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1777 British Cartridge Pouch White buff shoulder strap
White buff leather shoulder strap for the Rawle patent 1777 British Light Inf. Cartridge Pouch.
Box shoulder strap of black bridle leather, 2.5" wide, regulation length 55" less two billets. Custom lengths available.
1808 Infantry Cartridge box, used through the War of 1812. Made of black bridle leather, with drop front panel used to retrieve flint from tin tnder a wood block. The box comes with drilled wood block and tin below.
1808 Lherbette Pattern Knapsack, made from 10oz canvas for long use, with black leather straps and adjustable shoulder straps. Light blue with painted oval and stenciled U. S. on the flap. This pack was extensively used by US 1812 military.
Made from folded Russia leather with 1810 buckle. Made to order.
The shoulder strap measures 2.5 " wide. The length is controled with a brass ovel plate at the center of the chest when worn, made from white buff leather.
Made To Order, Oficers boots made from French Calf upper, horse hide linning with white kangaroo trim. Custom made to measure, bespoke.
Neck stock made to measure from blackened leather with diamond pattern on the face, eyelets and black leather lace.
Bayonet scabbard, black with brass hook and ball at tip.
Shako is all leather with cloth adjustable basket in side sweat band. Hand sewn,
Plain without dressing, $300.00, Dressed as shown $500.00
The body of the Bell Crown is wool felt with leather reinforcements at the top, and V straps on the side with leather hat band, sweat band and bill.
Rifleman's pouch with reproduction peace flask. Shoulder srtap is split at the ends to support the pouch and powder flask. The pouch is made from black upper leather with the two compartments divided by white buff leather and closed on a leather button.
1836 Cap Pouch, The first documented Cap Pouch. Made from black upper leather with wool insert to keep caps from falling out.
Walet is copied from an original estamated to be 1840's or later. There are three document pockets on the inside. The outside is tooled with a patern as the original with a wrap-a-round strap. Same as the original, the strap loop is glued in place with a paper cover.
Adjustable black leather shoulder strap with brass eagle breast plate and sword frog. Frog can be made to hold bayonet also upon request.
1841 Infantry cartridge box is made from black bridle leather, for .69 cal. ball ammunition. The box can be worn on the waist belt or from shoulder strap.
1855 box is made from black bridle leather, double flaps and implement pocket. Constructed by hand over a wood block like the original.
1859 pattern carbine sling worn over the shoulder of cavalary troopers to support their carbine while on horseback, in black with brass buckle and swivel. White was used earlyer, 1835.
The uniform equipment was reserched in the Paris Militaey Musium and produced according to pictures and measerments provided.
CS 1860 Mule Foot Cap Box, you will not loose caps. Made from bridle leather, black with wool insert.
Expense Pouch, also called the Ready Pouch, made of white buff, painted inside. Discribed as a ball-bag, carrying 10 rounds with oil bottle and rag, to be used as an expense pouch. black leather for rifle regiments. Originals imported from England.
1864 cartridge box is made from black bridle leather, with double flaps and implement pocket. Constructed by hand over a wood block like the orignal.
Holster is made from black briddle leather, stamped with U S on the flap, two holes for accommodating different revolvers.
1872 Cavalary Saddle Bags, Largest used, Lined with removable canvas bags.
Also Available, 1859, modern western, and moter cycle. Inquire for pricing.
1874 Dryre Bullet Pouch, with wool lining
45-70 Sling in brown with brass two tongue hook and leather keepers.
Copy of original holster carried by a B-24 Co-Pilot during the war.
The cartridge pouch is copied from the Don Troiani collection. The unusual feature of the pouch is the reversible wood block, allowing twice the normal number of cartridges to be carried. (Due to the fear of a break-down in discipline and muskets being fired indiscriminately, they were never issued).
By 1810 order of the Commandant of the Marines, Marines on fatigue duty are to ware leather folding head gear. Made from three pieces, the hat can be folded when not in use and stored in pack or haversack.