Indian Wars - Equipment Accoutrements

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  • 1880’s Military Holster

    In 1875 the US Government adopted the New Schofield Revolver alongside the 1873 Colt Army revolver, as the grip profile of the Schofield differed from the colt, a new holster was adopted to take them both. This black leather holster has a sewn in bottom and a US Stamp.    

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  • Artillery Officer Hat Insignia

    1861 – 1872 model Brass Officer Kepi Artillery Hat insignia

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  • Brass Hat Insignia 6th Cavalry

    Brass Hat or Kepi insignia, this item comes in small and large and please specify the size you require upon ordering.   The large is 2 1/2 by 1 1/4 inches The small  is 2 by just over 1 inch To attach to the hats are 4 pins to go through the hat and fold

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  • Brass Hat Insignia 7th Cavalry

    Brass Hat or Kepi insignia, this item comes in small and large and please specify the size you require upon ordering.   The large is 2 1/2 by 1 1/4 inches The small  is 2 by just over 1 inch To attach to the hats are 4 pins to go through the hat and fold

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  • c1888 Anson Mills Tan Cartridge Belt 4th Pattern

    In 1887 the first canvas woven cartridge belt for the cartridges had sewn canvas bullet loops and a frame brass buckle and had come out of the Watervliet Arsenal NY in 1876.  Being the first cartridge belt approved by the US Military board to be issued to the Cavalry and Army and was more commonly

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  • Cap Pouch M1863/64

    Regulation US Stamped Federal Cap Pouch made in leather with wool interior, these were widely issued in the last years of the Civil War and went on to be used extensively in the Indian Wars Delivery Information We have a large stock of items, but are not able to keep every size in every colour,

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  • Cartridge Box .58 cal M1864

    First issued in July 1864 as part of the U.S. Government cost cutting exercise in the Civil War, which was to save the Federal Government thousands of dollars by eliminating the brass and lead filled Cartridge box plate and replacing it with an embossed US Stamp.  Also the brass and lead breast plate was withdrawn,

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  • Cavalry Cartridge Belt c1870 – 1875

    This is a copy from a 1851 Sword or waist belt with 35 hand sewn cartridge loops for the 45-70 rounds it was wide spread in small garrisons on the frontier, though none regulation it was not uncommon for post saddlers to modify equipment in the field for men.  The belt was probably the for-runner for

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  • Cross Rifles

    Brass Infantry model 1874 Kepi Insignia

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  • Enlisted/Western Spurs

    Brass Spurs and Leather Straps Delivery Information We have a large stock of items, but are not able to keep every size in every colour, rank, unit.  Therefore we make your order once received.  Delivery times for items to be made are 6 – 12 weeks.  If your order contains items in stock, plus items

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  • Indian Wars Brass Buckle

    1874 Indian Wars 2 piece solid brass buckle

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  • Indian Wars Fringed Gauntlets

    Leather troopers gauntlets.

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  • Jeb Stuart Sword Belt Hanger

    Patented by J.E.B. Stuart in 1859. Soon sold the rights to the US Goverment which became a standard cavalry issue throughout the Civil and Indian Wars. The sword hanger was in use up until 1900 and made it easy for the trooper to disconnect the sword from the belt when it was not required. Clips

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  • M1851 Cavalry Officer Sword Knot

    US Regulation 1851 sword knot was prescribed for Cavalry Officers until 1885, approx 18 inches in length   As pictured in the Schuyler, Hartley & Graham Catalogue of Civil War Military Goods at the time.

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  • M1874 Campaign Officer Sabre Belt

    The new model 1874 was a great improvement for Officers in the field though it was very much the same as the enlisted belt but with the rectangular buckle with a raised bright silver wreath laurel encircling the Arms of the United States The belt was to have two detachable sabre slings that were designed

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  • M1874 Enlisted & NCO Sabre Belt

    The new modern 1874 was a great improvement on the M1872 but still retained the 1872 pattern brass buckle bearing the letters U.S.  The belt had two brass slides with loops on the bottom of the detachable sabre slings, this had come about as there had been questions with aboard on whether the sabre had

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  • M1874 McKeever Indian Wars Cartridge Box

    Black Leather McKeeverCartridge Box holds 20 rounds, 45-70 cal These were issued mainly for garrison duties and were never issued in the field.

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  • M1874 Pistol Cartridge Box Conversion

    In 1874 a new pistol cartridge box Dyer Pouch was put before the Equipment Board but never saw production in great numbers. The standard percussion cap pouch was to become the new cartridge box by modifying the inside to take the 44-45cal metallic cartridges and the flap was embossed with the U S block letters

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  • M1874 US Indian Wars Black Leather Belt

    Black High Quality Leather Belt with a solid brass 2 piece buckle.  Belt is fully adjustable and will go up to 50 inches.

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  • M1878 Canteen

    The M1878 Canteen replaced the old civil war pattern though in reality it was a modified pattern with a new cover and a U.S. stencilled on the side.  The strap was made of leather with adjustable hooks and two snap hooks to fasten it to the canteen.  This was to set the new president with

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  • M1885 Garrison Enlisted & NCO Sabre Belt

    The new model 1885 was to have one brass slide with a lower loop for attaching what was a modified version of the  Stuart sword belt hanger, the brass buckle bearing the letters U.S was still retained. Issued largely for garrison duties as by this time the Anson Mills were being used on campaigns.

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  • M1885 Garrison Officer Sabre Belt

    The new modern 1885 was much the same belt as the enlisted mans’s apart from the buckle using the modified version of the Stuart sword belt hanger. Issued largely for garrison duties until around 1902

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  • Officer Rank Cuff Insignia c1867 – 1st Lieutenant – Cavalry

    A brief background of the rank circlet This style rank insignia first appeared around 1863 in the Civil War, though never regulation the insignia circlet never went above the rank of Captain.  It was made of pressed brass and had an enamelled background with one or two bars in the centre and was worn on the

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  • Officer Rank Cuff Insignia c1867 – Captain – Cavalry

    A brief background of the rank circlet This style rank insignia first appeared around 1863 in the Civil War, though never regulation the insignia circlet never went above the rank of Captain.  It was made of pressed brass and had an enamelled background with one or two bars in the centre and was worn on the

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  • Officer/Western Spurs

    Almost an exact replica of those illustrated in the 1864 catalogue of Schuyler and Hartley and Graham Military Catalogue. Brass Spurs and Leather Straps Delivery Information We have a large stock of items, but are not able to keep every size in every colour, rank, unit.  Therefore we make your order once received.  Delivery times

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  • Original Indian Wars Cross Sabres

    Original Brass M1872 Indian Wars Enlisted Man’s Cross Sabres. These comes from a reputable dealer in the USA that had a collection of Indian Wars Artefacts sold to him from an Estate.  These sabres look like they have never been issued by the Quartermaster Stores, loops are intact on the back and are in excellent

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  • Remington Holster

    This Regulation Left Handed Holster will take the  New Model Army Remington (1863 to 1875),  as well as Navy and Army Colts, Models 1850 and 1851. Muzzle end sew round, made of leather, with a loop on the rear to attach to your belt. Delivery Information We have a large stock of items, but are not

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  • US Cavalry Officers Cross Sabres Hat Insignia

    M1861 Cross Sabres, made from brass with false embroidered gilt.   Small and Large available for Kepi or Slouch hat.   Also used in Indian Wars as were in service up until 1872

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  • US Cavalry/Dragoon Carbine Sling

    First described for Regulation use in Ordnance Manual 1841. These Buff or Natural leather slings were used in the Mexican War and possibly well up to the outbreak of the Civil War. Delivery Information We have a large stock of items, but are not able to keep every size in every colour, rank, unit.  Therefore

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  • US Regulation Left Handed Leather Colt Holster

    A good quality leather holster for the 1851 Navy Colt, 1860 Army Colt & Remington New Model, with muzzle end sewn round. Regulation worn on the right side, butt forward for left hand draw. Also US Regulation for Indian War Delivery Information We have a large stock of items, but are not able to keep every

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  • USS Cross Arrows

    Silver 1890 US Indian Scout Hat Insignia,  Issued for Spanish/American Wars

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  • USS Cross Swords

    USS in Silver and below Cross Swords 1872 US Indian Scout Hat Insignia

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