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CONFEDERATE BLOCK-A ARTILLERY BUTTON FROM CLARK’S MOUNTAIN

CONFEDERATE BLOCK-A ARTILLERY BUTTON FROM CLARK’S MOUNTAIN

This Confederate artillery enlisted man’s coat button was excavated in central Virginia as Clark’s Mountain. The face has a deep, chocolate brown patina with a little green at the 12 o’clock and… (1000-2238). Learn More »

POSTWAR VIRGINIA STAFF OFFICER’S BUTTON BY HORSTMANN

POSTWAR VIRGINIA STAFF OFFICER’S BUTTON BY HORSTMANN

This three-piece coat size Virginia button has substantial gilt left on the face and good detailing of the figures of the Virginia state seal and the motto on a ribbon on a lined background with an… (1000-2250). Learn More »

GEORGIA STATE SEAL CUFF BUTTON EXCAVATED AT CLARKS MOUNTAIN

GEORGIA STATE SEAL CUFF BUTTON EXCAVATED AT CLARKS MOUNTAIN

This is a cuff size Georgia state seal button was excavated at Clark’s Mountain, an important observation point in central Virginia. The back and shank are in place. The face bears the state coat of… (1000-2259). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE INFANTRY SCRIPT-I BUTTON

CONFEDERATE INFANTRY SCRIPT-I BUTTON

This coat-size Confederate infantryman’s button recently came to us in group of buttons excavated in central Virginia. This has a nice, full chocolate patina of the face with a tad of gray showing,… (1000-2241). Learn More »

NICE VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE CADET BUTTON

NICE VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE CADET BUTTON

This VMI cadet button was recovered at Clark’s Mountain in central Virginia. The face has no pushes and clearly shows “CADET” at the top and V.M.I. at the bottom,  the state seal figure of… (1000-2245). Learn More »

$75.00
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CONFEDERATE SCRIPT-A INFANTRY BUTTON - BLOCKADE RUN

CONFEDERATE SCRIPT-A INFANTRY BUTTON - BLOCKADE RUN

Artillery was the smallest of the three fighting branches of the army. This is a good example of the scarce English made script-A button with the backmark of, “S. Isaacs Campbell & Co. / London… (1000-2268). Learn More »

VIRGINIA STATE SEAL BUTTON

VIRGINIA STATE SEAL BUTTON

Excavated at Clark’s Mountain in central Virginia. A two-piece coat-size button with intact back and shank. This has an even patina and shows the personified Virtue triumphing over the slain… (1000-2254). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE SCRIPT-I INFANTRY BUTTON - BLOCKADE RUN

CONFEDERATE SCRIPT-I INFANTRY BUTTON - BLOCKADE RUN

A nice example of the English made script-I button with a clear backmark of the famous firm, “S. Isaacs Campbell & Co. / London / 71 Jermyn St.” Shank is in place. “London” is a bit light.… (1000-2240). Learn More »

$175.00
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REPUBLIC OF TEXAS INFANTRY BUTTON BY SCOVILL

REPUBLIC OF TEXAS INFANTRY BUTTON BY SCOVILL

The Texas existed as republic from 1836 to 1845. This pattern features a raised star at center with an “I” for infantry and the words, “Republic of Texas” around the edge. Scovills filled a… (1000-2279). Learn More »

US GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

US GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

Recovered at Barlow’s knoll by local relic hunter and resident Ron Miller. He was the brother of Ed Miller, well-known local relic hunter who amassed a large Gettysburg collection. Button has a… (286-581). Learn More »

$65.00
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US/CS JACKET/SHIRT BUTTON RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

US/CS JACKET/SHIRT BUTTON RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

Recovered at Reynolds’ Woods by local relic hunter and resident Ron Miller. He was the brother of Ed Miller, well-known local relic hunter who amassed a large Gettysburg collection. Button has a… (286-575). Learn More »

$25.00
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US GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG!

US GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG!

Recovered at Reynolds’ Woods by local relic hunter and resident Ron Miller. He was the brother of Ed Miller, well-known local relic hunter who amassed a large Gettysburg collection. Button complete… (286-574). Learn More »

$65.00
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US GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG!

US GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG!

Recovered at the Lutheran Seminary grounds, first day’s fight, by local relic hunter and resident Ron Miller. He was the brother of Ed Miller, well-known local relic hunter who amassed a large… (286-592). Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

US GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG!

US GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG!

Recovered in field between Reynolds’ Woods and the McPherson Barn, by local relic hunter and Gettysburg resident Ron Miller. He was the brother of Ed Miller, well-known local relic hunter who… (286-578). Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

US GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG!

US GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG!

Recovered at Barlow’s Knoll, by local relic hunger and resident Ron Miller. Miller was the brother of Ed Miller, well known local relic hunter who amassed a large Gettysburg collection. Button… (286-580). Learn More »

$65.00
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CONFEDERATE INFANTRY BLOCK-I BUTTON

CONFEDERATE INFANTRY BLOCK-I BUTTON

This is part of collection of buttons excavated in central Virginia and this one was found at Clark’s Mountain, an important landmark and observation point during the war. The face is a crusty… (1000-2239). Learn More »

ONE-PIECE COIN STYLE BUTTON WITH STAR DESIGN

ONE-PIECE COIN STYLE BUTTON WITH STAR DESIGN

This is part of collection of buttons excavated in central Virginia. This is an early coin-style button with nice silver color to the face and engraved detail. The central motif is a six-pointed… (1000-2274). Learn More »

VIRGINIA STATE SEAL BUTTON BY HORSTMANN AND ALLIEN

VIRGINIA STATE SEAL BUTTON BY HORSTMANN AND ALLIEN

A nice excavated coat size button with clear “Virginia” and “Sic Semper Tyrannis” state motto around the perimeter. The central figures of Virtue and Tyranny are distinct, though lacking… (1000-2249). Learn More »

CAVALRY “C” EAGLE BUTTON IDENTIFIED TO 7TH MISSOURI CAVALRY OFFICER

CAVALRY “C” EAGLE BUTTON IDENTIFIED TO 7TH MISSOURI CAVALRY OFFICER

Button is from a small group of items recently acquired that are identified to Major John W. Toppass of Missouri. Brass coat sized button with a face that bears a spread-winged with a shield on his… (766-1054). Learn More »

VIRGINIA COAT BUTTON

VIRGINIA COAT BUTTON

Brass coat button has the Virginia coat of arms on a plain field with Virtus’ spear shaft behind Tyranny’s head. Within a lined border around the coat of arms is “VIRGINIA” and “SIC SEMPER… (M15588). Learn More »


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SIXTH ARMY CORPS STAFF OFFICER’S CHASSEUR STYLE KEPI WITH CORPS BADGE

In excellent condition, this wartime staff officer’s cap is the low-crowned chasseur style favored by many officers for its rather natty appearance. Made of medium blue wool that preserves its nap, the cap shows excellent color and virtually no… (33-261). Learn More »

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