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RARE AUTHENTIC, NON-DUG CONFEDERATE CAST BLOCK “I” COAT BUTTON

RARE AUTHENTIC, NON-DUG CONFEDERATE CAST BLOCK “I” COAT BUTTON

Albert’s CS184.  Confederate wartime manufacture for Infantry troops. Button is one-piece sand cast, back is deep well concave, post under shank, no marks.  Crude southern "local" manufacture.… (127-2202). Learn More »

MARYLAND STATE SEAL COAT BUTTON

MARYLAND STATE SEAL COAT BUTTON

Albert’s MD11B. Button depicts state seal of Maryland, a shield with a fisherman, farmer, and eagle. Manufactured before the war, intended for officers of Maryland militia units, who generally sided… (127-2226). Learn More »

NEW HAVEN [CT] GRAYS COAT BUTTON

NEW HAVEN [CT] GRAYS COAT BUTTON

Albert’s CT28. Connecticut military organization button; three-part officer’s button.  Script lettering “NHG” on face. BM:  * WATERBURY BUTTON CO. * EXTRA” between 2 rings of buttons.… (127-2267). Learn More »

RARE 1ST RHODE ISLAND LIGHT INFANTRY BUTTON

RARE 1ST RHODE ISLAND LIGHT INFANTRY BUTTON

Albert’s RI17. Coat size. “1st L.I.” on lined faced surrounded by ring of alternating stars and dots. BM:  “R & W ROBINSON” in riband. Shank present.  Surface crack on reverse. Good… (127-2244). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE OFFICER’S COAT BUTTON

CONFEDERATE OFFICER’S COAT BUTTON

Albert’s CS36A. Central eagle facing left surrounded by eleven stars on lined field. Two part convex button, flat brass back.  BM:  “ * H  T & B * MANCHESTER” dm on a very flat back,… (127-2197). Learn More »

RARE CONFEDERATE NAVY OVERCOAT BUTTON

RARE CONFEDERATE NAVY OVERCOAT BUTTON

Albert’s CS60. Button depicts fluted anchor with cannons over "CN", large hard rubber button intended for Confederate enlisted navy. Captain Terry Sinclair obtained these buttons from the English… (127-2215). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE “I” INFANTRY BUTTON, VEST SIZE

CONFEDERATE “I” INFANTRY BUTTON, VEST SIZE

Albert’s CS173A.  20 mm. Button depicts lined block "I", intended for Confederate infantry troops, manufactured in England and smuggled through the blockade. Backmark: "P. TAIT & Co / (dot)… (127-2201). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE SCRIPT “E” ENGINEER’S BUTTON

CONFEDERATE SCRIPT “E” ENGINEER’S BUTTON

Albert’s CS151. Button depicts stippled script "E", intended for Confederate Engineer officers, manufactured in England and smuggled through the blockade. Backmark: "H T & B / (star) MANCHESTER… (127-2211). Learn More »

EXCAVATED SOUTH CAROLINA LOCAL BUTTON, SC20A

EXCAVATED SOUTH CAROLINA LOCAL BUTTON, SC20A

Excavated South Carolina Confederate Local Button SC20A. The word in the motto is misspelled "OPIRUSQUE". Backmark: "W. Wildt & Son" rmdc 23mm. Shank possibly replaced. Smooth brown patina.… (127-1027). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR LOUISIANA STATE SEAL BUTTON

CIVIL WAR LOUISIANA STATE SEAL BUTTON

Albert’s LA7A1. Button depicts a pelican on a lined field with rope border around its edge, intended for Louisiana militia units. This die was produced by Steele & Johnson before the war,… (127-2233). Learn More »

VIRGINIA OFFICER’S COAT BUTTON

VIRGINIA OFFICER’S COAT BUTTON

Albert’s VA20. Three part officer’s staff button, coat size.  Button depicts Virginia state seal, Virtus slaying the tyrant. Backmark: "C. WENDLINGER. / RICHMOND VA." dm inner ring around the… (127-2220). Learn More »

WISCONSIN STATE SEAL BUTTON (WC1)

WISCONSIN STATE SEAL BUTTON (WC1)

Central state seal on lined field. Three-piece button. Straight shank. “Scovill Mf’g Co. Waterbury”.  Coat size. Good condition, slight push.  [jet] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS… (622-232). Learn More »

$75.00
Originally $85.00
SOLD

SCARCE STYLE VIRGINIA STAFF COAT BUTTON

SCARCE STYLE VIRGINIA STAFF COAT BUTTON

Albert’s VA17. Button depicts Virginia state seal, Virtus slaying the tyrant. Backmark: “  * HORSTMANN * N.Y. & PHILADA ”, between two rings of dots. Slight push on left side of face. … (127-2219). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CAVALRY STIPPLED “C” COAT BUTTON

CONFEDERATE CAVALRY STIPPLED “C” COAT BUTTON

Albert’s CS126. Two part convex button. Button depicts stippled block "C", intended for Confederate cavalry troops, manufactured in England and smuggled through the blockade. Backmark: "H T & B… (127-2204). Learn More »

NON-DUG NORTH CAROLINA STARBURST COAT BUTTON

NON-DUG NORTH CAROLINA STARBURST COAT BUTTON

Button depicts "NC" surrounded by a sunburst, intended for North Carolina troops. This pattern features 7 rays, centered with point at top, "NC" encircled on a lined background, sunrays on a stipled… (127-2236). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE STIPPLED “R” RIFLEMAN’S COAT BUTTON

CONFEDERATE STIPPLED “R” RIFLEMAN’S COAT BUTTON

Albert’s CS201. Two part convex button, coat size. Button depicts stippled block "R", intended for Confederate riflemen, manufactured in England and smuggled through the blockade. Riflemen were… (127-2203). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CAVALRY COAT BUTTON

CONFEDERATE CAVALRY COAT BUTTON

Albert’s CS127.  Central block “C” (lined) on plain field with border. Backmark, “SUPERIOR QUALITY *. Shank present though slightly loose. Bright face, has a few very small dings. … (127-2224). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY BUTTON

CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY BUTTON

Central block “A” (lined) on plain field with border. Two-piece button with straight shank. “H.T.&B. MANCHESTER.” Coat size, Very good condition; bright. References: Tice CSA200A1; Alberts… (990-127). Learn More »

SOUTH CAROLINA STATE SEAL BUTTON – H T & B, MANCHESTER

SOUTH CAROLINA STATE SEAL BUTTON – H T & B, MANCHESTER

Beautiful South Carolina state seal button. Coat size. Backmark: “H T &B  MANCHESTER”. Straight, round shank with very fine condition face. Reference: Tice SC260A1; Alberts SC15A.… (986-39). Learn More »

NICE COPY OF UNIFORM BUTTONS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1776-1865

NICE COPY OF UNIFORM BUTTONS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1776-1865

By Warren K. Tice. Published by Thomas Publications, Gettysburg, PA, 1997.  520 pp., ills. White glazed color-illustrated cover, 11.25 x 8.75”, with black spine lettering. Fine condition. An… (573-67). Learn More »

$250.00
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RARE CONFEDERATE MANUFACTURED 12 POUNDER IRON HOWITZER TUBE MADE BY TREDEGAR IRON WORKS IN RICHMOND, DATED 1862!

This foundry was named for the famous iron works at Tredegar, Wales; the Tredegar Iron Works opened in 1837 and was active in the foundry trade for many years in Richmond until 1952. In 1841 Joseph Anderson became involved with the Tredegar foundry… (455-09). Learn More »

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