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UNIFORM BUTTONS MANUFACTURED FOR SOUTHERN STATES AFTER THE CIVIL WAR & PRICED ACCORDINGLY
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Beautiful 1870's Non-Excavated Maryland Cuff Button With Waterbury B/M
Item #: A4043
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This is a great looking button. It is an original post-Civil War coat size uniform button for the state of Maryland. This is the version listed as MD11av in Albert’s button book and as MD200as in Tice’s button book, both of which we sell. This is the correct Civil War face but the backmark will date it from slightly after the Civil War. It has the backmark that reads "WATERBURY BUTTON CO”. The face of the button has the Maryland state seal with a fine look. The seal shows the quartered coat of arms in the center with an eagle up above. There is a farmer supporting the shield from one side and the other side is held up by a fisherman. They both stand on ribbon with the motto of the state of Maryland in Latin. It reads "Crescite et Multiplicimini” which translates to "Increase and Multiply”. The word "MARYLAND” is in bold block letters across the bottom. The face of this button is and it has some of the original gold gilding remaining down in the recesses. It has a slight push to the center of the button. This is a great looking non-excavated cuff button with the slightly post-Civil War era maker’s mark. The Civil War one cost well over $100 so own this one for a fraction of that price.

Shipping Weight: 0.3 lb
$19.00 USD

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