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Eureka Independent
06-04-2008, 04:49 PM
Hi All,

Here is the June In Stock List of items on hand and ready to ship!

Remember, Untill December, Trans-Mississippi Depot is working on an In Stock only basis

If you would like to see any pictures of the items please feel free to email me and I will send them to you

I look forward to hearing from you

All the best

Don S


Trans-Mississippi Depot Company
209 W. SPUR DR.
COTTONWOOD, AZ, 86326-5003
928 649-1395

JUNE 2008

Items In Stock

READY TO SHIP!!!


TRANS-MISSISSIPPI DEPOT GIFT CERTIFICATES!!!!!!

Just the item for the special soldier! In denominations of
$20, $50, & $100
AVAILABLE NOW!


BELTS

3 USB1 U.S. M1861 Belt, Waxed Flesh or Bridal Leather with Buckle (Issued from 1851-1872)Belt comes like the belt above; with a hand sewn leather keeper at the one end complete with Early Allegheny Arrow back plate Size 32-40” Waist…………………………………………………………………..$60.00

1 USB1 U.S. M1861 Belt, Bridal Leather with Buckle (Issued from 1851-1872)Belt comes like the belt above; with a hand sewn leather keeper at the one end complete with Early Allegheny Arrow back plate Size 32-40” Waist............................................. ..........................$60.00

1 USB2 U.S. Mid-Late War Belt (Has Brass “Clip” keeper) With correct buckle (Used from 1863-1872). The mid-late war belt was developed in 1862/63 for easier use of the keeper. The old loop type was replaced by the use of the patented brass “Clip” keeper, which allowed the soldier to leave the belt plate on the belt when putting it on, and stop the soldiers from cutting off the leather loop that the clip replaced. Comes complete with US Mid-Late war belt Size 32-40” Waist……..$60.00


1 MSC Confederate Leech & Rigdon Saber Belt Iron Dyed, with L&R Rectangular CS “Spoon & Wreath” Plate. (1861-65)These belts were manufactured by Leech and Rigdon for the CS government during the war, and saw use in the Army of Tennessee along with other products of the Leech & Rigdon firm in the other theaters of the war. The belt is totally hand sewn and is Iron dyed. Featuring iron wire adjustment hook and L&R Cast Brass Sword snaps as per original examples. This is a perfect addition to that impression as an Officer or Cavalryman Size 32-40” Waist ……………………..……. $150.00

1 USB4 U.S. Pre War M1851 NCO Belt made of Blackened White Buff Leather, (1851-1872)
With M1851 Plate with 3-piece wreath, this belt is made with out rivets as per the pre & early war specifications Size 32-40” Waist ………$115.00


1 MB1 Militia Web Belt with Early type (1820’s)Brass Square Plate (1820-1900)Commonly encountered in period pre war and early war images, this belt is made from a correct weave militia web copied from an original in my collection, picked up off of Manassas battlefield.
The plate itself is a sheet brass square, self-adjusting plate, with two tines on the back of the plate that go into the webbing to secure it. The other end has a brass wire keeper for the buckle to be attached.
Size 32-40” Waist ………………………………………………….$50.00

1 MSC Confederate Converted US Plate to "CS" with Belt
(1861-65)This Iron dyed belt is fitted with a Converted US Plate for CS Issue. These Converted Plates are encountered in relic collections and can be seen in Steve Mulinax's book on CS Belt Plates.

These plates were in general collected off the field after battle, Packed and shipped to the arsenal, Let out on contract to small shops for conversion. & then were fitted to belts for re issue. They were converted in a few ways. This particular copy is made by taking the lead out of the back of the plate, re-working the "U" into a "C", and putting the lead and hooks back in to the plate, then being fitted to a belt. Made to fit up to 42” Waist
Converted Plate with Belt.............................................. ......$60


3 CS “EGG” Copper Belt Plates
Hand stamped and solders CS “egg” belt plates. Hooks are made from the correct weight Iron Wire as found on originals. Totally hand fabricated as per the originals out of sheet copper, & stamped from a dye made directly from an original example……………………... ……………………………………$35



BOX BELTS

1 CSCBB4 Hughes Pendergrass & Snow Web Box Belt. (1862-65)
A unique wide heavy web box belt that is incredibly strong. It saw use in the Army of Tennessee & Army of Northern Virginia………………$40.00

CANTEEN SLINGS

7 USCS1 U.S. Leather Canteen Sling, Russet Hand Sewn (1858-1872)
Replacing the tin drum type canteen. The regulation canteen for the Federal Army just previous to the war became the Model 1858 Tin oblate spheroid canteen. This is the regulation canteen sling that was first issued with this canteen. Made of russet oiled leather5/8” wide and 72” long with a thing gauge iron roller buckle, hand sewn with leather keeper and a “chape” or “safe” sewn behind it………………………………………..$30.00

16 CSCS6 Confederate, Hughes Pendergrass & Snow Web Canteen Sling (1862-65)Made by the firm Hughes Pendergrass & Snow for the Confederate government. This sling is seen in Echoes of Glory CS & Silvia & O’Donnell’s Canteen book on C.S. Tin Drum & captured U.S. Canteens. It is made with a leather end piece with a buttonhole punched in it. Hand sewn to the webbing with a leather button sewn to the other end. Simple and effective......................................... .................$25.00


SUSPENDERS

7 S2 The “Farmer” Suspender
These 1 ” Wide Web Suspenders, comes with Period Correct Pat. 1847 nickel plated iron suspender buckles. They have leather back tabs and leather risers.
Made to handle period farm chores and hard work!…………… ……$40.00


15 S4 Plain Web Suspenders,
These are made of period correct narrow cotton webbing (1” wide) with leather back tabs and have sturdy leather risers in the front with Period Pat 1847 nickeled iron buckles………………………………….$35.00

6 S4 Plain Web Suspenders,
These are made of period correct narrow cotton webbing (1” wide) with leather back tabs and have sturdy leather risers in the front with Period Brass buckles…………………………………………………..……….$35.00


2 NEW! S6 “DUTCHMAN” SUSUPENDERS!
These are similar to the Red Line & Plain web types. Made of Imported German Webbing with Imported German Steel Suspenders Buckles that are coated in German Silver. They come either with plain back tabs………………………………………………………….……………...$40.00



1 CUSTOM Suspender, with hidden buckle adjustment,
This suspender is made of fine embroiders cloth, a cotton drill backing, with hidden German silver plated imported steel buckles. The susupenders are 1 1/8” wide with period cotton & braded rubber elastic back tabs and have leather back tabs and leather wide…………………….……..$50.00



3 CS Ambulance Corps Hat BandsThese hat bands are copied from the one seen in Echoes of glory on page 127. These are period machine sewn. With “Ambulance Corps” Hand stenciled on the front, from a hand cut stencil.

These are made to be put on the hat as per the originals were meant to be.

……………………………………………………………………………..$30.00


LIMITED EDITION:

CANTEEN LAMP / STOVE

Trans-Mississippi Depot Co. and Goldendale Tinsmith (Geo. MacGillis)

Are proud to announce a 15 item run of a unique and period accurate Soldier made Canteen Lantern/Stove!

Copied from specifications from an original dug in the Federal Camps at Fredreicksberg. The original is in the Newton Mass, Armed Forces Museum. It is photographed and seen in the book "Civil War Canteens" By Stephen W. Sylvia and Michael J. O'Donnell" Page 122.

The canteen body is on its side with 3 lead bullets for feet, and a piearced fruit can solded on with a cut out to access the wick/ candle holder (see pics available by email request)

The stove opperates on either lamp oil or a candle. The canteen body acts a a reseviour for the oil & will keep a cup of coffee warm on top while it gives light to a hut or tent. An initial 15 are made ( and numbered)

These are a fantastic item for that camp impression, or to fill a spot in a collection of a documented soldier made items. Get yours today!

11 CANTEEN LAMP/STOVE $95 each plus $10 For shipping



CLOTHING


VESTS!

1 CS / Civilian Notched lapel Vest, Size 42” chest

Made according to originals, it is period machine sewn with hand finishing & button holes. Comes with Imported French brass dome buttons. Chest is lightly padded. Vest is lined throughout in Brown cotton………$175.00

Eureka Independent
06-04-2008, 04:50 PM
"IN STOCK TERMS & CONDITIONS"

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Trans-Mississippi Depot Co.
209 W. SPUR DR.
COTTONWOOD, AZ, 86326-5003
928 649-1395