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VIRGINIA COAT BUTTON

VIRGINIA COAT BUTTON

Virginia coat-sized button. Backmark reads: “SCOVILL MFG. CO. WATERBURY”. No dents or dings; some oxidation is present on edges but much of original gilt remains. Stand up shank.   … (2-633). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE NAVY BUTTON

CONFEDERATE NAVY BUTTON

Albert’s CS53. Handsome button with nearly 100% gilt with some wear on high spots. BM: “ISAAC S CAMPBELL & CO. / 71 JEREMY ST. - / LONDON”. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS… (622-207). Learn More »

$1,400.00
Originally $1,500.00

WONDERFUL, NON-DUG CONFEDERATE LOCAL BLOCK “A” UNIFORM BUTTON

WONDERFUL, NON-DUG CONFEDERATE LOCAL BLOCK “A” UNIFORM BUTTON

This non-excavated artifact is an outstanding example of a Confederate local Block “A” brass button as worn on Southern enlistedman’s artillery uniforms. The coat-size artillery button is of… (526-57). Learn More »

RIFLEMEN BUTTON, RF6

RIFLEMEN BUTTON, RF6

20mm. Fine quality, high convex 1-pc, rare. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR LAYAWAY PROGRAM. FOR OUR… (127-931). Learn More »

BRITISH MANUFACTURED NON-DUG CONFEDERATE BLOCK “A” BUTTON

BRITISH MANUFACTURED NON-DUG CONFEDERATE BLOCK “A” BUTTON

(TICE CSA200A / ALBERT CS101). Coat sized button with a face that consists of a large block letter “A” on a plain field. Rim of face is slightly raised. There is some wear to the gilt of the face… (127-2147). Learn More »

EXCAVATED FEDERAL ENGINEER’S BUTTON, EG6

EXCAVATED FEDERAL ENGINEER’S BUTTON, EG6

Two part low convex coat button. Button depicts eagle with banner with motto, "Essayons", fortifications, and rising sun, intended for officers of the engineer corps.  Backmark no longer… (127-1604). Learn More »

ENGLISH MADE CONFEDERATE CAVALRY BUTTON

ENGLISH MADE CONFEDERATE CAVALRY BUTTON

(Tice  CSC203,  Albert’s CS127) Button has lined Roman “C” on a plain background. Brass back is marked “SUPERIOR QUALITY.” Face and shank are in very good condition. Approx. 23mm in… (7-3451). Learn More »

CAST CONFEDERATE MADE INFANTRY “I” BUTTON

CAST CONFEDERATE MADE INFANTRY “I” BUTTON

(Tice CSI 277, Albert’s Not listed) Non-dug example has plain Roman “I” on a plain field. White metal cast with integral shank and blank back. Button is of one piece. 22mm in size. Button does… (7-3447). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE MADE INFANTRY “I” BUTTON

CONFEDERATE MADE INFANTRY “I” BUTTON

(Tice CSI 243, Albert’s CS 182) Non-dug example has plain Roman “I” on a plain field. Brass back has continuous inner ring and an outer ring of dots. Button is of two piece construction with… (7-3444). Learn More »

ENGLISH MADE CONFEDERATE STAFF OFFICER’S BUTTON

ENGLISH MADE CONFEDERATE STAFF OFFICER’S BUTTON

(Tice CS 205AM1    Albert’s CS 5) Non-dug example has droop-winged eagle at center surrounded by 5-pointed stars. Brass back has depressed mark that reads S & K/RIEVT’D & SOLDER’D… (7-3458). Learn More »

ENGLISH MADE CONFEDERATE STAFF OFFICER’S BUTTON

ENGLISH MADE CONFEDERATE STAFF OFFICER’S BUTTON

(Tice CS 205AM1, Albert’s CS 5) Non-dug example has droop-winged eagle at center surrounded by 5-pointed stars. Brass back has depressed mark that reads S & K/RIEVT’D & SOLDER’D with… (7-3459). Learn More »

NEW YORK NATIONAL GUARD BUTTON

NEW YORK NATIONAL GUARD BUTTON

NY17 in Albert’s button book.  Beautiful button.  “EXCELSIOR” above “Columbia” style New York flying eagle.  A patriotic shield suspended from its beak.  First issued by the elite 7th… (M15835). Learn More »

FIRST REGIMENT OF RIFLEMEN BUTTON, RF6A

FIRST REGIMENT OF RIFLEMEN BUTTON, RF6A

Armitage/Philadelphia RD. As listed. Seldom seen. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR LAYAWAY PROGRAM. FOR… (127-927). Learn More »


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CIVIL WAR EAGLE POMMEL PRESENTATION SWORD BY PATIENTS AT MOWER GENERAL HOSPITAL TO DR. J.A.C. HANLY, MARCH 20th, 1863

Mower General Hospital, first known as Chestnut Hill Hospital, was one of the largest U.S. General Hospitals. Planned and built in 1862, it opened in early 1863 and could hold 3600 patients. Covering 27 acres the complex included 47 wards and other… (870-613). Learn More »

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