COLONIAL PEWTER COAT BUTTON

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Item Code: 173-525

An excavated example of a 18th century pewter coat size (24mm) button with a plain face. This specimen is missing its shank and is without manufacturer's marks. The recovery site is from an unknown Gettysburg area.

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