Eagle Breast Plate
Excavated Brandy Station, VA.
U.S Cartridge Box Plate BP#0051
Excavated Kelly's Ford, VA $35.00
U.S. Eagle Breast Plate (only washed off with water) #BP-0050
Excavated Brandy Station, VA. $45.00
#BP-0069 State of New York Buckle
The beautiful early excavation was recovered from the Union winter camps in Falmouth across from the Confederate occupied Fredericksburg, VA. $900.00
Beautiful serf style CS 2 piece buckle.
Though not found together this is a great match.
Tongue excavated at Spotsylvania Courthouse, VA
Wreath excavated Richmond, VA.
U.S Breast Plate Excavated Brandy Station, VA
missing hooks #BP-0063 $100.00
CSA Large Forked Tongue Wishbone Buckle or at least half of one.
#BP-0052 Excavated Kelly's Ford, VA. $200.00
OVM Ohio Volunteer Militia single hook 2 1/16" x 3 1/16 "
Excavated Fredericksburg, VA. #BP-0056 $2100.00
U.S. Breast Plate Excavated Bristoe Station, VA
missing hooks but remnants of E. Gaylord makers mark may been seen on back.
U.S Eagle Plate
Excavated Kelley's Ford, VA.
U.S Oval Style Hook Buckle Excavated Chancellorsville, VA $150.00
All hooks remain with remnants of W.H. Smith Brooklyn NY backmark. #BP-0065
#BP-0070 Burnside Breast Plate
Burnside" plates are the smallest size of the eagle plates and are much harder to recover than regular size eagle plates. They are generally associated with troops from Maine because of the quantity found in 9th Corps camps and battle sites. Another feature is the fishhook at the end of the olive branch that the eagle is grasping.
Early excavation from a Maine winter camp in Falmouth across from Fredericksburg, VA. Excellent condition with 2 strong hooks. $525.00
Near perfect stamped Virginia Militia Plate measures approx. 2" x 2 3/4"
Excavated in Fredericksburg, VA. 100 % Guaranteed Authentic
U.S 1851 Pattern Officers Sword Belt Plate Excavated Brandy Station, VA #BP-0061
Belt attachment rail broken but recovered with original keeper. Great detail. $125.00
Very RARE to find an excavated specimen of this even RARER War of 1812 Artillery Buckle
Beautiful condition with both hooks 100% REAL Guaranteed #BP-0054