Civil War Relics Southern Style


Civil War Relics Southern Style with attic fresh condition.  This Civil War Relics Southern Style belt rig was found little South of Murfreesboro, Tennessee.  It surfaced with other items and oral history of Alabama Soldier usage.  I never saw the canteen but was told I had Alabama soldier’s name carved on it.  There was also a Civil War Musket with the grouping.  This is as untouched a Civil War Relics Artifact you will ever see.  The waist belt plate could not removed without destroying the leather belt.  The Confederate Percussion Cap Box is awesome.  I love the big wide single loop.  It has the classic Confederate pewter closure stud.  The leather belt may have been a cartridge box sling originally.  The leather has the shape of being a sling.  I have seen many “SOUTHERN NATION” waist belt plates.  I have sold from old collections Yankee cartridge box  plates turned Rebel Buckles.  The construction was designed no doubt to be worn upside down.  I know there are “collectors” that don’t believe the Southern Nation waist belt plate usage.  This Civil War Relics Southern Style waist belt plate ain’t for them, laugh out loud.  This is a no brainer Confederate waist belt rig.  I was sent a picture the other day of a dead Rebel wearing an upside down yankee plate.  That said there could be a period image of Johnny Reb. wearing one.

We know the Southern Army had whole units with no weapons.  We know they wear asking for Country Rifles and Shotguns to arm the troops. We know they scavenged the battlefields for supplies and robbed Yankee wagons.  Makes sense to me they would wear Yankee boots and upside down waist belt plates.  I have slapped The World Famous Rebel Relics Price on this Southern Nation Bad Boy.  Civil War Relics are fun and exciting.  This Civil War Relics Southern Style belt rig will display like a million bucks.

If your in the Middle Tennessee area traveling or live around here.  Please come visit the Akins Americana and Rebel Relic Store Front in Smyrna, Tennessee.  We are located one mile from the Historic Sam Davis Home.  Sam Davis was a Confederate Hero and was hanged by the Yankees. Please check out the Rebel Relics FaceBook page.  Click the link on the home page.  I also have my personal page REBEL MAN on FaceBook.  I update from the shows and auctions.  Feel free to send me a friend request for either site or both. I am also Rebel on Twitter. I also have some videos on YOUTUBE.  Just search my name on YOUTUBE. If you enjoy the vidoes please hit subscribe. Just a few minutes from the shop is three major Civil War Battles.  The Battle of Stones River, The Battle of Franklin, and The Battle of Nashville all less than 30 minutes from the store front.  Not to mention Middle Tennessee Relics operated by Larry Hicklen is right down the road.  Tom Hayes of Stones River Relics is also minutes away. I have many other Civil War Relics for sale in the shop.  Many of these items never see the website. If you have Civil War Relics for sale.  Please let me know and we can set up an appointment. I specialize in all Civil War Relics.  I also collect and sell native American Artifacts and Indian War Artifacts. I have sold some awesome Civil War Relics, Native American Artifacts, and Pre Civil War Artifacts. I also buy and sell Japanese Swords.  World War II and Ancient Blades and usually have some samurai armor in the inventory. If you love Civil War Relics you should enjoy the Rebel Relics website.

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PO BOX 345
Gladeville TN 37071

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