December 14-17, 2021 Collectible Firearms & Militaria
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This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 12/14/2021
Lot consists of: (A) Regulation 1839 Pattern enlisted infantry cartridge box plate. The plate is die struck with a rolled brass face and is missing the iron wire loops. The plate is marked "Fx Sta." with a date at appears to read "March 22, 1969" on a piece of tape on the reverse. (B) Regulation 1839 Pattern enlisted infantry belt plate. The plate is die struck with a rolled brass face and lead filled featuring arrow belt hooks on the reverse. The belt hooks have been compressed into the back of the plate. The plate is marked "BR.21" and "Union Mills / "Hayfield" / July 4 / 1965" on a label on the reverse. (C) Regulation 1826 Pattern enlisted shoulder belt plate. The plate is die struck brass, lead filled, with intact wire loops that are bent. The plate has bent from spending years in the ground. The plate is marked "WR.1", "Wolf Run Shoals" on the reverse as well as "Wolf Run / Shoals / Feb 27, 1965" on a label. (D) Regulation 1826 Pattern enlisted shoulder belt plate. The plate is die struck brass, lead filled, with intact wire loops. The plate is marked "FC.4" and "Oct 8 1961" on the reverse. (E) Regulation 1826 Pattern enlisted shoulder belt plate. The plate is die struck brass and lead filled. The three iron wire belt hooks are missing. The plate is marked "C.S. Camp Near / Centerville / Nov 6 1966" on a label on the reverse. CONDITION: All belt plates are ground dug and are in relic condition. JLD
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LOT OF 5: US CIVIL WAR BELT PLATES RECOVERED FROM VARIOUS BATTLEFIELDS
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Minimum Bid: $200.00
Final prices include buyers premium: $553.50
Estimate: $400 - $800
Number Bids: 8
Auction closed on Friday, December 17, 2021.
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