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Excavated Civil War Confederate State Uniform Buttons
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Original Confederate Used Maryland's St. Timothy Hall Cadet Coat Button
Item #: A4909
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This is a beautifully designed Civil War cadet button. This is the one listed as SU378av in Albert's button book and as MDS275B1 in Tice's book. It is the 20mm coat size button for the St. Timothy Hall that was located in Cantonsville, Maryland. Confederate General Fitzhugh Lee and Lincoln's assassin, John Wilkes Booth attended this school. The face of the button has the school name as well as the star and in the center of the button. It has the plain background. This one is in excavated condition with a very nice amount of the original gold gilding on the button face. On the back of the button it has the original back intact with the shank being missing in action. It has the correct back and is the version was made by the Scovill Firm in Waterbury, Connecticut before the war broke out. The verbal history that accompanied the piece is that it was recovered years ago in the Fredericksburg, Virginia area. This is a nice looking original Confederate used St. Timothy Hall Academy cadet button.

Shipping Weight: 0.4 lb
$395.00 USD

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