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Nice !! ... Love those big buttons (n/t)

Not rare but rare in my area
September 05, 2019 07:27AM
Living in a town that was not established till 1830 and was Indian country before then, this is the first big 'ol dandy button that I have dug around here in 30 years. Certainly not a big deal to most of the east coast and other early areas of the country, but I was surprised to pop it up here. It was an early house place but my guess the button was something they just had from the past. Found about a dozen coin buttons and 2 two piece buttons but the Dandy should not have been there. I think the house place dated from the late 1820's to probably the mid 1840's. I think the house was gone by the war. Not much there but interesting.



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Beauty of a Button Big ole Dandy congrats (n/t)
September 06, 2019 05:37AM
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Nice !! ... Love those big buttons (n/t)
September 05, 2019 05:43PM
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