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Civil War & Earlier Soldier's Belt Buckles in Excavated & Non-E
Scarce New Hampshire State Militia Cartridge Box Plate in Non-Excavated Condition
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Here is a beautifully designed cartridge box plate. This is the cartridge box version of the plate that is illustrated as number 597 on page 363 of the Military Belt Buckle and Plate book by O'Donnell and Campbell. They state that in 1866 the state of New Hampshire militia was organized into regiments and supplied with US regulation clothing. For years these were sold as Civil War but in reality they are probably issued just after the close of the Civil War. The face of the plate has the large bold letter "NHSM" which stands for New Hampshire State Militia. The back of the cartridge box plate as the classic Civil War design with the lead that fills in the stamped brass face. It has both of the original iron loops that would've held it on to the soldiers cartridge box at one time. You can see "E.W." scratched into the lead in two places. As you can see this is just a beautiful plate from the state of New Hampshire.

Item #: B3296
Shipping Weight: 0.6 lb
Your Price:$695.00 USD
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