1ST Maryland Infantry REGIMENT

1861

COMPANY D

1862

1ST MARYLAND GEAR

BELTS, CARTRIDGE BOXES, CAP BOXES, AND BELT PLATES



















  • Belt plates shall be Maryland state seal oval plates or rectangle style
  • All leather accoutrements shall be black. Marylanders preferred black leather. They even went to the extent of dying neutral leather black. Refer to our “Supporting Evidence” page. ***PLEASE BUY QUALITY MADE LEATHERS
  • Wearing cartridge box on belt or shoulder slings are both permitted.




CANTEENS


    •    Wooden Gardner canteens, Union “smooth side” canteens, or variants of period correct tin drum canteens are all permitted.















HAVERSACKS


    •    Richmond Depot style, Muslin style, and Union tarred Haversacks are all permitted













KNAPSACKS AND BLANKET ROLLS













    •    Kibler packs, Pace packs, various period correct “militia” style hard packs, and Federal knapsacks are all authorized.

    •    Blanket rolls using period correct style blankets are authorized.



FEDERAL REGULATION BLANKET

Federal Cap Box

Cartridge Box and Sling

Confederate Made Variant Cap Box

State Seal Belt Plate

Confederate Made Variant Cap Box

From L to R: Smoothside Canteen, Confederate Tin Canteen, Wooden Gardner Canteen, Wooden Gardner Canteen

Muslin Haversack

Richmond Depot Style