C & D Jarnagin Company
Please note the hand stitching done in linen thread and the careful finishing job done on these goods. This fine hand craftsmanship is done by American workers here in our workshops.
We are the manufacturer and may not have all items in stock.
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Leather Preservation Please follow this link for more information on the care and feed of leather.
All "smoothout" leather (bridle) items (black and russet) are finished with period stains or dyes applied using period techniques. This has all come out of my extensive research on the 19th century tanning industry. The leather also has built in mold and mildew resistance in these period finishes. To see pictures of the dyeing process in action please follow the link below.
To see more pictures how they dyed leather during the 19th century.
We use 1860's period techniques to dye leather. An entire side is dyed at once and allowed three days to fully set up. The drying process makes the finish water resistant as called for by the Ordnance Dept.
Following period methods has made it difficult to stock leather items so there may be a delay in getting your leather goods.
This way of finishing can cause the dyed surface to turn white in cold weather. This is a common problem in period leather as well. This white can be cleared with an application of white vinegar.
This is all done in order to give you, the consumer the closest copy of the original items as possible.
Some are selling what they call "real" buff that is a yellowish color that is very soft and spongy, but according to the Ordnance dept. of the time the leather should be of a firm consistency, and should not be Spongy. Our buff leather is specially tanned for us and very closely matches what the original buff leather was like.
Please allow 4 to 6 weeks on all blackened buff orders, due difficulty of dyeing the buff black properly.
Uses #SCB2410 Scabbard (Order Scabbard Separately)
Is made with the correct brass frog stud for attaching to the belt as well as the brass finial.
#241828E Pattern of 1828 Shoulder Belt (Baldric) in buff leather with round eagle breast plate in white metal $175.00
#241828 Pattern of 1828 Shoulder Belt (Baldric) in buff leather with round eagle breast plate $155.00
#241828BP Pattern of 1828 Shoulder Belt (Baldric) in buff leather with brass oval breast plate $175.00
#241828HR Pattern of 1828 Shoulder Belt (Baldric) in black bridle leather with round eagle breast plate $120.00
#241828HRBP Pattern of 1828 Shoulder Belt (Baldric) in black bridle leather with brass oval breast plate $135.00
#NCO2401B US Baldric in buff leather $155.00
This is the Shoulder carriage for the NCO or Musician Sword. If you want the baldric made in waxed leather please specify when ordering and the price will be the same as the NCO2401.
This frog is used with the NCO sword or Musician sword. We have an original NCO belt in our collection with the frog attached.
When ordering a bayonet scabbard be sure to indicate if it is for an original bayonet or a reproduction. Reproduction bayonets are generally longer
and bigger than original bayonets.
Has a brass top and brass button. (Specify if you are using the 1816, 1842 or 1855 bayonet)
#HS2411 Pattern of 1840 US Waist Belt Scabbard, sewn frog (No Rivets) (White Buff Frog) (fully hand sewn scabbard) $190.00
Entering US service sometime during the 1840's was the angled sewn scabbard and frog design. It was made for use with the Model 1816 and Model 1835 type bayonets, coming in two different lengths 16 3/4" and 19 1/2".
(Specify if you are using the 1816 or 1842 bayonet)
These scabbards are made up to fit original bayonets or Italian Mfg 1842 bayonet, if you are using this for a different please specify when ordering.
#241151 The Pattern of 1851 US Waist Belt Scabbard, sewn frog (No Rivets) (Blackened Buff Frog) $140.00
#HS241151 The Pattern of 1851 US Waist Belt Scabbard, sewn frog (No Rivets) (Blackened Buff Frog) (fully hand sewn scabbard) $210.00
This scabbard is exactly as the pattern 1840 above. The only difference is
the frog is made of blackened buff instead of white buff.
These scabbards are made up to fit original bayonets or
Italian Mfg 1842 bayonet, if you are using this for a different please specify when
#HS245 Pattern of 1859 scabbard US Waist Belt Scabbard (fully hand sewn scabbard) $155.00
#HS248 Pattern of February 1863 US Waist Belt Scabbard (Seven Rivet Frog) (fully hand sewn scabbard) $155.00
As noted above this scabbard made its debut sometime after February 25, 1863. Identical to the #245 scabbard with the exception of the additional rivets. Made with makers marks. This pattern was made originally for Springfield bayonets only. This pattern scabbard had several changes over the Pattern of 1859 scabbard the most notable being the "fluted scabbard or tube". The less known feature is the extra pins added in the brass tip. The number of pins in the tip was changed from two to four.
These are an excellent choice for a late war impression only. These scabbards can be ordered bridle
or blackened buff leather frogs. (Specify if you are using the 1842 , 1855 Springfield or P53 Enfield bayonet)
Note: The blackened buff frog specification will
be provided with the Gaylord maker mark.
#HSENF0248 Hand Sewn (British) Bayonet Scabbard (Without Frog) for P53 Enfield Rifled Musket (Black Only) $120.00
These are not imported scabbard but are made here in Our shop in USA.
This scabbard is for the British Pattern 1853 Rifled Musket.
This style scabbard was used heavily by the confederates. The Federal use of this scabbard is very limited, such as the 44th Mass, which was issued equipment from a captured blockade runner.
Our reproduction of this scabbard is for use with the #ENF2601 frog. The brass throat and finial are exacting replications of the original in our collection. This scabbard can be made for either reproduction or original bayonets, please indicate which you are using.
Early Pattern Sword Bayonet Frog
#2606 Early Sword Bayonet Frog (to fit the Mississippi rifle and the 1855 rifle)
This is the early production style frog used for carrying the newly adopted sword bayonet for the Mississippi rifle and the 1855 rifle. This style of frog is often confused as being for the naval cutlass. Look for additional information on this frog in Paul Johnson’s (author of “Civil War Cartridge Boxes”) upcoming book on bayonet scabbards. These frogs were made in three types of material, blackened buff, waxed, and bridle leather. The frog will be made in the style for the Mississippi bayonet unless otherwise specified. . . . . . . . . . . $55.00 (add $20.00 for blackened buff)
(The frog pictured is made of bridle leather.)
OPTIONS: Blackened Buff, Waxed Leather, Or Bridle Leather
When Ordering Specify Mississippi Rifle or 1855 Rifle
Crown soap- 4oz of soap in a tin container $8.95
We are now offering this period soap for cleaning leather. This is based off a period recipe for soap liked by harness makers. This is not like modern saddle soaps but instead is mostly made from cod oil. This type of soap will clean the leather but not be harsh enough to damage the leather. Leather items should be cleaned with soap several times a year in order to prevent the build up of dirt and other things that will damage the grain surface.
#113 Neatsfoot Oil 8 fl. oz. 100% pure $6.95
#PW124 Preservation Wax $14.95
This is specially designed product to give you maximum life out of your leather items. This is the clear wax, for use on russet items. This wax contains a natural mold and mildew inhibiter, along with protection from insect damage.
#BPW125 Black Preservation Wax $16.95
This is specially designed product to give you maximum life out of your leather items. Lamp black has been added to help maintain the black color of your leather items. This wax contains a natural mold and mildew inhibiter, along with protection from insect damage.
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