EXCAVATED CONFEDERATE INFANTRY SCRIPT ‘I’ BUTTON, CS177

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Item Code: 127-1597

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Two part convex button, coat size. Button depicts script style "I", intended for Confederate infantry troops, manufactured in England and smuggled through the blockade.  Backmark: blank with no contours, blank possibly to disguise the agent of origin. Likely produced by Smith Kemp Wright.  Nice, even dark chocolate patina. Shank present, though bent.

Location of recovery unknown.

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