EARLY RIFLEMAN COAT BUTTON

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Item Code: 286-1059

Coat size. Face features central eagle with shield. “R” in shield. This is a two-piece button. Slightly bent shank. Backmark reads “W.H. HORSTMANN / PHILA” on stippled field. Circa 1840s or 1850s. Coat size, 19mm. One small age spot with light verdigris on edge near arrow heads.

Reference: Albert RF16 to RF21. Reference: Tice RF203 to RF231.    [jet] [ph:m]

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