NEW YORK STATE JACKET BUTTON FOUND AT GETTYSBURG

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Item Code: 224-521

Recovered on Culp’s Hill by local resident and relic hunter Ms. Mary Ann Rider. Her mother, Iva Rosensteel, was sister to George Rosensteel, founder of the Electric Map Museum in Gettysburg.

Nice light chocolate patina. Shank present. Backmark illegible.   [ws] [ph:L]

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