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This dye struck Louisiana Pelican buckle pattern can be referenced in Steve Mullinax's Confederate Belt Buckles & Plates Expanded Edition reference book on page 160, plate # 289. According to the confederate belt buckle expert Steve Mullinax, these Pelican plates were used as far back as 1850 being used throughout the Civil War. These buckles have been dug in wartime Civil War sites! Steve has a rating at a rarity 8 for this buckle. Therefore, this particular buckle is not seen very often…

This dye struck Louisiana Pelican buckle pattern can be referenced in Steve…

This dye struck Louisiana Pelican buckle pattern can be referenced in Steve Mullinax's Confederate Belt Buckles & Plates Expanded Edition reference book on page 160, plate # 289. According to the Confederate belt buckle expert Steve Mullinax, these Pelican plates were used as far back as 1850 being used throughout the Civil War. These buckles have been dug in wartime Civil War sites. Steve has a rating at a rarity 8 for this buckle. Therefore, this particular buckle is not seen very often…

This dye struck Louisiana Pelican buckle pattern can be referenced in Steve Mullinax's Confederate Belt Buckles & Plates Expanded Edition reference book on page 160, plate # 289. According to the Confederate belt buckle expert Steve Mullinax, these Pelican plates were used as far back as 1850 being used throughout the Civil War. These buckles have been dug in wartime Civil War sites. Steve has a rating at a rarity 8 for this buckle. Therefore, this particular buckle is not seen very often…

Civil War Period Silvered Hat Badge of the 17th Texas Infantry. Having its origins in the period when Texas was an independent republic, this emblem was also used by Civil War Texas soldiers and has been observed on equipment, most notably wooden canteens, as well as buttons and various forms of insignia. This example is indigenous to Texas having been acquired from a noted Houston collector in whose hands it had resided for some 40 years.

Civil War Period Silvered Hat Badge of the Texas Infantry. Having its origins in the period when Texas was an independent republic, this emblem was also used by Civil War Texas soldiers and has been observed on equipment, most notably wooden canteens

A restored Civil war belt buckle. I'm no expert but my dad sure is! He can fix all you Civil war relics, no matter how bad the condition! Restored by: Leonard Short

The original pinner (Morgan Short) wrote of ths restored Confederate Civil War "Sardine Can" belt buckle, "I'm no expert but my dad sure is! He can fix all you Civil war relics, no matter how bad the condition! Restored by: Leonard Short.

Excavated Confederate Rifle Bullet .577 Cal.  Very good condition. Dug in a CS Camp near Bean’s Station, TN. This rounded nose variant is quite scarce. Some have been found at Bull’s Gap as well.

Dug in a CS Camp near Bean’s Station, TN. This rounded nose variant is quite scarce. Some have been found at Bull’s Gap as well.

Civil War Recruiting Poster, Pensacola Florida, Confederate, wanted

Civil War Recruiting Poster, Pensacola Florida, Confederate, wanted

U.S, Army Light Artillery Guidon, Sand's 11th Ohio Battery with Battle Honors.  A Civil War flag from the Michael Madaus sub-collection of Civil War Military flags. It belonged to the Light Artillery Ohio Battery and was used by Ohio troops in the western theater of the American Civil War.

S, Army Light Artillery Guidon, Sand's Ohio Battery with Battle Honors.

ATLANTA ARSENAL STYLE C.S.A. RECTANGLE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION.  THE FACE HAS STRONG, CRISP LETTERS.   IT HAS A PRIMARILY MEDIUM BROWN PATINA, WITH SOME GREEN HIGHLIGHTS AND THE REVERSE HAS ALL THREE  HOOKS PRESENT.  THIS BUCKLE IS "JUST AS DUG" WITH NO REPAIRS, THOUGH IT DOES HAVE A VERY SLIGHT RIPPLE AND THE HOOKS ARE PRESSED DOWN AGAINST THE PLATE.  A WONDERFUL BUCKLE OUT OF NORTH MISSISSIPPI.

ATLANTA ARSENAL STYLE C.S.A. RECTANGLE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION. THE FACE HAS STRONG, CRISP LETTERS. IT HAS A PRIMARILY MEDIUM BROWN PATINA, WITH SOME GREEN HIGHLIGHTS AND THE REVERSE HAS ALL THREE HOOKS PRESENT. THIS BUCKLE IS "JUST AS DUG" WITH NO REPAIRS, THOUGH IT DOES HAVE A VERY SLIGHT RIPPLE AND THE HOOKS ARE PRESSED DOWN AGAINST THE PLATE. A WONDERFUL BUCKLE OUT OF NORTH MISSISSIPPI.

CONFEDERATE TWO PIECE WAIST BELT PLATE An excavated two piece CS belt plate matching plate 007 in the Mullinax expanded edition of Confederate Belt Buckles and Plates.Both pieces were recovered together about 1.5 miles north of Orange Court House in August of 1985 and has been in an esteemed collection since November of that year, over 30 years .  The buckle is as found and has not been repaired or altered in any way. Comes with the original index card that was with the buckle in 1985 when…

CONFEDERATE TWO PIECE WAIST BELT PLATE An excavated two piece CS belt plate matching plate 007 in the Mullinax expanded edition of Confederate Belt Buckles and Plates.Both pieces were recovered together about 1.5 miles north of Orange Court House in August of 1985 and has been in an esteemed collection since November of that year, over 30 years . The buckle is as found and has not been repaired or altered in any way. Comes with the original index card that was with the buckle in 1985 when…

An excavated, die-stamped, rectangular, South Carolina waist belt plate.  This buckle was recovered from private property near Savannah, Georgia, and is from the nationally known Civil War collection of Charlie Harris.  It is the actual waist belt plate pictured on the top right of page 253 in Charlie's book, Civil War Relics of the Western Campaigns.  Every collector likes to have a few artifacts that are actually "the very examples" pictured in the reference books.

An excavated, die-stamped, rectangular, South Carolina waist belt plate. This buckle was recovered from private property near Savannah, Georgia, and is from the nationally known Civil War collection of Charlie Harris. It is the actual waist belt plate pictured on the top right of page 253 in Charlie's book, Civil War Relics of the Western Campaigns. Every collector likes to have a few artifacts that are actually "the very examples" pictured in the reference books.

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