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ITEM # EB23 Pewter Foliated Infantry. This is a low convex variant. Dug with shank.
ITEM # EB28 Militia 1 Piece. Scarce in this small size. Dug near Mobile.
ITEM # EB22 U.S.A.&E. United States Artillerists and Engineers. Scarce
dug button. These buttons are seldom encountered in
this dug condition. Button was produced around 1790.
Dug in Hanover Co, Va. Backmark: Carter/ Lombard Street.
ITEM # EB3 Infantry Officer ( Outstanding ) condition and patina.
Recovered from Florida.
ITEM # EB4 Regiment of Artillerists. 3rd Regiment 1811 - 1813
Excellent condition and dug with shank.
Recovered from Folkston, Ga.
ITEM # EB30 Dug Early Navy. Harder to come by in this cuff size. Button
is missing shank. Dug in New Kent, Va.
ITEM # EB14 Army General Service. 1808 - 1830. Good detail. Missing shank.
ITEM # EB13 Infantry Foliated "I" Button. Pewter button missing shank
and does have edge loss. Button is a fair example.
ITEM # EB25 1813 - 1814 Artillery 1st Regiment. Good condition button and
scarce with it's back mark of * Leavenworth Hayden & Scovil *
Dug at Trader's Hill.
ITEM # EB27 1st Regiment Officer's. War of 1812. Great button and scarce
in this dug condition. Recovered from Amelia Co, Va.
ITEM # EB1 12th U.S. Infantry Regiment 1798-1802. Button has good detail
but does have some edge loss and is missing shank. Still a very
nice early pewter button. ( United States 12 )
ITEM # EB6 Regiment of Artillerists 2nd Regiment 1811 - 1813 .
Coat button with good detail, missing shank.
ITEM # EB21 1813 - 1814 Artillery 3rd Regiment. Nice detail and patina. Button
has a small bend to the edge and looks to be of the period. Not
distracting to this great looking button. Dug near Folkston, Ga.
ITEM # EB19 1811 - 1813 Regiment of Artillerist 3rd Regiment. Great looking button
and scarce with the mark of * Leavenworth Hayden & Scovill *
ITEM # EB11 Infantry Officer's coat size button in great condition and loaded
with silver. Missing shank. Recovered from Folkston, Ga.
Backmark: Extra Plate. London.
ITEM # EB7 1812 Artillery. Coat button with great detail and patina.
Dug with shank. Recovered from Folkston, Ga.
ITEM # EB32 Artillery 2nd Regiment. 1813-1814. Button has light ground action.
Dug with shank and the mark of *Leavenworth, Hayden & Scovill*
ITEM # EB16 Early 1 piece Riflemen's coat size button. Great detail
and patina. Recovered from Georgia. Missing Shank.
ITEM # EB18 Light Artillery 1st Regiment. Button is in rough
condition. This one may clean a little better.
ITEM # EB20 Army General Service 1808 - 1830. Fair detailed example.
ITEM # UB31 Early Artillery Cuff Buttons. Group of 10 buttons all dug with shanks
and all in good condition. Recovered near Folkston, Ga.
ITEM # EB5 Artillery Corps. Nice detail and patina. Dug with original
shank. Recovered from Folkston, Ga.
ITEM # EB24 Foliated 'I' in good condition and dug with shank. Minor
flaking around the rim and shank. Dug at Traders Hill.
ITEM # EB8 1812 Light Artillery 1st Regiment. Cuff size button with
good detail. Shank is missing.
ITEM # EB17 1813 - 1814 Artillery 3rd Regiment. Nice detail and patina. Shank
is pulled loose from one end. Recovered from Trader's Hill.
ITEM # EB10 Great Coat. Cuff size with great detail and patina.
Backmark: United* States*
ITEM # EB12 Infantry Officer's cuff button. This is a low convex variant
with gold highlighting. Recovered from Trader's Hill, Ga.
ITEM # EB9 Militia 1 piece. Nice gold plating and dug with
shank. Recovered from Richmond, Va.
Backmark: Lewis & Tomes. Extra Rich.
ITEM # EB2 2nd U.S. Infantry Regiment 1798-1802. Detail is fair and has edge
loss but dug with original shank. Cuff size button.
ITEM # EB29 Dug Early Navy. Button may be a Water Find. Condition and
detail are nice. Recovered near Mobile, Al.
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ITEM # EB15 Artillery Corps. Good detail button and looks to
be a water find.
ITEM # EB26 Militia 1 Piece. Lots of silver on this one. Recovered near Richmond, Va.