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Non-Excavated Civil War Era Union Buttons From New York
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Scovill Made New York Utica Citizens Corps Coat Button SU83
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This is a great looking coat size Civil War uniform button. This is the button worn by a member of the Utica Citizens Corps from New York. It has the letters "UCC" in the center of the button face with the wreath around the letters. The Utica Citizens Corps were formed on December 8th 1837. The unit answered Lincoln's call and became the 14th New York Volunteer Infantry, Company A. The face has fine detail with an excellent amount of the original gold gilding remaining in the recesses. On the back of the button it has the original back and shank intact. It has the correct maker's mark of the Scovill Company of Waterbury, Connecticut. This is the style listed as NY90 in Albert's button book and as NY273b2 in Tice's button book. They state that these buttons were produced during the 1840's and 1850's. This is a great looking New York coat button of the Utica Citizens Corps by Scovill. '


Item #: A2865
Shipping Weight: 0.3 lb
Your Price:$165.00 USD
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