C.S. SCRIPT “I” BUTTON WITH CLOTH – RECOVERED FROM COLD HARBOR, VA

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Item Code: 1054-2485

This artifact is a fine, excavated example of a convex two-piece CS infantry script I button as worn on the uniforms of Confederate foot soldiers.

This brass, coat-size button has a border and a central, large Old English “I”. This excavated button is in solid shape.  23-mm. The shank is present and straight. Maker’s backmark is worn but readable, “S. ISAACS CAMPBELL & Co. London”. Round piece of brown colored cloth remains behind button. Cloth measures about one inch in diameter.

Recovered from Cold Harbor, VA. Overall green patina. This would make a fine addition to any Civil War button display.  [sl]

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