EXCAVATED FEDERAL CAVALRY BUTTON, CV1

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Item Code: 127-1596

Button depicts eagle facing right with "C" in the shield, generally for cavalry officers.  Two part convex button, coat size. Backmark partially legible, appears to read "HORSTMANN & ALLIEN / (dot) NY (dot)" dm between two solid rings, inner ring of rays. Some gilt remaining on face. Shank present, slightly bent.

Location of recovery unknown.

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