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DUG US CAVALRY CUFF BUTTON CV1AV

DUG US CAVALRY CUFF BUTTON CV1AV

Location of recovery unknown. 15mm. Face is bright with a some gilt remaining. Shank present, though slightly bent. Blank back. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS… (127-1591). Learn More »

BRITISH 53RD REGIMENT OF FOOT BUTTON - REVOLUTIONARY WAR

BRITISH 53RD REGIMENT OF FOOT BUTTON - REVOLUTIONARY WAR

Relic condition.  Shank broken off.   Location of recovery unknown. The 53rd was raised in 1755 as the 55th but was renumbered in 1757 to the 53rd. The regiment would see its first action when it… (622-94). Learn More »

$300.00
Originally $400.00

PROVIDENCE MARINE CORPS OF ARTILLERY COAT BUTTON [RHODE ISLAND]

PROVIDENCE MARINE CORPS OF ARTILLERY COAT BUTTON [RHODE ISLAND]

Two piece, convex coat size button. BM:   " * R & W. ROBINSON */ EXTRA RICH " dm with two inner and one outer rings.  Manufactured between 1838-1848. Fne condition, nice bright gilt… (622-88). Learn More »

$200.00
Originally $225.00

VIRGINIA MILITIA BUTTON

VIRGINIA MILITIA BUTTON

Low convex, two piece Virginia state seal button. Shank present. BM: Superior Quality ****. Good condition. Tice's VA212B2, Albert's VA6. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL… (622-40). Learn More »

$675.00
Originally $775.00

THREE PIECE STATE OF MAINE COAT BUTTON

THREE PIECE STATE OF MAINE COAT BUTTON

This button is listed in Tice as ME200A2 and in Albert’s as ME1. The button face shows the arms for the State of Maine with the motto “DIRIGO” above and “MAINE” below on a lined field. The… (M22906). Learn More »

THREE PIECE STATE OF MAINE COAT BUTTON

THREE PIECE STATE OF MAINE COAT BUTTON

This button is listed in Tice as ME200A2 and in Albert’s as ME1. The button face shows the arms for the State of Maine with the motto “DIRIGO” above and “MAINE” below on a lined field. The… (M22904). Learn More »

VIRGINIA STATE MILITIA BUTTON, 1850’S-1860

VIRGINIA STATE MILITIA BUTTON, 1850’S-1860

Coat size (22.5 mm) convex, two piece construction.  A product of Scovill Manufacturing Company and marked for the firm of CANFIELD BROTHERS & CO. BALTIMORE in raised lettering within a depressed… (2-607). Learn More »

ONE PIECE MASSACHUSETTS MILITIA BUTTON

ONE PIECE MASSACHUSETTS MILITIA BUTTON

These buttons were produced in the early 19th Century. This one is listed in Tice as MS036A4 and in Albert as MS19. The flat face of the button has a lined field with a standing Indian holding an… (M22910). Learn More »

COLLECTION OF 22 LATE 18TH CENTURY/ EARLY 19TH BUTTONS

COLLECTION OF 22 LATE 18TH CENTURY/ EARLY 19TH BUTTONS

Various size (13 Coat & 9 Cuff) excavated pewter/ tombac & brass plain face civilian clothing buttons. Three are of brass and have their shanks; one is back marked with “Double Gilt No 2”.… (30-1712). Learn More »

STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS “A” BUTTON

STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS “A” BUTTON

(Tice MS300A2, Albert’s MS38) Excellent condition button. Face has raised arm with sword on a plain field surrounded by “MASS. VOLUNTEER MILITIA” with a letter “A” for artillery in the crook… (M22728). Learn More »

ENGLISH MADE CONFEDERATE INFANTRY SCRIPT “I” BUTTON

ENGLISH MADE CONFEDERATE INFANTRY SCRIPT “I” BUTTON

(Tice CSI 215, Albert’s CS 177) Non-dug example has lined script “I” on a plain field. Brass back is marked S. Isaacs Campbell & Co. London, 71 Jermyn St. Button is of two piece… (7-3448). Learn More »

ENGLISH MADE CONFEDERATE CAVALRY BUTTON

ENGLISH MADE CONFEDERATE CAVALRY BUTTON

(Tice  CSC203,  Albert’s CS127) Button has lined Roman “C” on a plain background. Brass back is marked “SUPERIOR QUALITY.” Face and shank are in very good condition. Approx. 23mm in… (7-3451). Learn More »

CAST CONFEDERATE MADE INFANTRY “I” BUTTON

CAST CONFEDERATE MADE INFANTRY “I” BUTTON

(Tice CSI 277, Albert’s Not listed) Non-dug example has plain Roman “I” on a plain field. White metal cast with integral shank and blank back. Button is of one piece. 22mm in size. Button does… (7-3447). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE MADE INFANTRY “I” BUTTON

CONFEDERATE MADE INFANTRY “I” BUTTON

(Tice CSI 243, Albert’s CS 182) Non-dug example has plain Roman “I” on a plain field. Brass back has continuous inner ring and an outer ring of dots. Button is of two piece construction with… (7-3444). Learn More »

ENGLISH MADE CONFEDERATE STAFF OFFICER’S BUTTON

ENGLISH MADE CONFEDERATE STAFF OFFICER’S BUTTON

(Tice CS 205AM1    Albert’s CS 5) Non-dug example has droop-winged eagle at center surrounded by 5-pointed stars. Brass back has depressed mark that reads S & K/RIEVT’D & SOLDER’D… (7-3458). Learn More »

ENGLISH MADE CONFEDERATE STAFF OFFICER’S BUTTON

ENGLISH MADE CONFEDERATE STAFF OFFICER’S BUTTON

(Tice CS 205AM1, Albert’s CS 5) Non-dug example has droop-winged eagle at center surrounded by 5-pointed stars. Brass back has depressed mark that reads S & K/RIEVT’D & SOLDER’D with… (7-3459). Learn More »

NEW YORK NATIONAL GUARD BUTTON

NEW YORK NATIONAL GUARD BUTTON

NY17 in Albert’s button book.  Beautiful button.  “EXCELSIOR” above “Columbia” style New York flying eagle.  A patriotic shield suspended from its beak.  First issued by the elite 7th… (M15835). Learn More »

PAIR OF RIFLEMAN’S BUTTONS

PAIR OF RIFLEMAN’S BUTTONS

Small cuff sized General Service Eagle buttons with a Rifleman’s “R” on the shield. Good condition with some gilt left. Both have shanks however one is bent. Maker marked on back… (M22147). Learn More »

REGIMENT OF RIFLEMEN BUTTON

REGIMENT OF RIFLEMEN BUTTON

One piece button.  Shank missing, blank back.  Albert's# RF3A1.  Uneven bronze patina.  20mm. (622-99). Learn More »

BUTTON STORAGE CASE

BUTTON STORAGE CASE

Storage case holds 36 buttons. (ST500004). Learn More »

FIRST REGIMENT OF RIFLEMEN BUTTON, RF6A

FIRST REGIMENT OF RIFLEMEN BUTTON, RF6A

Armitage/Philadelphia RD. As listed. Seldom seen. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR LAYAWAY PROGRAM. FOR… (127-927). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR U.S. INFANTRY OFFICER'S CUFF BUTTON (GI)

CIVIL WAR U.S. INFANTRY OFFICER'S CUFF BUTTON (GI)

In the 1880 most army units had buttons with a distinctive design. In 1821 officials decided to use a button showing an eagle over a shield with a simple letter I on the shield. Enlisted men used the… (M17527). 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 »


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PRESENTATION MAMALUKE WITH REMOVABLE FIGHTING GUARD - CAPTAIN JOHN HARRIS, 6TH COMMANDANT OF THE US MARINE CORPS

Presentation to Capt. Harris who had 50 years active service and was the 6th Commandant of the Marine Corps. A magnificent and unique Marine Mamaluke of regulation pattern but with the ability to add a fighting guard or remove for… (870-87). Learn More »

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