Group of Civil War-era Leather Gear, c. 1861-65, a cap box purportedly picked up at Antietam with a name carved on the flap, a Model 1864 cartridge box with a "US" impressed on the flap and a cartridge inside, a waistbelt, keeper, and lead-filled "US" belt plate with light inspector's stamp, a waistbelt with a lead-filled brass "US" plate, and a pistol cartridge box with a round lead-filled eagle plate.
Provenance: The collection of Ron Tunison.
Some cracking and wear but in overall good condition.
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