CONFEDERATE SCRIPT-A INFANTRY BUTTON - BLOCKADE RUN

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Artillery was the smallest of the three fighting branches of the army. This is a good example of the scarce English made script-A button with the backmark of, “S. Isaacs Campbell & Co. / London / 71 Jermyn St.” The hank is in place. Some of the lettering is obscure, but there is no doubt about the firm. Slight crustiness to the face, but with a well-defined, lined letter on plain field. Thought to have been made by Smith, Kemp & Wright for the firm, which sent a lot of material through the blockade. This one was found in central Virginia.  [sr]

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