SNY State of New York Buckle                 #BP-0043       $550.00  
Excavated Remington (Rappahannock Station) VA.

U.S Belt Buckle Early Model  w/Puppy Paw  hooks                     BP-0005             $300.00
Excavated in the town of Fredericksburg, VA
  
 

U.S Eagle Breast Plate                           #BP-0001    $100.00

Excavated with no hooks Brandy Station, VA.

U.S Eagle Breast Plate                           #BP-0041    $175.00
Excavated with hooks near Battle of Spotsylvania Courthouse

Spotsylvania, VA  Beautiful brown patina.

Rare Medium Wishbone Buckle worn by Confederate Soldiers    BP-0011   $800.00

Excavated near Spotsylvania Battlefield   Spotsylvania, VA.

As shown in picture, tongue broken from buckle thus is the reason it was discarded.

Tongue found less than 5 feet from buckle.

U.S Eagle Breast Plate                           #BP-0009    $125.00
Excavated with no hooks near Battle of Murfreesboro, TN

Accouterments, Buckles and Plates

CSA 2 Piece Sword Belt Plate     BP-0039    $2750.00

Excavated together near Spotsylvania Court House Battlefield

Spotsylvania, VA  Beautiful chocolate brown patina.

U.S Belt Buckle Early Model  w/Puppy Paw  hooks            #BP-0040        $350.00
Excavated with leather attached near Battle of Spotsylvania Courthouse       

Spotsylvania , VA  Beautiful chocolate brown patina

U.S Breast Plate Excavated Wilderness, VA.

missing hooks.   #BP-0068     $85.00

US Belt Buckle with arrow hooks   #BP-0042   $45.00

Excavated Remington (Rappahannock Station) VA.

U.S Model 1851 Saber Belt Plate                       #BP-0002       $250.00

Excavated with nice green patina                               Chancellorsville, VA

U.S. "Baby" Plate depicts "US", and was used by the Federal army as well as the states. Plate is oval following the Federal Regulation of 1839, and was designed to weight the flap as well as an ornamentation on the cartridge box. Most of the small sized plates were manufactured in the 1840's and 1850's.      $255.00         #BP-0044

U.S Belt Buckle Early Model  w/Puppy Paw  hooks            #BP-0008        $350.00
Excavated with leather attached near Battle of Malvern Hill         Henrico, VA

Carbine sling buckle, regulation 1841 for cavalry. This plain buckle was used to fasten a shoulder sling, from which the cavalryman could hang his carbine when riding. Construction is simple cast brass, bar is brazed to frame, flippers were cast and then bent into place. A cast brass end plate was fastened to the strap with rivets, intended to give rigidity to end of the wide leather belt, sometimes called a "batwing" by modern collectors. Size and thickness varies, some may have been manufactured by small contractors or could be Confederate copies. This one marked T.J. Shepard US E. Gaylord Chicopee, Mass.

Excavated Brandy Station, VA.      #BP-0045    $155.00 

U.S Buckle Excavated Kelly's Ford, Va. $140.00

Missing 1 hook, has both arrow hooks.  #BP-0067

SNY State of New York Buckle                 BP-0010       $750.00 

Excavated across the river from Fredericksburg in a union winter camp

Falmouth, VA.

U.S Model 1851 Saber Belt Plate                                    #BP-0007       $200.00
Excavated near Battle of Cedar Creek                              Strasburg, VA

U.S Belt Buckle Early Model                           #BP-0003                       $190.00

Excavated near Five Forks Battlefield Dinwiddie, VA    missing belt hook

VMM Volunteer Maine Militia Buckle Small        #BP-0004                    $700.00
Excavated Culpeper, VA   Manufactured of stamped brass and very little low grade lead, not many of these cheaply made buckles survived this well.
 

U.S Eagle Breast Plate                           #BP-0006    $140.00
Excavated with no hooks, very well made with good quality heavy lead.

Marks on eagle made during or before soldier loosing it.

Excavated Battle of the Wilderness area of Spotsylvania, VA.