Currency of the Civil War

Civil War Relicman,
Harry Ridgeway

Winchester, Virginia USA, changed hands 70 times in the Civil War!
authentic Civil War relics, bought and sold


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This sales listing updated October 24, 2016.

Civil War leather goods, Relicman sales catalog
Items for sale, please refer to Relicman stock number when ordering.

All items listed are guaranteed authentic to the Civil War or as otherwise described.
Any excavated relics have been recovered from private property with owners permission.
Any artillery or ordnance relics have been disarmed and rendered safe.
All weapons are pre 1898 antique weapons, and are exempt from Federal regulation, no licenses or permits are required.


M1344.P3623...Cartridge box, Model 1861, SNY, marked Baker

Cartridge box, Model 1861, marked Baker, SNY boxplate, tins original.
For sale ............$800.

M1345.P3624...Shoulder plate on strap, marked Nece, Philadelphia

Shoulder plate on strap, plate is nondug hooks intact, strap is marked "NECE / PHILDA" both ends of strap are broken.
For sale .............Sold.

M1347...Carbine cartridge box
Carbine cartridge box, complete with wood holder for twenty carbine cartridges.
For sale ............Sold.

P2139...Federal sword belt plate, regulation 1851, eagle with applied wreath, with belt. Buckle depicts patriotic eagle, and was used by by officers carrying swords, and enlisted cavalry, following the regulation of 1851, most were manufactured 1850's to end of the Civil War. The plate was made of cast brass, eagle is integral to the casting, wreath is applied. The eagle faces right, bold rays above the banner and around the wreath, 13 stars, six above the banner, two above banner tail, two left of the eagle's head and three to the right, graceful shield bears stripes with weak stars. A low spot was cast into the back to even the thickness behind the shield, even with this improvement the detail in the shield is weak. The narrow tongue is integral to the casting, thinner tip is bent, intended to fasten to a separate brass keeper. Silver wreath is soldered in one piece below the wing tips. Bench number was used to assist assembly.
Ref: O'Donnell & Campbell, Plate 665.

Plate measures 55.7mm x 88mm with curve. Bench nunber 926 on plate, 369 on keeper. Nondug plate, applied wreath is original with correct cut edge inside the tip. Black belt is stitched.
For sale ............Sold.

P3603...Federal sword belt plate, eagle with applied wreath., with belt. Buckle depicts patriotic eagle, and was used by by officers carrying swords, and enlisted cavalry, following the regulation of 1851, most were manufactured 1850's to end of the Civil War. The plate was made of cast brass, eagle is integral to the casting, wreath is applied. The eagle faces right, rays above the banner, 13 stars, six above the banner, two above the banner tail, two left of the eagle's head and three to the right, graceful shield bears stripes, with faint stars. The long narrow tongue is wide footed, intended to fasten to a separate brass keeper. Silver wreath is soldered in three pieces, above and below the wing tips.
Ref: O'Donnell & Campbell, Plate 615.

Plate measures 52.2mm x 84.7mm. Non dug plate with belt and keeper.
For sale......... $600.


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