Authentic Civil War relics in Brentwood, TN

Confederate Buckles and Plates


Non-excavated CS Two Piece "Richmond Style" Belt Buckle

This is a Confederate two piece buckle known as the "Richmond Style".  The tongue on this particular buckle has the exagerated serif lettering.  This is a non excavated buckle with a nice smooth patina.  

Price: $3,800


Excavated Confederate Imported Enfield "Snake" Buckle and Adjuster

These buckles were made by Isaacs and Campbell of London and brought to the south mostly by blockade runners.  They commonly came with the belt rig associated with the Enfield rifle and were worn primarily by Confederate Soldiers.  This is an excavated example but the recovery location is unknown.  The belt adjuster was found with the buckle which is rare.  All three pieces have a nice even brownish green patina.

Price: $575


Excavated Confederate "Snake" Buckle

These style buckles were manfucatured in England and brought to the states mostly by blockade runners.  They commonly came with the belt rig associated with the Enfield rifle.  They were worn mostly by Confederates but some Union soldiers were outfuitted with this type of buckle as well.  The is a very pretty example of a snake with a very detialed snake head.  It would have attached to loops on either side.  The recovery location of this relic is unknown.

Price: $150 


Confederate  "Georgia Frame" Buckle

This is a nice excavated example of a "Georgia Frame" buckle.  This buckle was dug in McMinnville, TN and has a slight bend in at as found.  It is the standard style plate 152 in Mullinax's book.  Perfect starter Confederate buckle for your collection.

Price: $585


Large Size Confederate Forked Tongue Buckle

This buckle was dug in the in the Confederate winter camps along the Duck River near Shelbyville, TN.  It has no bends and is a good solid example of this common type of Confederate buckle.

Price: On Layaway


Excavated Confederate "Snake" Buckle

These style buckles were manfucatured in England and brought to the states mostly by blockade runners.  They commonly came with the belt rig associated with the Enfield rifle.  They were worn mostly by Confederates but some Union soldiers were outfuitted with this type of buckle as well.  The is a very pretty example of a snake with a snake head.  It would have attached to loops on either side.  The recovery location of this relic is unknown.

Price: $150