US GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG!

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Item Code: 286-592

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 Gettysburg collection.

Button complete with shank, has rich dark olive patina. Backmark: plain brass.  [ws]

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