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  • Breast Plate 

    Museums of Port Isabel (2011-01-03)
    Breast Plate with damage insignia
  • Breast Plates 

    Museums of Port Isabel (2011-01-03)
    These breastplates, with corresponding buttons, from 5th, 10th and 11th Infantry Regiments show the great diversity in accountrements worn by different groups in the Mexican Army. The 11th Regiment plate even identifies ...
  • Breast Plates 

    Museums of Port Isabel (2011-01-03)
    This breast plate appears to have been blown outwards possibly from a bullet.
  • Cartridge Box Belt Plate 

    Hinojosa, Manuel (2010-12-23)
    A flat shield with pearl border outline. A raised exploding bomb with a spread wavy flame centers the plate. A drilled hole at its bottom was used to secure a chain for a brush and pick; two fastening prongs with holes are ...
  • Eagle US shako plate 

    Hinojosa, Manuel (2011-05-06)
    Eagle US shako plate, found at Fort Ringold, Texas
  • First light cavalry lancer cross belt breast plate 

    Museums of Port Isabel (2011-01-03)
    First light cavalry lancer cross belt breast plate.
  • "Guzman Bomb" 

    Hinojosa, Manuel (2010-12-23)
    A flat plate with beveled corners. An applied exploding bomb centers the face of plate with a large sprayed flame; this object could probably belong to a grenadier, cavalry man or artillery officer.
  • US "Baby" 1836 buckle and crossbelt plate 

    Museums of Port Isabel (2011-01-03)
    US "Baby" 1839 buckle and cross belt plate.
  • Waist Belt Plate “San Jacinto Lions Head” 

    Hinojosa, Manuel (2010-12-22)
    A round disc with a Lion’s head. The reverse side is flat, except for an ovoid at the center of disc. Belt loop is to the right with applied s-link connector on the left. Traditional Hussar waist belt plate; a style used ...