We provide all your Civil War re-enactment accessories for your next performance or historical gathering. These Civil War collectibles include items like Civil War canteens, functional bugles, historical compasses and telescopes, soldier mugs, and powder horns. All these Civil War replicas feature truly authentic designs from the American Civil War, and many are fully functional items. Our Civil War bugles are instrument-quality pieces, capable of sounding the charge with ear-splitting efficiency. A number of our Civil War powder horns are crafted in genuine cow horn with hardwood caps and stoppers. Be sure to browse to see all of our Civil War pouches, Civil War bayonets, and other new additions to the category.
Attached to a rifle, this bayonet gave close quarters weapons an extra long reach. Designed for 1853 three band Enfield long rifle, it includes a brass mounted leather scabbard and is made by Windlass Steelcrafts.
Blend your love of American history and collectible weapons with this Abraham Lincoln Dagger. This display dagger is full of character and detail that pay homage to our 16th President, sure to be a talking point of your collection.
Instruments have long been used to signal soldiers on the field of battle, and the US Army is no different. This Antiqued 7th Cavalry Bugle is modeled after typical army bugles and pays homage to the 7th cavalry.
This great civil war canteen will be a great addition to your outfit. This canteen is for decorative purposes only. The Civil War canteen comes with a strap and chain cork catch. The canteen is made of tin covered with woolen cloth.
These Civil War bugles are instrument-quality pieces, capable of sounding the charge with ear-splitting efficiency. This particular model is unmarked, with a striking brass coloration and authentic design.
Never get lost on the re-enactment battle field again. This Civil War compass is fully functional and will help you find the direction you need to go. The Civil War compass is made of brass and small enough to fit in your pocket.
Instruments are an effective way of communicating orders, especially when working with large numbers. This Civil War Army Bugle is modeled after the bugles that were used to signal troops in the field with orders.
This is an alternative hat cord for the Union Slouch Hat and the Confederate Slouch Hat. Decorative cords were wrapped around a hat to help distinguish officers from other soldiers in battle and give them an impressive look.
Spurs are not just the accessories of cowboys and outlaws, but rather, of anyone who rides a horse! These Civil War Officers Spurs are an accessory that improved an officers image and the control he exerted over his mount.
Civil War soldiers drank from large tin cups with their meals. This mug is made of plated tin and measures 4 inches high and 4 inches wide. The tin mug is very light so as to be less weight for the soldier to carry.
When it comes to war, it pays to have plenty of ammo on hand, available at all times and within easy reach. This Confederate States Leather Cap Pouch is a belt accessory that lets a soldier keep his caps right where he needs them.