ITEM # CB29 VA.7. Button has good detail and no defects at all.
Recovered from a C.S. Camp in New Kent, Va.
ITEM # CB33 N.C. Sunburst. While not the prettiest button around and missing
shank as always it is a good solid confederate button. Recovered
from Surry Co, Va.
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ITEM # CB16 Georgia State Seal. Non-dug button with lots of gold
wash and mark of *W.G.Mintzer* Phila. 1861.
ITEM # CB8 Confederate Artillery. Nice block A button with smooth face, full
shank and good tin back. Recovered from Dinwiddie, Va.
ITEM # CB31 C.S. Artillery Coat Button. Manuscript A in outstanding condition with
a beautiful chocolate brown patina and no ground action. No
defects or repairs of any kind. This one will never need an upgrade.
Backmark: Halfmann & Taylor Montgomery
ITEM # CB40 North Carolina Sun Burst. Good looking button with nice detail
and smooth. Button is missing shank as most often are.
ITEM # CB35 Confederate Infantry Block 'I'. Good condition button with solid
tin back. Missing shank, recovered from Middle Tennessee.
ITEM # CB24 'Confederate Script Infantry' Great looking button,
non-dug and Isaacs & Campbell backmark.
ITEM # CB10 Confederate Cavalry Stippled C. Produced by H.T.& B. of Manchester England.
Button does have some ground action but overall nice condition and solid for
this Extremely Rare cuff size button. Recovered from a C.S. Picket Post in
Prince George Co, Va by Tommy Smith.
ITEM # CB36 VA13. In the cuff size. Button has a crease on the
face where may have been hit when dug. Gold
high-lighting and shank. Solid button. Recovered by
Adam Bond in Chesterfield Co, Va.
ITEM # CB37 C.S.Staff Local. Good condition button with solid back & shank.
Button does have some light ground action to the face. dug
from the Middle Tennessee area. Button is solid.
ITEM # CB39 Confederate Infantry Script "I" Button. Blank Back variant with
killer patina and no ground action, defects or repairs. Button
was recovered from Fredericksburg, Va.
ITEM # CB17 C.S. Artillery. Run through the federal blockade for confederate usage.
Produced by Hammond, Turner & Bates of Manchester England.
Great example with nice detail and no ground action. There is the
smallest pin point dent over the right base of the A.
ITEM # CB27 V.M.I. Cadet. Coat size button with nice gold wash and a
back mark of R. &. W. Robinson in the ribbon. Dug near
ITEM # CB41 Confederate Infantry Coat Button. Block "I" button in mint condition and ( Dug ).
By far the nicest that I have seen in 30 years and will never need upgrading.
Backmark: E M L & C. Richmond VA. Recovered from Fredericksburg, Va.
ITEM # CB25 Va.13 Cuff. Nice non-dug button with the scarcer
mark of * Wm.H.Smith & Co. New-York.
ITEM # CB34 Confederate Infantry Script "I" Button. Coat size button with nice
chocolate brown patina. There is a push to the face but a good
solid button. Recovered by Adam Bond in Chesterfield Co, Va.
ITEM # CB3 Low Convex Virginia State Seal. Smooth button with great detail
and gilt highlighting. No problems or repairs.
Backmark: Young.Smith & Co. New.York
ITEM # CB26 Mississippi Infantry. Great detail and gold in all the right
places. Shank is tilted slightly to the side. Recovered from
Southeastern, Va. Backmark: Hyde & Goodrich. N.O.
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ITEM # CB22 Alabama Volunteer Corps. Great non-dug example.
Lots of gold and no problems of any kind.
ITEM # CB32 Confederate Artillery Lined A Button. Nice looking artillery button
recovered by Tommy Smith in Prince George Co, Va.
Button is missing shank but in really nice dug condition.
Light ( Superior Quality ) back mark.
ITEM # CB7 Medium South Carolina with nice gold highlighting. Dug with shank,
no defects or repairs. Backmark: Scovill Mfg Co. Waterbury.
ITEM # CB28 Cuff - Kepi Confederate script "I" Button. This one has light ground
action but an overall good dug button. Back mark is weak but does
appear to be * Treble Rich / Standard *. Button was recovered
from Dinwiddie Co, Va.