Very nice condition excavated pair of Federal Enlisted man's brass epaulets. These were recovered over 40 years ago on private property near Shiloh by Dr. Rees Buttram and were on display for several years in the "Tennessee Civil War Museum" located at Chattanooga, TN.
An excavated, large size, lead filled, arrow hook pattern, US oval waist belt plate. This belt buckle was recovered on private property at Stones River about 40 years ago. It remains in nice enough condition that you could actually wear it today.
A really pretty, excavated, large size, "VMM" (Volunteer Main Militia) cartridge box plate from Mr. Bill Gavin's personal collection. This plate was recovered from private property off "Route 5" near the Berkley Plantation. The plate retains full lead and still has both wire loops intact on the reverse.
A beautiful condition, excavated, large oval, "S." (State of New York) belt plate. This excellent waist belt plate was recovered over 40 years ago by Gary Williams on He recovered the buckle on private property near Cold Harbor, Virginia.
Beautiful condition excavated early issue large oval U. It has a very nice face - full lead - and all three hooks intact. This plate was recovered about 40 years ago from private property near Shiloh.
Beautiful excavated gilted coat size New York State seal Button. This button was recovered from private property near Tiftonia, TN. The button has no dents, loads of gold gilt, and a shank that is intact and straight.