UNION EAGLE “I” COAT BUTTON FROM THE WHEATFIELD, GETTYSBURG

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Item Code: 286-940

Excavated eagle “I” button, a Union infantry officer’s button in good condition. Coat size (21mm) with shank. Brown/green patina. No backmark. Recovered from the Wheatfield.

From the collection of Ron Miller, brother of noted Gettysburg relic hunter Ed Miller. Ron was born in Gettysburg and was a teacher by profession. He walked and hunted the surrounding farm fields his entire life in search of relics. He was a member of the Adams County Historical Society and the Lincoln Fellowship of Pennsylvania. [jet] [ph:L]

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