UNION EAGLE COAT BUTTON RECOVERED AT 2ND CORPS CAMP IN TANEYTOWN – GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN

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Union coat button. This eagle button is the enlisted general service button for the Union army. In “dug” relic condition with brown patina overall. Good shank. Extra Quality backmark.  Recovered from the camp of the Union 2nd Corps on their way to Gettysburg.  [jet]  [PH:L]

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